10 hrs ago
Dixon Taxpayers Group will Challenge Sewer Hike with Two Ballot Measures
The Dixon Chapter of the Solano County Taxpayers Association has voted to sponsor two ballot measures to stop a doubling of sewer rates and to roll back the rates to those in effect prior to 2006.
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16 hrs ago
The Daily Republic
Airmen with counties ties complete basic training
Air Force Airman Kylie B. Fore graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.
21 hrs ago
"Coup" Against Dixon Library Subject of Meeting Tonight - March 6
The Dixon School Board, in its capacity as the Dixon Library Board will meet in Special Session to night to discuss a proposal which many are calling an attempted "Coup" to steal the Dixon Library from the people of Dixon.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Daily Republic
Fairfield OKs its share of $231,600 pact with lobbyist
The city will pay $50,400 over the next two years as its share of the cost for a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm that includes former Rep. Vic Fazio as an adviser.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Council's ban on gas station could spark lawsuit with Safeway
As the Petaluma City Council prepares to block Safeway from building its McDowell Street gas station by using an "urgency" moratorium on new fueling stations, the grocery chain bit back on Monday when it sent a 16-page letter to the city, challenging the validity of the ordinance.
Editorial: Metering lights solidify Solano's identity
W ith Northern Solano County's open spaces and cities that often seem more like small towns, it's sometimes hard to remember that those who live here are part of the nation's fifth-largest metropolitan area.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Downtown is ready for all the trick or treaters to come between 2:00 and 5:00 pm on Halloween day... read more... On February 26, 2014 Dixon Police Officers and an underage decoy conducted compliance checks of alcohol sales at nine Dixon retail locations.
School labor contracts on Dixon agenda
Labor contracts are on the agenda when the Dixon Unified School District governing board meets tonight in open session in Dixon.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Former Dixon coach gets probation, jail time
A former youth sports coach from Dixon convicted of having sex with an underage girl was given jail time and probation this week but he won't have to register as a sex offender, according to the Yolo County District Attorney's Office.
Fatal Drowsy Driver Crash Near Dixon
Downtown is ready for all the trick or treaters to come between 2:00 and 5:00 pm on Halloween day... read more... A 22 year man from Olivehurst was killed in an early morning single vehicle crash at 2:50 on Sunday morning, February 23 on East Bound I-80 near Dixon.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Daily Democrat
Capay Valley Almond Festival continues long tradition
What began as a dinky community gathering to pay homage to the Capay Valley almond harvest has blossomed into a regional jubilee drawing thousands.
Some Solano students soon to start taking all-computerized state tests
New computerized tests in California's public schools are on the way with the soon-to-be-launched Smarter Balanced field tests across every school district.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Daily Democrat
Sentencing delayed until Tuesday for Dixon coach who had sex with minor
Describing "feeling trapped" in her relationship, the victim of a Dixon man convicted for an unlawful sexual relationship with a minor, spoke alongside her family at a hearing on Monday.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Person Dies in I-80 Crash Near Dixon
By Bay City News A person was killed in a crash on Interstate Highway 80 near Dixon in Solano County this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
NorthBay Healthcare, Soroptimists team up to help with prom attire
Prom season is fast-approaching, but for a number of teenage girls in Northern Solano County, the high cost of getting a dress, shoes, flowers and more make it a dream just out of reach.
Fire damages Dixon home
An apparently accidental fire that ignited in the bathroom of an unoccupied Dixon home early Saturday caused an estimated $10,000 in damage and prompted the dispatch of firefighters from two other agencies outside of the eastern Solano County city.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Feds: No Central Valley Project water deliveries
In a crushing reminder of the state's parched plight, federal officials announced Friday that the Central Valley Project -- California's largest water delivery system -- will provide no water this year to San Joaquin Valley farmers and only 50 percent of the contracted amount to urban areas such as Santa Clara and Contra Costa counties.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Some vegetables can't wait for arrival of spring
First with the rainless fall and winter and then recent intermittent showers, it's been difficult for farmers to know what to expect this spring.
Dixon hears positive review from mayor, staff
Dixon marked economic progress in 2013 and more of the same is expected this year, announced Mayor Jack Batchelor during Thursday's State of the City address.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Fire rips through rural Vacaville trailer home
Authorities are investigating a "suspicious" three-alarm fire that leveled a double-wide trailer house Tuesday afternoon in rural Vacaville just hours after an eviction notice was served to the tenant, officials said.