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I-5 lane shift Postponed until Tuesday, February 3

I-5 lane shift Postponed until Tuesday, February 3

For the safety of workers and other motorists, please Slow For the Cone Zone.

Motorists can expect a shift in traffic lanes on northbound Interstate 5 (I-5) from Pershing Avenue to Country Club Boulevard for construction activities. The lane shift is scheduled to be in place for approximately six months.
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St. Joseph’s Awards Over $200,000 in Community Grants

St. Joseph’s Awards Over $200,000 in Community Grants

“Caring for those in need is truly at the heart of the work that we do here at St. Joseph’s,” said Sister Abby Newton, OP, Vice President of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care.  “We are proud to support the health of our community and further our healing mission by collaborating with these outstanding community organizations.” 
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FIRST 5 San Joaquin announces funding opportunities to support parent education and school readiness

FIRST 5 San Joaquin announces funding opportunities to support parent education and school readiness

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Grocery Stores' Red Kettle Pin-Up Campaign Raises $20,000 to support The Salvation Army

Grocery Stores' Red Kettle Pin-Up Campaign Raises $20,000 to support The Salvation Army

Generous customers purchased Red Kettle paper pin-ups at registers in 18 California stores (including Lodi and Stockton) to benefit neighbors in need

The Salvation Army relies on money raised by the Red Kettle campaign to serve nearly 30 million people annually in more than 5,000 communities across the country.
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Caltrans Names New District Director

Caltrans Names New District Director

Dennis T. Agar to Lead District 10

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SJC Public Works Dept. Launches All New Water Saver Website

SJC Public Works Dept. Launches All New Water Saver Website

The state of California is in its third drought year and now worst in its history. San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors declared a drought on January 28, 2014 and directed officials to take all necessary actions to prepare for water shortages. California is one of the few places of American agriculture. As the drought continues to worsen, there is an expectation that will mean increased food prices and more.
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Program Helps Raise Awareness of Health Insurance

Program Helps Raise Awareness of Health Insurance

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Outstanding New Lawyer Award

For demonstrating distinguished service that has enhanced the legal profession, the San Joaquin County Bar Association and the greater community, the San Joaquin County Bar Association...
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Local App Developers are Teaching Stockton’s Youth an Hour of Code

Friday, December 13th, local app developers will teach kids an “Hour of Code” from 3:00 PM until 4:00 PM at the Boys & Girls Club of Stockton, located at 303 Olympic Cir, Stockton, CA 95205. Local programmers of the “Clean Up Stockon” iPhone App...
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Downtown Stockton Alliance Receives $25,000 Grant from PG&E for a Tech Incubator

The Downtown Stockton Alliance (DSA) has received a $25,000 grant from Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) Economic Vitality Grant Program. The Downtown Alliance is one of ten non-profits in Northern and Central California that are receiving grants which are to support efforts in stimulating economic growth, generating jobs and enhancing work force development.
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