As California continues to endure an historic drought, summer heat and exceptionally dry conditions have given way to numerous wildfires throughout the state. In the Capital Region, firefighters continue to battle the Bully Fire in Shasta County, which has burned more than 8,700 acres.
Stockton will hold home-opener on April 16th
The Ports are excited to announce the 2015 regular season schedule. Next season will mark the team’s 66th season of professional baseball and the ten-year anniversary of Banner Island Ballpark.
The Social Justice Ministry of Church of the Presentation is sponsoring a free electronic waste collection event on Saturday (July 26) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the school parking lot (1635 W. Ben Holt Dr.).
Returning to his alma mater after five years, the Tigers' baseball team and head coach Ed Sprague has officially announced the hiring of Joey Centanni as the newest edition to the coaching staff. Centanni comes back to the Orange and Black as an assistant coach as he returns to the school where he played four years from 2006-09 and earned his degree in communications.
A feature film inspired by work with nearly a half a million youth.
A feature length film is being shot in the San Joaquin Valley throughout the month of July. The film is inspired by writer/director Erahm Christopher’s personal work with over 500,000 youth throughout the US, Canada and Europe. Erahm is the co‐founder and director of a film series called TEEN TRUTH...
Delta Trustee Janet Rivera and Members of the Bipartisan Education Coalition of Latino Policymakers Address Needs of Latino Students in Nation’s Capital
Members of national taskforce represent more than 13.6 million Latino students nationwide
In response to the ongoing severe drought, on Tuesday the State Water Resources Control Board approved an emergency regulation to ensure water agencies, their customers and state residents increase water conservation in urban settings or face possible fines or other enforcement.
The San Joaquin Bike Festival will benefit the nutrition programs of the Emergency Food Bank of Stockton/San Joaquin and the educational programs of the San Joaquin Bicycle Coalition. By registering today, you will have a wonderful opportunity to participate in a great event, make an impact on the Fight Against Hunger and educate cyclists on safe bicycling practices.
On Saturday, Wells Fargo presented The First Tee of San Joaquin foundation with a check for $5,000.00 to benefit their “golfership” program.