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Air Force Airman Kylie B. Fore graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.
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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.
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.
The Public Works Department will replace signal control boxes beginning at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Alamo Drive and Butcher Road intersection in Vacaville, weather permitting.
D. K. Ogans will sign copies of her new book, "The Enchanting Legends of Shiloh Mansion," 2 to 5 p.m. March 15 at Bounty Books, 857 Merchant St. Reach Amy Maginnis-Honey at 427-6957 or email@example.com .
The agreement makes Al Foah, the world's largest date producer, the exclusive representative of RF Biocidics' technology for the disinfestation of dates in the GCC.
A plan to sell for $1.4 million the vacant Fresh Choice restaurant site that the city's redevelopment agency bought for $63,706 in 1976 won approval Monday from an oversight board.
Q One time we were traveling on Interstate 80 in Nevada. There was construction, as usual.
As I write this, four days of rain have stopped. The sky is showing the sun like a con man flashing a shiny steel ball, before he slips it under one of three cups.
As a $54 million new Fairfield-Vacaville train station project is prepared for bids this summer, a 285-acre, 3,000-home project in the station-planning area has a new lead investor with a new vision for transit-oriented development.
It was about 40 years ago when Margaret Sanderson dropped her oldest child off at Bethany Lutheran Preschool in Vacaville.
Justus Angan and Brandon Davis want to carve out a niche in the fast-changing world of multimedia and a key goal is to have an impact for the good.
IN 1940s Vacaville, Billy Buck often invited Al Espinosa and I to swim in his private pool, beyond the wrought-iron gate.
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Solano County Library is hosting music programs featuring Rhonda Benin and Terrie Odabi celebrating the achievements, struggles and challenges of women in music from jazz through R&B and beyond.