The Emergency Food Bank has served the San Joaquin County area for 50 years providing a food pantry, mobile farmer's market, nutrition education, and more. Learn what's new and how you can help this season.
This vibrant mariachi mural is seen along Sutter St on the side of the Mexican Heritage Center in Stockton, California
Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration, commonly referred to as SEED, is a guaranteed income demonstration. Let's take a closer look at what that means. Also, attend the Community Data Dashboard Launch Event on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the Haggin Museum, 1201 N Pershing Ave, Stockton, California beginning at 1:30 PM. You'll learn about this program and how the money is being used so far in its first seven months.
Tacos El Ahija brings delicious authentic Mexican cuisine and street style taco services to you! Tacos El Ahija, locally owned by Karina Martinez, provides the best tasting Mexican food to your event! My family loved their food served for my daughters birthday; carnitas, chicken, carne asada, with rice and beans, and agua frescas, were all … Continue reading Local Spotlight: Tacos El Ahija
On Fridays We Fight! VOICES: Childcare Survey | Calling all mothers of children from 0-18 years old! Complete the VOICES: Childcare Survey to help assess child care needs in Stockton.
Angelica Flores, author of B Street, shares her stories of growing up in Southeast Stockton, California Storytelling can be a personal experience for the writer as well as for the reader. I enjoy reading B Street because in a way the stories take me back into my own memories. Follow @BStreet209 for a look at … Continue reading Local Spotlight: Angelica Flores, Author of B Street
Local Spotlight: Stockton Scholars Ambassadors | High school students find support for college and career with the Stockton Scholars. #ambassador #howshedoesit