City goes to court over troubled New Grand Save Market STOCKTON — Employees at south Stockton’s New Grand Save Market urinated in jars rather than the store’s filthy bathroom so they could keep their eyes on the cash register.The store was in such poor condition that if there was a fire "anyone in the structures at the time, including any occupants and any responding firefighters, could very likely be trapped inside and severely injured or killed."The store on the east side of Airport Way at Ninth Street [...] More
Felon caught after fleeing fiery crash near Pacific STOCKTON — A man crashed a silver Ford Mustang into a pole on Pershing Avenue near the Calaveras River on Sunday evening, then was seen fleeing with a gun northbound, prompting a large police response to search for him. He was eventually located and detained.The driver, who was not immediately identified by authorities, was driving southbound on Pershing and had just crossed the river bridge when he missed a slight curve in the roadway and crashed into a light pole [...] More
Italian Festa Famiglia offers taste of the old country STOCKTON — Considering afternoon temperatures are stretching into the low to mid 100s these days, one would’ve been hard-pressed Sunday to find a more pleasant outdoor venue for a party than the Festa Famiglia Italian Food and Music Festival — on the grass under the trees of the Waterloo Gun & Bocce Club.While this year’s event marked the fourth annual Festa Famiglia, there’s been a party welcoming summer and celebrating Italian culture [...] More
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The last of seven suspects charged by Erie police in connection with the theft of more than 14,000 in coins from an eastside residence in January are facing trial after waiving their preliminary hearings on Friday afternoon.
With about five months to go before new federal overtime regulations set in, colleges and universities around the Quad-Cities are busily trying to figure out the impact they will have on their budgets — and how they might affect student…