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Report: Central Valley home prices up year-over-year

A recent report has shown home prices throughout the Central Valley to be up over the same time last year, but those prices might be coming down.

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Port of Stockton celebrates 85th Anniversary

Commemorative coins such as this were distributed at the Port of Stockton’s 85th Anniversary celebration at the Haggin Museum.

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Carnegie featuring quilting art in spring exhibition

The Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock will be presenting an exhibition focused on the quilting arts come this spring.

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Trinchera named board chair of DSA

STOCKTON—The Board of Directors for the Downtown Stockton Alliance (DSA) recently named Giovanni Trinchera the Chair following the retirement of Mahala Burns.

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SJ County touts saving ratepayers nearly $1 million through refinancing

San Joaquin County recently completed a $7.75 million bond refinancing package that covers one portion of the county.

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World Ag Expo to boast 1,500 exhibitions, showcase new tech

The World Ag Expo is held in Tulare, south of Visalia. Over 1,500 exhibitors will be in attendance at the annual event.

The World Ag Expo is just around the corner.

From Feb. 13-15, tours, seminars, product demonstrations, wine and cheese tastings and more will be offered to expo attendees at the 51st World Ag Expo in Tulare, a Central Valley city eight miles south of Visalia.

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Modesto bridge project assessment up for public review

A proposed project to repair the 7th Street Bridge in Modesto has a draft environmental assessment up for public review.

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White House ASL interpreter gives talk in Lodi

Julie Mertz, an American Sign Language interpreter, gave a talk in Lodi about her experience of working at the White House.

LODI — It’s a long road to the White House … and it’s one this local girl never imagined making.

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Fair to highlight mobile technology

A Communication Fair hosted by the San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) will be held Feb. 5, to help travelers learn about simplifying their journey with technology.

From 9 a.m.-1 p.m., cell phone providers, Token Transit mobile ticketing, credit and debit card companies and representatives of RTD will be on-hand to show how mobile technology can help consumers travel easier.

The event is free and open to the public.

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Spring Career and Internship Fair registration open

The University of the Pacific Spring Career & Internship Fair is open for registration to those businesses and organizations wishing to host a table.

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