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Restaurant shuffle at Stockton's Pacific Avenue Bowl


STOCKTON - A bowling alley may not seem the most ideal location for a restaurant, but for Chuck's Diner in Stockton, it would be the perfect spot.

"If the opportunity is given to me to move to a bigger and better location, as far as I'm concerned, I better take it," Chuck's owner Steve Grant said.

There's some controversy that the spot is soon becoming available. Victoria's Mexican restaurant is being evicted, although the owner claimed she was promised a long-term lease before moving. The lease option never came.

"We were asking every month for a long-term lease. Otherwise, we would not have come here. We go month to month and end up with nothing," Victoria Juarez said.

Owners of the bowling alley disputed there were any promises of a long-term lease, and said customer unhappiness is the reason for the eviction.

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Delta College Campuses Closed for Presidents' Day Holidays, Friday, Feb. 13 & Monday, Feb. 16

Delta College Campuses Closed for Presidents' Day Holidays,  Friday, Feb. 13 & Monday, Feb. 16

Delta College's main Stockton campus, South Campus at Mountain House and Calaveras High School classes will close to honor Presidents' Day celebrations on Friday, February 13 & Monday, February 16. Both campuses and Delta's Calaveras H.S. classes will reopen for business on Tuesday, February 17.

Delta campuses will be open (as normal) for weekend activities. Those activities include: The Market at Delta College, athletics and theater venue events.

Bus Jam

Bus Jam

What does Stockton have in common with San Francisco, Chicago, New York and Paris?  More than you might think.  Terry Williams, who works in Marketing for the San Joaquin Regional Transit District, was inspired by artists he encountered at public transit stations and on board public transit so much so that he brought the idea to Stockton.

How high-speed rail could affect housing in the Central Valley

How high-speed rail could affect housing in the Central Valley

CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL AUTHORITY

With the Jan. 6 groundbreaking  in Fresno for California’s high-speed rail project and the success of the Altamont Corridor Express, it seems rail systems are taking center stage in the Central Valley, albeit with cheers and jeers from both sides.

The debate rages around concerns over noise as well as business and traffic disruption from construction. Proponents point to positive environmental impact and economic growth through job opportunities and increased visitors in cities with rail stations.

What all can agree on is that the $68 billion high-speed rail project will impact numerous areas, including a direct – as well as a peripheral – effect on the real estate market... Read More

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San Joaquin Delta College Celebrates Black History Month

San Joaquin Delta College Celebrates Black History Month

Delta College’s African American Employee Council (AAEC) and Cultural Awareness Programs (CAP) present an outstanding schedule of events to celebrate Black History Month. Students, staff and the public are invited to take part in these educational and festive activities.

For more information, contact Delta College counselor Solyn Laney, (209) 954-5151 x6260, slaney@deltacollege.edu.

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Tracy

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Tracy

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, February 13.

The voting starts Friday, February 6, and ends Tuesday, February 10, at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Tracy and they are:

Banta Inn

Town and Country Cafe

The winner will be announced Wednesday, February 11, on News10 Mornings.

 

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