The new Science Community Center at Modesto Junior College on the West Campus will officially open May 21, the college announced.
Modesto-based Valley Wealth, Inc. made its debut on Forbes magazine’s Top 50 Emerging Firms list.
The company that acquired Village One Plaza in Modesto reported its operating results for the first quarter of this year.
Barefoot wine has been named a “hot brand” for the 10th year in a row by Impact magazine, one of the industry’s leading trade publications, E&J Gallo Winery announced May 8.
May 9 has been established as National Moscato Day by Modesto-based Gallo Family Vineyards. The company is spotlighting this second annual event with a national Twitter party to connect Moscato drinkers across the country.
After attending the University of Denver, Norm Porges had a full career in logistics. Then he opened his first car wash in April 1991 on McHenry Avenue in Modesto. Learn more about him and his business in this month's Up Close feature.
HealthSouth Corporation has acquired land and plans to build a new 54,000-square foot inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Modesto, the company announced. In connection with these plans, HealthSouth purchased 5.5 acres of land located at the northeast corner of Coffee Road and Mable Avenue in Modesto.
DeHart Plumbing, Heating, and Air in Modesto is proof that a family business can maintain the same traditional values over several generations while changing with the times to remain relevant.
In 2007, Pastor Jeff Pishney of Big Valley Grace Community Church wondered why Modesto was ranked as one of the worst cities in America. He also pondered whether anyone would notice if the area’s churches suddenly disappeared.
One of the reliable signs that winter has turned to spring is the beginning of baseball season. The Central Valley has two Class A Major League affiliates to satisfy area baseball aficionados.