10 hrs ago
Experts to criticize BDCP fiasco, call for new draft EIR
Restore the Delta , opponents of Governor Jerry Brown's rush to build Peripheral Tunnels that would drain the Delta and doom sustainable farms, and salmon and other Pacific fisheries, announced today they will hold a teleconference on Monday, July 28, to call for a new Draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan Environmental Impact Report/Environmental ... (more)
15 hrs ago
The Jewish News Weekly
Stephen B. Aizenberg passed away tragically on July 17, 2014, near his home in Leeds, Utah.
Students take to the stage for a musical trip through history
The 17-year-old St. Mary's High School senior wasn't sure a flag-waving tribute to the land of the free and home of the brave would fly, but he was surprised.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
BYU Athletics: 83 student-athletes garner WCC Comissioner's Honor Roll citations
With the conclusion of the 2013-14 academic year, the West Coast Conference announced the 13th annual WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll, which recognizes student-athletes who have balanced athletic success with academic excellence.
Caravan Stockton Newspaper
Move, Play, & Grow! at the Cesar Chavez Central Library
The Chavez Library is offering a fun and educational opportunity for youth in July: Move, Play, and Grow: How Carbs, Fats & Proteins Power Your Day.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Raising up the next generation of leaders
University of the Pacific summer program gets youths together to learn and cultivate ways to strengthen community for a better future High school students Kassandra Barraza, left, Albert Lopez, Dominique Marquez and Mikala Thurston recite a chant they learned Thursday at the Stockton Success Leadership Academy at University of the Pacific in ... (more)
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Jarring Sounds announces plans for the fall
The Jarring Sounds duo of mezzo Danielle Reutter-Harrah and Adam Cockerham performing on both guitar and lute has announced plans for their concerts to be given in San Francisco during the coming months of September and October.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
County's job picture improves in June
San Joaquin County experienced strong job growth in June despite a normal seasonal downturn in farm activity that pushed the overall unemployment rate to 10.5 percent, up from a revised 10.2 percent in May, experts said Friday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Four-Day Mexican Festival Coming to San Francisco
Immerse yourself in a celebration of Mexican culture and ideas. A three-day festival known as Mex-I-Am Live it to Believe It is taking place at the end of this month at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Experts: Fracking has potential in Valley
Fracking, the practice of fracturing underground rock formations to tap previously unrecoverable troves of oil and natural gas, holds huge potential for the San Joaquin Valley, a panel of experts said Thursday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Stockton Black Family Day set for Sept. 1 at Weber Point
The location has changed more than a half dozen times since 1969, but Black Family Day continues to be a Stockton tradition each Labor Day.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Get your carbohydrates, fats and proteins at Cesar Chavez Central Library
Students in Grades 4-6 can learn about how carbohydrates, fats and proteins power their day starting this afternoon at the Cesar Chavez Central Library, 605 N. El Dorado St. A program called Move, Play and Grow will teach the basics of how these elements work and will include physical movement, fun activities and learning.
Robert George Denton
Robert George Denton passed away in Stockton, California, on July 8, 2014, surrounded by family.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
University Of The Pacific Opens State-Of-The-Art School Of Dentistry In SF SoMa
For dentistry student Stephanie Kroll, University of the Pacific's new $151 million Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco is where she plans cap off her school career.
The south side challenges can be daunting. Almost 2,000 city blocks are plagued by generational poverty, street crime, ill health, vacant lots, aging neighborhoods and low-performing schools.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
A universe of possibilities
The lobby at University of the Pacific's Benerd School of Education started to look somewhat like a model theme park on Thursday afternoon as students in the high school summer Reach for the Stars Academy made "roller coasters" out of paper, cardboard and marbles.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Lifestyle briefs -- Published July 9, 2014
Former Escalon resident David A. Marshall has written a memoir, "Living on the Cusp."
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Yes, the 54-year-old graduate of Franklin High School, San Joaquin Delta College and in May, University of the Pacific, returned to the world of pageants and last month was named Mrs. United America in Austin, Texas.
Letters -- Published July 8, 2014
Retired University of the Pacific Professor Robert Benedetti cites some reasons he believes the city of Stockton ended up in bankruptcy.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
At your service
Sweaty, smiling Parker Turk stood atop a mound of compost and shoveled chunks to the ground.