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Central Valley commute patterns signal regional shift

Central Valley commute patterns signal regional shift

STOCKTON — Over the past 35 years, the northern San Joaquin Valley, including San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Merced counties, has become increasingly tied to the economy of Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the explosive growth in the numbers of Central Valley workers who commute north and west every day... Read More

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Hot jobs for 2015

Hot jobs for 2015

Marketing executives, software developers and truck drivers are among the hot jobs right now, according to CareerBuilder... Read More

Wineries set their sights on the millennial generation

Wineries set their sights on the millennial generation

Coming of age during the millennium, 76 to 80 million people born in the United States between 1980 and 2000 don’t remember a time without the Internet. ... Read More

Three things that matter (when getting the most out of wine)

Three things that matter (when getting the most out of wine)

When most of us enjoy our wine, we don’t like to think about it too much. 

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Ads on fire trucks to appear soon in Stockton

Ads on fire trucks to appear soon in Stockton

STOCKTON – The next time Stockton drivers see a fire truck on the road, they may also get an eyeful of advertising... Read More

ACE train schedule changes for holidays

ACE train schedule changes for holidays

The Altamont Corridor Express is modifying its train schedule for the holidays... Read More

New regulations to ridesharing services introduced

New regulations to ridesharing services introduced


There was talks of adding new regulations to ridesharing services including Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar.Taxi cab drivers, who feel those services create an unfair market, called on state lawmakers to do something to help their cause.

Assemblyman Adrin Nazarian introduced legislation this week that will address that. The exact details of his bill won't be released until the early part of the new year, but Nazarian's chief of staff told the Sacramento Business Journal that the legislation will add new regulations.