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Memorial Medical Center receives awards for heart attack and stroke patient care

Memorial Medical Center receives awards for heart attack and stroke patient care

MODESTO, CA – Sutter Health’s Memorial Medical Center (MMC) is part of an elite group of hospitals recently recognized by the American Heart Association for awards signifying a commitment to guideline adherence and quality improvement for the STEMI and 

Facebook’s Sandberg to highlight Sept. 12 Advancing Women’s Leadership Forum

Facebook’s Sandberg to highlight Sept. 12 Advancing Women’s Leadership Forum

BofA California president and ‘classic music’s No. 1 maverick’ also to speak at forum hosted by University of the Pacific

Facebook chief operating officer and best-selling author Sheryl Sandberg will be the featured speaker when University of the Pacific hosts the next Advancing Women’s Leadership forum Sept. 12 at the Alex G. Spanos Center on the Stockton campus.

It’s Not Too Late to Add to Your 2015 Tax Deductions & Contribute to Retirement at the Same Time

It’s Not Too Late to Add to Your 2015 Tax Deductions & Contribute to Retirement at the Same Time

By Michael D. Lee, CPA, PFS, Financial Education Manager, Golden 1 Credit Union

April is National Financial Literacy Month, and what better way to demonstrate financial literacy than by adopting a few smart behaviors that could save money on your 2015 tax bill and set the blueprint for a solid retirement?

More than 60 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings and nearly half deposit less than 5 percent of their incomes into longer-term savings. What that means is the vast majority of Americans are significantly unprepared for unexpected financial burdens in the present, let alone setting themselves up to finance their retirement. With fewer U.S. companies offering 401(k) or matching retirement plans, there has never been a more critical time to open a self-directed retirement account that offers current and future tax benefits.

San Joaquin County job growth part of positive outlook at Central Valley Community Bank update

San Joaquin County job growth part of positive outlook at Central Valley Community Bank update

Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB) prides itself on being a diverse community-based bank serving family-owned businesses for the past 35 years in the Central Valley. "We are sticking to our plan of being the best community bank in the Valley, from Sacramento to Fresno," said CEO Jim Ford (pictured right) yesterday to about 75 people attending a Stockton luncheon. Ford had just completed an update of first quarter assets and trends for the bank, which has 21 branches in seven contiguous counties. He said loans are up for the institution that is unique in its percentage of servicing owner-occupied loans. Ford's comments came after a brief forecast by Jeffrey Michael, Director of the Center for Business and Policy Research at the University of the Pacific. Michael said San Joaquin County is surpassing job forecasts in the first quarter for 2015. "I'm pretty excited about 2015," said Michael. "This is the 6th year of expansion nationally and California is the hot spot of the U.S.

WATCH: 'Breakfast on the Job' Goes to Stockton this Friday!

WATCH: 'Breakfast on the Job' Goes to Stockton this Friday!

News10's popular morning segment 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' has been focusing on job opportunities for the last few weeks. The segment is called 'Breakfast on the Job', and we bring breakfast to you on the job.

It's our way of honoring those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

This coming Friday, May 15, News10 Anchor Keba Arnold and Reporter Tim Daly will be going to the Stockton Police Department and they won't be alone. North Border Taco food truck will be there, too, and will be serving up a delicious breakfast.