4th of July Parade ready to march through streets of downtown Stockton

The chairperson of Stockton’s Fourth of July Parade set three main goals while organizing this year’s event. Two of the initiatives have been met, and the third will be up to the people of the city on parade day. The traditional holiday celebration was first held 159 years ago. This year’s event begins at 10…

Delta’s new president has longtime connection to community colleges

It’s been decades since Lisa Aguilera Lawrenson toddled about the American River College campus alongside her mother. Still, those early years of her life cemented a lasting connection to community colleges. Aguilera Lawrenson, who has been working in the community college system for almost three decades, was selected as San Joaquin Delta College superintendent and…

DEVELOPING: The 2022 primary election is (unofficially) over

Unofficial election results are in for the June 7 primary, following several weeks of vote counting and delays due to issues with mail-in ballot barcodes. And while certification of the election is still eight days away, the leading candidates can relax a bit or plan for November. The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters shows that…