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How to Care for Pets as Adoption Rates Rise
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How to Care for Pets as Adoption Rates Rise

While many are having to quarantine due to COVID-19, others have opted for a furry companion during isolation. Animal adoption centers across the nation are seeing a surge in pet fostering and adoption rates as Americans continue to abide by stay-at-home orders. ASPCA, Humane Society and others have seen an increase in COVID-19 pet adoptions as well as pet fostering.

A Special Video Message from St. Joseph's Hospital CEO
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A Special Video Message from St. Joseph's Hospital CEO

Special people make our community extraordinary.  Please take a moment to watch St. Joseph's president and CEO, Don Wiley, shares a heartfelt message of gratitude to all of the employees at St. Joseph's Medical Center for their dedicated work during these unprecedented times.  Share with others.  We’re so grateful to have his leadership in our community at ST. Joseph’s Medical Center.

United Way of San Joaquin Gifted nearly $1Million in   support of COVID-19 relief and recovery programs

Generous donation is part of larger, anonymous gift for United Ways across California

United Way of San Joaquin Gifted nearly $1Million in support of COVID-19 relief and recovery programs

United Way chapters across Central California are getting an incredibly timely gift from a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous. The $6.6 million earmarked for United Way chapters in the Central Valley will be split between organizations representing the counties of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Fresno and Madera, Tulare, Kings, and Kern.

Emergency Food Bank One of First in California to Receive Produce Boxes from $1.2 Billion USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program
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State & Local dignitaries on hand to welcome delivery

Emergency Food Bank One of First in California to Receive Produce Boxes from $1.2 Billion USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program

The Emergency Food Bank of Stockton / San Joaquin County is honored to be one of the first in California to receive produce boxes from $1.2 Billion USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program.  The first delivery of hundreds of produce box will be welcomed by State and local dignitaries.The Emergency Food Bank of Stockton / San Joaquin County is honored to be one of the first in California to receive produce boxes from $1.2 Billion USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program.  The first delivery of hundreds of produce boxes will be on May 15th and welcomed by State and local dignitaries.

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders
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#WordsOutspoken project will engage young people, raise awareness

Community Medical Centers Tackles Youth Substance Disorders

Community Medical Centers is turning to the spoken word and storytelling to gain the attention of young people in San Joaquin County’s diverse communities and raise their awareness of the dangers of substance use.

Stockton Planning For 5G Broadband Smart City Technologies
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The City’s Future 5G infrastructure to accelerate Public Safety Innovations, Intelligent Traffic intersections and more…

Stockton Planning For 5G Broadband Smart City Technologies

The City of Stockton is preparing for the future as a Smart City and a Smart region by adopting 5G broadband policies and preparing for both wired and wireless emerging technologies.

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