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Memorial Medical Center to hold 2nd Annual Cancer Survivorship Conference

Memorial Medical Center to hold 2nd Annual Cancer Survivorship Conference

Memorial Medical Center is holding their second annual Cancer Survivorship Conference, a free event, on Saturday, March 29.

Created to celebrate survivors and caregivers in the community, the event includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and great company!  Topics will include: nutrition for healthy survivorship, clinical trials, and sexuality and cancer.  You won’t want to miss the keynote presentation on the value of humor when dealing with cancer.

Attendees may come for all or part of the conference, but registration is required.  Please contact Cancer Services at (209) 569-7789 to request a registration form.

Date/Time:  Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Location: CrossPoint Community Church, Family Life Pavilion, 1325 12th St, Modesto

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Visit Stockton Launches New Destination Website

Visit Stockton Launches New Destination Website

State-of-the-art, future-proof website can adapt to any mobile, tablet, or desktop viewing experience -- Visit Stockton has launched its completely re-designed, cutting-edge web site to the public.

The site, located at www.visitstockton.org, serves as the official, premier resource for travelers, media, and locals to access the latest on Stockton events, hotels and attractions. The new website provides a faster browsing experience that more effectively communicates the vision and brand of Visit Stockton to potential business and leisure travelers. The end result is a comprehensive digital marketing platform that provides the Visit Stockton team with more flexibility to promote the Stockton experience online. Encompassing Stockton's "Celebrate" identity, the site uses the vibrant colors and vivid photography to capture the spirit of celebration and fun in Stockton. Among the enhancements is an improved local events calendar, typically the sites most popular page.

San Joaquin sheriff doesn't extradite some of its wanted violent felons


Wanted felons are escaping justice simply by crossing state lines, a nine month investigation with our partners at USA Today revealed.

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It's all because the law enforcement agencies who issued warrants for their arrests aren't willing to extradite them from other states, according to the FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database of fugitives.

Delta College's Choirs Spring Sing and Swing. March 13, 7:30pm at Atherton Auditorium

Delta College's Choirs Spring Sing and Swing. March 13, 7:30pm at Atherton Auditorium

SJDC Choirs director German Aguilar is back with the annual Spring Sing & Swing, Thur, March 13, 7:30pm @ Atherton Auditorium.
Delta’s choirs will present love songs, swing tunes & selections from Mozart’s Requiem Mass. Those who attend SJDC Choirs shows always come back for more!
Tickets: Adults - $8; Students/Seniors - $5
12 & under FREE with admission ticket.
Delta Box Office: 209-954-5110 - http://bit.ly/1b0M9we
SJDC Music Education: http://bit.ly/1gRKcWH

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Stockton courthouse construction unofficially underway

Stockton courthouse construction unofficially underway


STOCKTON - Streets are torn up and traffic has been interrupted in downtown Stockton for what court officials call "pre" construction of a new courthouse.

The courthouse is being built in what used to be Hunter Square, where parking existed for the current courthouse. The 13-story building will be the tallest in San Joaquin County when it opens in the fall of 2016.

The $200 million building is financed through a state courthouse construction fund. Fees and fines have been raised for years to pay for projects like the one in Stockton.

Weber Avenue in that part of Stockton has been partially blocked for work done by PG&E.


Detectives investigate Stockton homicide


STOCKTON - Police detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a 21-year-old man Monday evening.

The victim was found shot on the 1600 block of E. 8th Street at 7:30 p.m., police said. The man was taken to a local hospital where he died form his injuries.

His name has not been released.

Anyone with information about the shooting was urged to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377, Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600, or submit a tip on the police department's Facebook page. Callers can remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards up to $10,000.00.


Millions for old school buses


STOCKTON – Millions of dollars are available to replace gas-guzzling, air-polluting school buses.

The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control Districthas $3 million in grant money to help cover 50 percent of the cost of a newer, cleaner, and more efficient bus.

Any school within the eight-county Valley Air District region can qualify for a grant. The counties include San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and part of Kern.

"The San Joaquin Valley is home to oldest school bus fleet in the state," Incentive Program Manager Todd DeYoung said. "The buses we're looking to replace are from the mid- to late-80s."