Funds for workforce training are now available from the Employment Training Panel (ETP). The funds originate through employer contributions into the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and are intended to address the training needs of private, for-profit [...]
By Ralph White The Stockton Black Leadership Council announces its 10th Annual Emancipation Proclamation Celebration on January 1st to celebrate 151 years of freedom from slavery in America.
The “F.A.M. Fest” on Saturday, Dec.14 will bring together independent artists in film, art, and music to showcase their talents at the Stockton Arena. Inspired by the SXSW (South by Southwest) Festival, an annual conference [...]
The Stockton Unified School District wants to hear from the Stockton community. This fall, the district kicked off its interactive YourVoice Counts web page to give everyone the opportunity to tell what they think about [...]
Stockton City Council passed a resolution (5-2) on Tuesday to admonish Mayor Anthony Silva for releasing confidential information presented in closed sessions about the near-hire of a new city manager David Garcia.
City councilmember Michael Tubbs, who represents the 6th District in Stockton, spoke to community and faith leaders and elected officials Wednesday at the “Community Leaders Recognition Awards” hosted by Black Elected Officials & Faith Based [...]
Seeking to preserve the environment, the Port of Stockton, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is now using sand dredged from its ship channel to [...]
Beginning Nov. 29, the stories of African Americans in aviation history, and what they had to overcome, will be part of the special exhibition “Black Wings: American Dreams of Flight” opening at The Haggin Museum, [...]
God’s Throne Missionary Baptist Church has been a pillar in the Stockton community since 1964. Started in the home of a church member, Dr. Timothy J. Dunham Sr. founded and pastored the church for 45 [...]
The Oakland Raiders lost to the Tennessee Titans, 23-19, last Sunday. While most fans assumed it couldn’t get worse, it did as a woman climbed the 3rd floor of the Oakland Coliseum and claimed she [...]