L.H. Horton Jr. Art Gallery presents “The Space Between History and Hope,” an online exhibition that reflects on Black American history and racial injustice, as well as action for social change.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the entire nation and for youth living in the Stockton/Lodi area, access to positive and productive programming during Summer is more challenging now than its even been.
On Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, at 10 a.m., the Stockton Fire Department will hold a Fire Chief Change of Command and Badge Pinning Ceremony at the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium, 525 N. Center Street. All members of the community are welcome to attend.
San Joaquin County Students Recognized for Overcoming Challenges
After a tragic car accident took the lives of her mother and younger brother, 11-year-old Yajaira Quintero Martinez moved to Ripon to live with her aunt and uncle.
Up to $2,000 available to qualifying properties for Storefront Beautification
A little storefront facelift can increase curb appeal and attract more business. The City of Stockton is planning to establish a fund to provide small grants of up to $2,000 to businesses located along designated commercial corridors within the city limits for storefront beautification projects.
Emergency Food Bank (EFB) Board of Directors President Susanne St. Clair is pleased to announce that Gillian Murphy will serve as the Interim Chief Executive Officer.
California State Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) will fund the resurfacing of local neighborhood streets throughout Stockton. The 2018 Slurry Seal Project will begin this fall, resurfacing nearly 11 miles of road surfaces in 75 locations throughout the city.
Seeking proposals for uses that honor historic City Hall
The City of Stockton has released a RFI – Request for Interest – requesting proposals from qualified firms or organizations to rehabilitate, adaptively reuse, maintain, manage and, potentially, own the current historic City Hall at 425 N. El Dorado St.