It’s time to get ready and celebrate diversity at Stockton’s Annual Pride Festival set to take place on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at Oak Grove Regional Park, 11am - 7pm. It's free admission to enter the festival and parking is $6. To emphasize the community’s strength through diversity, this year’s organizing committee has put together an event that highlights the best of San Joaquin County.
Three Mosquito Samples and one Dead Bird Test West Nile Positive in San Joaquin County
San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District’s (District) mosquito-borne disease surveillance program confirmed West Nile virus (WNV) positive mosquitoes
Chateau de Lyon, Visionary Home Builders newest community received over 450 applications. Located near University of the Pacific in Stockton...
On display July 2 - September 13, 2015
Previously held in such venues as the Triton Museum in Santa Clara, Art Center Morro Bay and the Art Museum of Los Gatos, this year the Pastel Society of the West Coast brings its 29th Annual International Open Exhibition back to The Haggin Museum beginning Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, September 13.
Opening Friday, June 19, and running through Sunday, July 12, 2015, Stockton Civic Theatre will present the international award-winning Broadway musical “Legally Blonde.” Based on the adored movie of the same name, “Legally Blonde: The Musical” features a peppy score and playful book and is very entertaining from start to finish.
The National Civic League is proud to announce the Finalists for the 2015 All-America City Award. The AAC Award celebrates and recognizes neighborhoods, villages, towns, cities, counties, tribes and metro regions that have engaged residents in innovative...
Cesar Chavez Library presents Adult Book Club. The Adult Book Club meets to discuss engaging books on the first Tuesday of every month from 10:30-11:30 am. Come join us for interesting, stimulating conversation.
2015 Tony DeZuniga Memorial Art Contest
StocktonCon is proud to announce the fourth annual Tony DeZuniga Memorial Art Contest. Tony passed away in 2012, but his legacy will continue to live on with his family and those that he inspired. He made Stockton his home for the greater part of the last decade and he worked with many local artists, mentoring them when he could.
Pacific graduate Rojas named to USA Racquetball National team for Pan Am Games
You might not immediately think of Stockton as a hotbed of the racquetball community, but the county seat of San Joaquin County has been thrust into the national landscape in the sport. Three members of the University of the Pacific community have proved that they are amongst the world's elite in the sport.
Beginning in July, Stockton residential customers served by Cal Water will receive a Cal Water bill and a City of Stockton bill each month. The Cal Water bill will include monthly water charges only.