With their 3-2 win tonight against the Bakersfield Blaze, the Ports have claimed the second-half division title for the California League North Division.
The Pacific Cross Country team kicks off its 2014 season at the University of San Francisco Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, August 30. The event represents an opportunity for the team to assess offseason training and get acclimated to the upcoming season.
A must see exhibit
A new look is planned for shoppers at Pershing Avenue and March Lane. College Square Shopping Center is 37-years old and beginning to show its age.
Public Health and Environmental Health Officials Urges Caution
San Joaquin County has recently seen rapid growth of blue-green algae blooms in many of its waterways. Some types of blue green algae produce harmful toxins. Since there is still a lot of activity in and around the area’s waterways, San Joaquin County Public Health Services and Environmental Health Department officials are urging the public to be aware and take precautions.
Partial Road Closures and Ramp Closures August 27 and 28
In support of breast cancer awareness, the cover of the October Lincoln Center Chronicle will feature a group photo of breast cancer survivors and those currently battling the disease.
Did you know that well over half all the homes in Stockton have several dusty bicycles stuffed in the garage? And, that many don’t get used often, for folks don’t know where to go to safely and scenicly bicycle? Well, Stockton offers many cycling benefits; lovely weather almost year-round, very few hills, and a variety of safe and scenic routes to flex those leg muscles on!
Homework Helpers for students in 1st through 6th grades will resume Wednesday, September 10, 2014. The program is held every Wednesday from 3:30-5:30 pm in the Children’s Program Room located at the back of the Children’s Section on the 1st floor. Students in grades 1 through 6 are welcome to bring their homework packets and get help from trained volunteer tutors.