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Leadership Stockton accepting applications

The City of Stockton is investing in its future, and the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce invites the community to be a part of it.

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Chamber names Community Hospice as Nonprofit of the Year

C. DeSha McLeod, president and CEO of Community Hospice, is seen here with Christine Schweininger, president and CEO of the Central Valley Chamber of Commerce. The hospice organization was awarded the 2017 Nonprofit of the Year by the chamber.

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San Joaquin County gains access to 17M for housing, community services

On Jan. 25 the Mental Health and Services Oversight Accountability Commission approved San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Service’s access to more than $17 million in funding for two projects.

The so-called Innovation Projects revolve around affordable housing and an increase in access to various community services.

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Weathering tax storms in uncertain waters can be smooth sailing if businesses plan ahead

Dan Phelps, a CPA and partner with Bowman & Company in Stockton, reviews tax preparation documents for a client.

The new year has arrived and with it the looming and dreaded deadline to file taxes. Businesses have a few scant months to get their taxes sent off.

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Replacement heifer sale application deadline approaches

A young girl stands with a heifer at the Stanislaus County Fair.

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St. Mary’s basketball player selected for All American Game

STOCKTON—McDonald’s recently named a local high school basketball player to its All American Game roster.

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Palliative care project helping increase quality of life for patients’ last days

Patients suffering from a terminal diagnosis often find they have a variety of options for care at the beginning of treatment and near the end of life. Often patients fall into a gap during the midpoint of treatment when they are looking for ways to deal with symptoms of their illness or side effects of medicine.

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Emergency Food Bank names interim director

The Emergency Food Bank Stockton/San Joaquin has named its interim director after the untimely passing of Mike Donaghy, the organization’s longtime director.

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Business celebrates 100 years of helping consumers overcome bad credit

Linda Guinn, president and CEO of CB Merchant Services in Stockton, is celebrating 100 years of the non-for-profit’s operation.

STOCKTON — A century ago, CB Merchant Services began as a debt collection agency, known then as the Stockton Merchants Association.

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Rent prices rise rapidly in Central Valley

Rent is on the rise in the Central Valley.

The Central Valley experienced some of the fastest growing rents in the mid-sized city category, according to a study by RENTCafe, a website that connects renters with properties.

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