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Aguilar Appointed to Stockton Port Commission

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...

Kurt Wilson Appointed City Manager

Mayor Anthony Silva this week named Kurt Wilson as Stockton’s new city manager. Wilson, who is first African American to serve in that position, takes...

Stockton PD Has an App for That!

Stockton Police Department launched its mobile app this week, a free mobile application that gives the public unprecedented access to the police department. Working to...

Stockton Boys and Girls Club Loses National Charter

The Boys and Girls Club of America has stripped Stockton Boys And Girls Club of its charter after questions were raised about money was...

Stockton City Council Can’t Use Cellphones During Meetings

The Stockton City Council has approved a policy to ban councilmembers from using cellphones during meetings, part of an attempt to enforce better behavior...

“F.A.M. Fest” Debuts in Stockton

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...

Stockton Residents Oppose Council, Favor Silva

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...

Candidates Are Lining Up for 2014 Stockton Council Races

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...

Stockton Prepares to Hire New City Manager

The City of Stockton is seeking a new city manager to replace Bob Dies, who has announced his retirement after serving for three years. After...

Stockton Dramatically Lowers Crime Rates

The City of Stockton is showing dramatic results in reducing crime. With homicides down 60 percent, armed robberies down 28 percent, and overall violent...
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