The city of Stockton will host a series of town hall meetings to discuss its Marshall Plan on Crime. They will be held in each of the six Council districts beginning May 16. The councilmember, city manager and chief of police will present at each meeting. An update on the city’s bankruptcy will also be provided.
A CSU Stanislaus police officer will be honored by two organizations for her efforts in battling drunk driving as well as her overall performance and integrity, the university announced in early May.
The tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., has focused a new and more intense light on the gun control issue.
Police Sunday arrested the bookkeeper suspected of heading an embezzling scheme that bilked a Stockton staffing company out of nearly $400,000.
All it is right now is talk. And yet the current debate over the possibility of stricter gun control legislation is already having an effect. An effect, it is probably safe to say, that those in favor of more gun control laws never wanted or expected.
A loosely organized group of neighbors in the Hilmar area are fighting back against the rise in crime that has targeted farms in the valley.
STOCKTON – Stockton City Councilman Michael Tubbs and U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-Stockton) will host a Feb. 20 community meeting at the Dorothy L. Jones Center in Williams Brotherhood Park.