Interstate 5 Improvements Complete

A welcome sight to motorists in Stockton

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Caltrans and its partners, the San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG), San Joaquin County and the city of Stockton, celebrated another milestone today with the completion of the final portion of the long awaited I-5 Corridor Improvement project. The $194.5 million project was designed to decrease congestion and improve commute times for motorists traveling on I-5 through Stockton.

Local Taskforce Hosts A Free Human Trafficking Community Summit

County collaboration seeks to combat local human trafficking and support those who have been victimized.

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The San Joaquin County Human Trafficking Task Force, a local collaboration between more than three dozen county agencies, will host a Human Trafficking Community Summit on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. The Community Summit is free to the public and will be held in the Burwood Auditorium inside the Wentworth Center at the San Joaquin County Office of Education in Stockton, California.

Maker of the World’s Smallest Heart Pump Brings Mobile Learning Lab to St. Joseph’s Medical Center

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St. Joseph’s Medical Center located in Stockton will participate in the Abiomed Mobile Learning Lab program on Dec. 14, 2016 at 11 a.m. The Mobile Learning Lab is a highly interactive, facilitated learning experience that is brought directly to the hospital with the goal of training hospital staff on the Impella® heart pump, one of the newest, minimally invasive heart support and recovery technologies. The Impella is manufactured by Abiomed, Inc.

University of the Pacific breaks ground on new athletics facilities

Two Pacific projects likely to employ 170 construction workers, pump $7.6 M into economy

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Construction of University of the Pacific’s $1.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Performance Center and a clubhouse for the $4 million Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center is expected to employ 170 construction workers between now and when the two facilities open in spring 2017, pumping an estimated $7.6 million into the county economy.

21st Annual Turkey Brigade

Stockton Police and Fire Departments Unite With Food 4 Less and Rancho San Miguel Markets

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The 21st Annual Stockton Fire/Police Department and Food 4 Less Turkey Brigade will take place Thursday, December 15th at 9am.   520 turkeys totaling 8,000 pounds (4 tons) will be loaded onto Fire trucks, Police vehicles and the Food 4 Less truck to help feed hungry families during the holidays starting at 9am in front of the Food 4 Less Hammer Lane location.


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