Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion sent out a statement late Monday (Nov. 17, 2014) regarding misinformation circulating in the community regarding two city codes addressing the issues of homelessness. Here’s his statement: “Unfortunately, there has been a large amount of inaccurate information being disseminated about two Manteca Municipal Codes, which could affect homeless individuals within [...]
U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, issued the following statement over the weekend on the recent cases of Ebola in the U.S.: “I am monitoring the situation with regards to the current Ebola outbreak. My primary concern is the health and safety of our families and health care workers. I will be meeting with officials from [...]
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The following statements were issued this morning by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Frontier Airlines after a second Dallas-area health care worker tested positive for Ebola: CDC and Frontier Airlines Announce Passenger Notification Underway On the morning of Oct. 14, the second healthcare worker reported to the hospital with a low-grade [...]
Check out this graphic to learn how volunteering is not only good for those you help, but your own health as well.
The Emergency Food Bank and Family Services of Stockton and San Joaquin County submitted a cause with State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist Program 2014 and were accepted for the Growing Green, Eating Lean program. The first 4,000 causes were accepted. A panel of youth reviewed all of the causes and narrowed them down to the top [...]