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Stockton, CA, United States

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Campaign costs a factor on why Rep. Jerry McNerney won't be seeking reelection in 2022

U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney will not seek reelection to Congress after representing San Joaquin, Contra Costa and Sacramento counties for 15 years. → Read More

Lane closure prompted by complaints over heavy truck, commuter traffic on Tracy’s Hansen Road

Public Works blocked parts of a southbound lane in Tracy in response to complaints that heavy traffic threatens residents' quality of life and safety. → Read More

Gusty weather prompts high wind advisories for Central Valley, much of California

High winds could result in downed trees, displacement of unsecured objects and possible power outages, and make travel difficult. → Read More

Stockton Democrat McNerney will not seek reelection in newly created 9th Congressional District

U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney announced Tuesday that he will not seek reelection in California's newly created 9th Congressional District. → Read More

'Time for a new chapter': Stockton Community Services Director Suzy Daveluy retires

Daveluy retired in December after 32 years of marshaling her enthusiasm and sense of fun to serve visitors to the Stockton-San Joaquin Public Libraries. → Read More

San Joaquin County has new voting districts for state and congressional offices

Each decade after the U.S. Census, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission reevaluates voting districts to reflect population changes. → Read More

New COVID-19 testing site to open in south Stockton

Testing will begin at the center at 2101 Earhart Ave at 10 a.m. on Monday, and from then on testing hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. → Read More

Crab feed fundraisers are back. Here's how to safely enjoy them and support a cause

See where to attend a crab feed and what precautions you can take amid the spread of the omicron variant. → Read More

SJ County judge arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after Stockton crash

Judge Michael Mulvihill was arrested on charges of driving under the influence after a one-vehicle accident on Pacific Avenue on New Year's Day. → Read More

Can county supervisors hold other government jobs? Here's what California law says

Supervisor Robert Rickman works full time for the CHP in addition to representing District 5. Both are public roles, and both earn a full-time salary. → Read More

Pacific Avenue turnover brings new shopping and dining experiences

Stocktonians have a multitude of new dining and shopping experiences to explore along Pacific Avenue in 2022. → Read More

St. Joseph's plans expansion with new emergency department, 140 added beds

St. Joseph's announced plans this month for a sweeping expansion that will include a new emergency department and more than 140 new hospital beds. → Read More

Stocklandia, Stockton's first food truck park, to shut its doors

Stocklandia was the first food truck park in the city, and it aimed to provide food truck operators stability. → Read More

'She was a trailblazer': Beverly Fitch McCarthy championed feminism, arts, community causes

Beverly Fitch McCarthy was a champion of the arts and a feminist pioneer. She died on Dec. 23 at age 88 following complications from a heart attack. → Read More

Community icon Beverly Fitch McCarthy has died

Beverly Fitch McCarthy was a trailblazer for women's rights, served on Stockton City Council and Stockton Unified School District Board of Trustees. → Read More

Need a change from holiday cuisine? These Stockton restaurants have you covered

See which Stockton eateries will be open over the Christmas and New Year's holidays this year. → Read More

Tracy residents, SJ County officials brainstorm fixes for rural Hansen Road traffic woes

Before the Promontory Parkway project was built amid an explosion of warehousing in SJ, a city report found its impact on traffic would be minimal. → Read More

‘Visionary’ St. Joseph’s CEO Don Wiley honored as 2021 Stocktonian of the Year

Don Wiley's habit of avoiding the spotlight while serving the community is precisely why he deserved to be recognized, colleagues and family said. → Read More

What to know as Stockton businesses prepare for California’s universal new indoor mask mandate

California's new indoor mask mandate starts Wednesday. Here is what local business owners in Stockton had to say about it. → Read More

Local kids get a bike for Christmas at Paulsen's annual giveaway

For four years, Paulsen has collected hundreds of donated bikes and enlisted a crew of volunteers to polish and repair them before kiving them to kids. → Read More