Chances are you’re among the growing number of customers who have grabbed a quick bite from one of the dozens of mobile food trucks in San Joaquin County. But have you ever stopped to wonder where these rolling restaurants go at the end of the day?
Recent Pacific graduate Miranda Winers has joined Judith Buethe Communications as an associate/project manager, the firm announced Thursday.
Dan Chapman, team president of the Stockton Thunder, is leaving the hockey franchise to become associate director of athletics for marketing and media for the University of the Pacific, the university announced Monday.
Sus Finanzas, a local non-profit agency has received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo bank to support small business training programs, the agency announced June 7.
Supporters of two plans to reduce crime in Stockton faced off May 22 to give taxpayers a chance to weigh the pros and cons of each plan.
Mayor Anthony Silva called for more cooperation among city officials and help from members of the community to solve the problems that plague the city in his first State of the City address delivered at the Port of Stockton May 16.
The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce will honor outstanding businesses and businesspeople at its annual luncheon Thursday.
Businesses that survive for three or four decades are rightfully considered successful. The Central Valley has businesses that have flourished for nearly a century or have surpassed the 100-year mark, a good many of them family ventures still thriving with multi-generations of family ownership and management.
California’s golf industry declined during the recession, but it is still big business and generated $6.3 billion of economic activity in 2011, according to a report released at the beginning of May.