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Located south of Sacramento and north of Modesto, Stockton hosts an annual Asparagus Festival and has been home to Haggin Museum since 1931. Recently, from about 1995-2005, Stockton experienced an influx of new residents who sought to get away from the higher cost of living from the San Francisco Bay area. As a result, Stockton's housing prices increased and subsequently suffered a dramatic drop when the bubble burst in 2007.
Local Newspapers: The Record
Local Sports Teams: University of the Pacific National University Kaplan College of Stockton San Joaquin Delta College Humphreys College and School of Law Heald College
Local Colleges: Stockton Cougars (PASL soccer) Stockton Ports (High-A California League baseball) Stockton Thunder (ECHL ice hockey) Stockton Lightning (arena football)
Zip Codes associated with stockton, california:
95033 95202 95203 95204 95205 95206 95207 95209 95210 95212 95215 95219
Towns/Cities near stockton, california : Garden Acres Kennedy Taft Mosswood AugustLincoln Village Morada French Camp Country Club
PD's newest sergeant Stockton born and bred
Police Chief Eric Jones promoted a Stockton native to the rank of sergeant Thursday during a celebration at the department's investigation headquarters downtown. Bernie Tapia, who joined the department in 2006, was surrounded by dozens of family, friends and colleagues as Jones presented him with his sergeant badge.Yes, Stockton has no bananas but still ripe for festival
Today brings a new, welcome and, some might say, unlikely festival to Stockton: the Stockton Banana Festival. It runs for three days at the county fairgrounds.Stockton's racist past
"When it comes to racism and bigotry, California admittedly can't be too smug," Skelton writes. "The state ranks No.Eclipse of the eyes
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will cut a 70-mile wide diagonal path across the country starting from Oregon and ending South Carolina. While we won't be able to see the total phase of the eclipse here in Stockton, we will get a partial eclipse that will cover about 78% of the sun.District alum becoming Lincoln Elementary principal 'was meant to be'
Hiccups are inevitable on the opening day of school, whether it be lost students searching for classrooms, paperwork that is missing or, in the case of a rookie principal, a glitch in the cafeteria computer system. The glitch was a short-lived problem Wednesday morning at Lincoln Elementary School, but it resulted in two winding lines of hungry kids that formed outside the cafeteria waiting for breakfast.Man killed after car he was riding in crashed into cow indentified
The San Joaquin County Coroner's Office today identified the 76-year-old man killed when the car he was a passenger in crashed into a cow. Juan Manuel Aguilar of Stockton died about 8:40 p.m. Friday when a 74-year-old man driving a 2000 Nissan was unable to avoid a cow that walked onto the road, the California Highway Patrol reported.Mother was on officials' radar before 20-month-old boy's death
STOCKTON - Last week's death of a 20-month-old baby that authorities contend was caused by abuse at the hands of the baby's mother might have been avoided, some people are saying, if the system hadn't failed her and her family. Mavis Victoria Allen, the 24-year-old homeless woman living on the streets of Stockton and charged this week with suspicion of causing the death of her 20-month-old son, Kharmell Bowser, had a difficult upbringing in Georgia.The new octopus
In Stockton's 2014 bankruptcy trial in Sacramento, CalPERS attorney Michael Gearin argued before Judge Christopher Klein that CalPERS is "an arm of the state" and not a creditor to Stockton. Klein disagreed.Vets question McNerney on plans for VA hospital in French Camp
FRENCH CAMP - A military veteran addressing federal officials Tuesday about the continued delays in providing expanded veterans health services in the Northern San Joaquin Valley recalled how, a few years ago, a much older veteran attended a congressional town hall meeting and addressed Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock. "When will we have a VA hospital here?" the veteran recalled the 87-year-old man asking Denham.Here or there, an eclipse to remember
You could hop on Interstate 5 and drive 567 miles to northern Oregon, just outside Salem, where the moon will erase the entire sun for approximately 150 seconds. Or you could join Stockton-area astronomers for a viewing party at San Joaquin Delta College, where nearly 77 percent of the sun will be obscured on Monday, ranking this among the most dramatic eclipses here in recent memory.Drug Bust In Sonora Parking Lot
A tipster alerted police after witnessing a couple using syringes and tin foil while parked outside of the Sonora Walmart earlier this week. The caller told Sonora Police that a man and woman were in a gold Ford Explorer.Man arraigned in girlfriend's death
A man suspected of fatally stabbing his girlfriend and leaving her body in a garbage can was arraigned this afternoon in San Joaquin County Superior Court. Daniel Hunter Winkler, wearing an orange jail-issued jumpsuit, appeared before Judge Ronald Northup Tuesday.Boyfriend arrested after woman's body is found stuffed in trash can in Stockton
A man was arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of his girlfriend was found stuffed inside a trash can Sunday in a Stockton neighborhood, police said. Daniel Winkler, 36, is set to appear in court Tuesday in connection with the 37-year-old woman's death, according to San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office jail records.Stockton, California Reason #256 Why Joining the International...
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The 2016 Lawyers in the Library free public legal clinic will be held on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 from 4:30 pm 5:30 pm at the Law Library, located in the Kress Legal Center at 20 N. Sutter Street, Stockton. If you would like more information or have any questions about this clinic, please contact Rebekah Burr-Siegel, Executive Director of the San Joaquin County Bar Association, at 948-0125 or visit the Bar Association's website at www.sjcbar.org.Unsung Hero: Stay-at-home mom once knew need, now her Little Free Pantry is helping others
Tina Cervantes grabbed a large plastic bin filled with razors, deodorants, toothbrushes and soap, and walked over to the front of her home, a busy corner on Mariposa Avenue and California Street. The 35-year-old has done this two to three times a day for the past three weeks to make sure the "Little Free Pantry" she and her son placed outside their home is fully stocked.A nearly $17-billion water project is being planned for California. What will it cost the Southland?
After years of planning for one of the biggest California water projects in decades, a key question remains unanswered: Who exactly will pay for it? Decision time is approaching for the agencies that will have to pick up the nearly $17-billion tab for building two massive water tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the heart of the state's water works. Whether the board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California commits to paying roughly a quarter of the bill could make or break the project.
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