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Top Stockton news: City OKs plan to save golf course; Fire Marshall shuts down six pallet businesses

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Stockton.

City council OKs plan to save Stockton’s Swenson Golf Course

The Stockton City Council approved a plan to save Swenson Golf Course Tuesday.

Read the full story on KCRA.

Stockton Fire Marshall shuts down six pallet businesses over growing fire concerns

The Fire Marshal said all of Stockton's 15 pallet yards were inspected. The non-compliant yards were approached in January with a follow-up letter in June.

Read the full story on ABC Sacramento, KXTV.

County to Sheriff: Provide security at meetings

STOCKTON — The Board of Supervisors ordered the Sheriff’s Office today to provide security at its public meetings.

Read the full story on Recordnet.com.

Suspect reportedly posing as maintenance man, stealing from Holiday Inn

Stockton police are looking for help finding a man who has reportedly been posing as a maintenance working and stealing from a Holiday Inn.

Read the full story on CBS13 CBS Sacramento.

CMC planning downtown Stockton treatment center

STOCKTON — When volunteers fanned out in January to conduct a biennial point-in-time census of unsheltered homeless individuals in San Joaquin County, the data they collected showed that about three in five people self-reported having a substance abuse problem.

Read the full story on Recordnet.com.


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