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Future of innovative transportation in SJC discussed

Dr. Thomas Pogue, associate director of the UOP Center for Business and Policy Research, talks about emerging technology trends in transportation in the Central Valley.

STOCKTON—The San Joaquin Council of Governments along with the University of the Pacific Center for Business and Policy Research hosted the first in a series of speaker events, with the inaugural focus being on transportation technologies in the county.

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Stockton chosen by EPA for brownfields grant

A coalition led by the City of Stockton and comprised of the San Joaquin Council of Governments and Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency of Stockton has been awarded a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to assess brownfield sites.

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Public invited to learn more about Children’s Home

 

The Children’s Home of Stockton (CHS) is inviting the public to learn more about their organization.

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Patterson High delivering futures in trucking careers

 

Seeking to fill an ever-increasing need, Patterson High School is working with its Supply Chain & Logistics Advisory Committee and Truck Driving partners to host a job fair and hiring event.

On May 2, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., the job fair will be open to qualifying students from Patterson High School. Twenty industry partners will be in attendance to take students’ resumes, conduct interviews and—in some cases—offer jobs post-graduation.

The partnership is made possible by the school district’s Career Technical Education programs, and partners include industry leaders such as Costco Distribution Center, Restoration Hardware, Grainger Distribution Center, Morning Star Trucking, Kohl’s Distribution Center, Bronco Wine Co., Paradise Tomato, CVS Caremark Distribution Center, Sysco Central California, Northern Refrigerated Transportation, Foster Farms, Penske Logistics, GC Trucking and Arctic Glacier... Read More

Free fashion show to display student designs

What was once held indoors for an admission fee is now being held outside and free for all attendees.

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Rail transportation funding to connect Sacramento to Merced

The California State Transportation Agency announced this week that the Valley Rail Project would benefit from a series of grant awards totaling $500.5 million under the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP).

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Community members honored at Impact Awards

 

The First Annual Impact Awards Night Celebration was held this week to honor locals who have worked to drive the area’s economy forward.

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Modesto and Manteca Kaiser locations receive accreditation for cancer care

Cancer survivor Esther Milsap of Oakdale visits with Oncologist Megumi Tomita, MD, at Kaiser Permanente Modesto Medical Center.

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Ducky Derby returning to benefit CAPC

The Ducky Derby is returning for the fifth year in a row.

For the fifth year in a row, the Ducky Derby will highlight Public Safety Day, creating a fun and entertaining event for the community on May 12.

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Weak handshake? Survey reveals tech interview ‘do nots’

Like to talk poorly about your previous or current employer? Slouch? Have trouble making eye contact or have a weak handshake?

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