Ashwood Construction, Inc. & its trade subs are seeking Section 3 skilled construction workers and laborers for the Sierra Vista project. Work performed is subject to requirements of Section 3 HUD Act of 1968, as amended 12 U.S.C. 1701u (Section 3). Email resume or contact to


Important Heat Wave Safety Reminders

Caravan News - 3880 Article rating: No rating
We are expecting a heat wave that could reach the high triple-digit temperatures in the coming week. The American Red Cross is urging residents to use caution when venturing out into the hot weather. “We all want a summer to remember,” said Lilly Wyatt, American Red Cross Gold Country spokesperson. “Those memories can be pleasant by following simple tips to stay cool.”

Stockton Selects Interim Fire Chief

Caravan News - 5217 Article rating: 4.0
The City of Stockton has recently announced the selection of an interim Fire Chief who will lead the department while the City launches a nationwide search and recruitment for a permanent replacement for Chief Jeff Piechura who announced his departure in April. Interim Chief Bill Weisgerber will join the City of Stockton leadership team.

Humankindness Awards

Recognizing staff at St. Joseph’s Medical Center.

Caravan News - 14944 Article rating: No rating

At St. Joseph's Medical Center we believe in going the extra mile when it comes to caring for our patients. We love the opportunity to recognize our staff members for their extra special acts of compassion and kindness...

Nao Hibino Crowned USTA Stockton Challenger Singles Champion

USTA Pro Circuit Event Comes to a Close with Thrilling Matnee

Caravan News - 3690 Article rating: No rating
Eight days of Tennis at the Hal Nelson Tennis Courts came to a conclusion on Sunday as fifth-seeded (173rd ranked) Nao Hibino of Japan took home the singles crown with a 6-1, 7-6(6) victory over the top overall seed and 111th ranked An-Sophie Mestach of Belgium.

What's Happening in Stockton

Top Rated

Previous Next
Terms Of UsePrivacy StatementCopyright 2018 by Caravan News
Back To Top