Joe's Health Calendar March 1

COMMUNITY EVENTS Healthier Living in Central Stockton March 2 (Monday) 5:30 to 8 p.m. (also March 9, 16): St. Joseph’s Medical Center/Dignity Health would like to invite the public to Healthier Living, a program created by Stanford University. The program gives support and teaches people how to live with different chronic »»Read Full Post

Gung Hay Fat Choy

And if you see Val Acoba's Red Dragon Theater, wish them Happy New Year. »»Read Full Post

Random photo # 43: Clouds and kites

Allen Lee of Stockton enjoys the mild temperatures and partly cloudy skies by launching a kite during a family outing at the Weber Point Event Center in downtown Stockton. »»Read Full Post

City: Yeah, Office of Violence Prevention manager Jessica Glynn really was fired

Jessica Glynn shared news of her Feb. 13 firing with us Wednesday. Until late Thursday afternoon, the city acted as if she had simply evaporated, dissolved or melted. But in a two-sentence email Thursday to Michael "@stocktonopolis" Fitzgerald, city spokeswoman Connie Cochran confirmed Glynn's firing. Cochran wrote, "Jessica Glynn has »»Read Full Post

Preventing the Spread of West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes are often associated with summer, but recent warm weather has started mosquito season early. The itchy bites and annoying buzzing are usually all that concerns us, but mosquitoes can also transmit harmful pathogens to humans, domestic pets, and birds. Fortunately there are steps we can take to reduce their »»Read Full Post

Four Storylines: Sac-Joaquin Section Basketball Quarterfinals

The Sac-Joaquin Section basketball quarterfinals are tonight for girls and Friday for boys, and have plenty of storylines to watch. I've picked four of them for teams in The Record's coverage area, and here they are: NORCALS AT STAKE For several area teams, and anybody in the section, for that »»Read Full Post

Map quest: Stockton's science contribution grows

In the world of science and health, there's a long list of Stockton "kids" done good -- people who were raised and educated here and went on to advance our understanding of the world around us and within us. Astronaut Jose Hernandez. Brain surgeon Alfredo Quinones. And how about Ashwin Vasavada, »»Read Full Post

Stockton Ship-building; USS Lucid, Colberg and Stephens Boat Builders, Stockton Historical Maritime Museuml

  Volunteers Pyle on left, and Ladd, on right, take a break on the Lucid. USS Lucid, at docks on Stockton's Deepwater Channel, awaiting repairs. USS Lucid, showing "before and after" refinishing work done recently. USS Engage, built in Stockton and sister-ship to Lucid, underway in 1983. Long-time residents of »»Read Full Post

No log in required for Recordnet today

Today, you won't need to log in to access all the features of recordnet.com. If you aren't a subscriber, today's clicks won't count against your monthly story limit. »»Read Full Post

14 common spots in homes where mosquitoes can breed

Mosquitoes can breed just about anywhere, as long as they have half an inch of water for more than five days. Officials with the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District said the warm weather this winter has started the population growing early. But residents can help slow it »»Read Full Post