One of Stockton, California's very won Araia Rahni Porter has been accepted into The National Society of High School Scholars.
Will be first Latina to lead the College
The San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees has entered into contract discussions with Dr. Lisa Aguilera Lawrenson to become Delta’s 12th superintendent/president.
Mr. Christopher H. Neudeck, P.E
The San Joaquin Engineers Council is pleased to announce Mr. Christopher H. Neudeck, P.E. as the recipient of the 2021 Engineer of the Year Award.
Mrs. Allison Dumas
The San Joaquin Engineers Council has selected Mrs. Allison Dumas to receive the 2021 Distinguished Service Award. Presentation of the award will be at the Council's 54th annual ceremony on Thursday February 25th, 2021.
On-Line Learning For Students
Health Net grant provides opportunity to improve care to those who need it most
Community Medical Centers will hold a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, August 10 at 1 p.m. to mark the debut of its new Mobile Health Van, which will enhance the ability of the organization’s Care Link unit to deliver medical service to the homeless residents of San Joaquin County.
Presented by Dignity Health - St. Joseph's Medical Center
There are lots of questions and misinformation in our community. Why did Stockton and San Joaquin have a large spike in COVID-19 cases this past week? To mask or not to mask—do they really help? Can students return to school safely? What can we do at work to be safe?
85th annual Commencement scheduled for 10 a.m. on June 6
It may not be exactly the ceremony they expected, but nearly 700 graduates-to-be are participating in San Joaquin Delta College's 85th annual Commencement ceremony to be held virtually at 10 a.m. June 6.
Children’s Home of Stockton (CHS) has elected three new board members, Cathy Ghan, SVP of Commercial Real Estate Group at Oak Valley Community Bank, Dr. Shuchi Gupta, Adjunct Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at University of the Pacific, and Mary Pimentel, VP of Client Relationship Manager at United Business Bank.
Generous donation is part of larger, anonymous gift for United Ways across California
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.