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Puppet Show: The Frog Prince

Puppet Show: The Frog Prince

The Cesar Chavez Central Library is happy to announce that the Fratello Marionettes will return to Stockton for a special presentation of “The Frog Prince.” This free, family program will be held on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 3:30 p.m.
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Puppet Show: The North Pole Review

Puppet Show: The North Pole Review

On Thursday, November 20, 2014, at 6:00 P.M., the Margaret Troke Library presents Fratello Marionettes.  The famous Fratello Marionettes have been entertaining the public for the past 25 years.

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San Joaquin County Public Health System Public Health Preparedness for Ebola

San Joaquin County Public Health System Public Health Preparedness for Ebola

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Even while the likelihood of a case of Ebola virus disease appearing in San Joaquin County (SJC) is low, local public health, hospitals, medical care facilities, and emergency medical response partners are working together in coordination with state and federal agencies...
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Good News for South Stockton Drivers

Good News for South Stockton Drivers

Photo by San Joaquin Partnership

Caltrans, the city of Stockton and the San Joaquin Council of Governments broke ground on Monday, October 21 on a $52 million Interstate 5 project that will make it easier for motorists to get around South Stockton.
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South Stockton to Benefit From New Financial Center Credit Union Branch

South Stockton to Benefit From New Financial Center Credit Union Branch

Financial Center Credit Union will begin construction this month on a new branch.

Financial Center Credit Union is breaking ground this month on a new south Stockton branch that will service their many members living in the area.
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Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services Launches Fall Fundraising Campaign

Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services Launches Fall Fundraising Campaign

Fundraising Campaign Committee to be led by Judith Buethe

Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services is launching its 2014 Major Gifts Campaign “Hope for the Future.” The campaign continues through the end of December, and income generated will help sustain Women’s Center-YFS’ free, confidential services and shelters for the thousands of runaway homeless youth and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault served by the agency each year.
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Art Expressions of San Joaquin at Lincoln Center

Art Expressions of San Joaquin at Lincoln Center

Art Expressions of San Joaquin will set up shop at Lincoln Center during the Holiday season-during November thru December. Why not buy something special, original and unique?
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City of Stockton Accepting Applications

City of Stockton Accepting Applications

City Council Vacancy – District 2

The City of Stockton will begin the process of selecting and appointing a Councilmember for Council District 2.  Councilmember Kathy Miller will take an oath of office and begin serving as a San Joaquin County Supervisor in January, 2015. 
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Thunder Score Early but Fall 2-1

Thunder Score Early but Fall 2-1

The Stockton Thunder scored 15 seconds into the game but a couple power play markers by the Reign led the Southern California side past the Thunder

STOCKTON, Calif. – The Stockton Thunder drop their final preseason contest to Ontario 2-1 as penalties again plague the Thunder. Shane Owen provided a valiant effort between the pipes, but his 39 saves were not good enough to get the win.
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Fall Festival Offers Family Friendly Fun

Fall Festival Offers Family Friendly Fun

RTD Bring a Safe and Fun Fall Festival to the Downtown Community - Come one, Come all!

The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) Fall Festival offers children a safe and family friendly holiday in Downtown Stockton at RTD's Downtown Transit Center on October 31, from 3 pm to 6 pm. This year's festival features haunted buses, a bouncy slide, face painting, balloon twisting, trick or treating and carnival games for prizes.
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