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Stockton job fair planned for Tuesday

Stockton is hosting the 23rd annual HIREvent on Tuesday.

Companies will be looking for candidates to fill over 1,100 positions at the job fair.

The event is located at University Plaza Waterfront Hotel at 110 West Fremont Street, Stockton. It will run from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. More information on the job fair can be found here.


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Stockton bankruptcy saga drawing to an end

Stockton bankruptcy saga drawing to an end

The Stockton bankruptcy case appears to be near its end. Chief Judge Christopher M. Klein of the Unites States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California denied a stay in Stockton’s long-running saga, Tuesday. The decision clears the way for the city to exit the bankruptcy process that it began two years ago.

Franklin High Yield Tax-Free Income Fund was the lone holdout creditor fighting the city’s reorganization plan. The company appealed the judge’s decision to approve the city’s plan in November and sought a stay as the appeal winds its way through the courts.

Once the judge signs the order, an automatic stay will be in place for 14 days, after which the city’s plan can go into effect... Read More

Education office to hold recruitment fair

Education office to hold recruitment fair

The San Joaquin Office of Education will hold a recruiting fair from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Saturday March 7 at the San Joaquin County Office of Education Wentworth Educational Center, 2707 Transworld Drive, in Stockton.

Local school districts are looking to fill teaching vacancies and fill other certified positions for the 2015/16 school year... Read More

L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery Presents DELTA COLLEGE ALUMNI SHOW, Jan 22 - Feb 12

L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery Presents DELTA COLLEGE ALUMNI SHOW, Jan 22 - Feb 12

Delta Center for the Arts L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery presents the Delta College Alumni Show,
January 22 - February 12, 2015. A reception with several of the exhibiting artists in attendance is planned for January 28th from 5 to 7p.m. Prior to the reception at 12 p.m., artist Carlos Pérez, illustrator for the Apple logo design, will present an arts lecture on his career and artistic influences from present day back to his studies at Delta College from 1970–72.

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Thief bit by dog she tried to steal

Stockton police are looking for two people who attempted to steal a 10-month-old pit bull puppy Thursday afternoon.

According to police, the dog owner was jogging near Quail Lakes and Alexandria Place when a mid-1980s Toyota 4-Runner pulled in front of him. Police say a man got out of the passenger's seat and yelled for the jogger to give up his dog.

Police say the suspect pushed the jogger, but the jogger struck back, pushing the suspect to the ground. Then police say the second suspect, a woman, got out of the driver's seat and tried to grab the dog. But the dog also fought back, biting the woman and forcing her to let the dog go.

The two then got back in the car and drove off, according to police.

Concerned residents attend Stockton police relations forum

STOCKTON - A police-community forum in Stockton drew dozens of residents Thursday night.

Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones was joined by the NAACP president and the El Concillio CEO, representing the Latino community. They delivered presentations and then took questions from the community.

Many questions included concerns about police procedures and police accountability. Residents who lost loved ones in police shootings were part of the crowd and voiced their concerns.

"Why weren't the less lethal steps not taken before shooting and killing him," Tiffany Camden asked. She said her brother was shot and killed in early January.

Jones stressed the meeting was important to move the community forward.

Woman honors sister who was killed in Stockton bank robbery shootout

The family of a hostage killed after a Stockton bank robbery in July held a fundraiser Thursday night.

Misty Holt-Singh's sister, who is battling cancer, is also fighting to put up a bench where Holt-Singh was killed.

"It's where I feel a connection to my sister," Holt-Singh's sister Dawn Holt said. "It's where I feel her spirit is."

Holt-Sigh was one of three women taken hostage at Bank of the West in Stockton. Her life ended at the intersection of Otto Road and Thorton Drive in a shootout between the suspects and police.

Holt visits the area regularly. Thanks to everyone who showed up at Whisky Barrel Tavern to buy food and raffle tickets, she will soon have a place to sit.