For the second time in a month, top bond rating agencies have assigned significantly improved credit ratings to Stockton Public Financing Authority Wastewater System Revenue Refunding Bonds. Fitch and Standard & Poors (S&P) have assigned [...]
Mayor Anthony Silva’s recent announcement that he would no longer speak to the certain media outlets has raised concerns of transparency. If the may only speaks to those outlets he sees fit, what message does [...]
District 4 Councilmember Moses Zapien will hold a community meeting at Gian’s Delicatessen on the Miracle Mile, 2112 Pacific Ave. on Tuesday, March 25, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Councilmember Zapien, who speaks fluent [...]
The Stockton City Council has chosen banker Sylvester Aguilar to fill a vacant seat on the Port Commission. When Mayor Anthony Silva and councilmembers voted on their top choices at Tuesday’s council meeting, Aguilar was [...]
The Stockton City Council has approved a policy to ban councilmembers from using cellphones during meetings, part of an attempt to enforce better behavior and manners at council meetings.
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.
Political season is kicking off in Stockton, with at least three City Council seats up for change in 2014. Councilmen Michael Tubbs and Moses Zapien last year won their races along with Mayor Anthony Silva [...]
The Stockton Branch NAACP will be inducting longtime community activist Warren Gaines on Saturday, Nov. 23 into the NAACP Freedom Fund Hall of Fame as well as honoring excellence in serving the community with the [...]