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Becky Mock, R.N., helps hand out backpacks filled with school supplies at two local schools in Vacaville Wednesday morning.
Emma Christofferson, 5, of Vacaville, hugs her mother, Deanna, as she starts her very first day of kindergarten at Cambridge Elementary School in Vacaville.
Fall elections in California nearly always feature a raft of contested local races, and this year is no exception, especially in Solano County and the Bay Area region as a whole.
The wait to enter Golden West Middle School featured youngsters laughing and greeting each other with hugs.
California Health Care Facility in Stockton is undergoing management changes. Warden Ron Rackley has accepted a position at Folsom.
Candidates for the Vacaville Unified School District Governing Board participate in a forum sponsored by the Vacaville Teachers Association on Tuesday at Will C. Wood High School.
In all, 1,072 cars were screened at the checkpoint which took place from 6 p.m. to midnight.
Perhaps not, though Vacaville planning commissioners on Tuesday were still set to slap down the final update of the city's General Plan.
Faith in Action has put out a call for people who wish to be trained to help homebound seniors across the county.
The Solano Community College Governing Board will be asked Wednesday to approve a memorandum of understanding between the district and the Solano County Sheriff's Office, allowing the SSO to provide police services throughout the district.
Solano County law enforcement agencies will be on the lookout for impaired drivers until Labor Day, with planned saturation patrol and DUI/Driver's License checkpoints.
A 60-year-old man was found guilty Monday of two felonies - for failing to register as a sex offender and providing false information - after telling law enforcement he was living along Green Valley Road in Fairfield when he was actually staying with a family member in Vacaville whose house is within a half-mile of an elementary school.
Attorneys in the case of a Vacaville man recently arrested on suspicion of carrying a loaded firearm in public while awaiting sentencing on involuntary manslaughter and commercial burglary charges in a 2011 case, delayed setting a hearing on Monday.
Julia Lopez with Recology Vacaville Solano discusses their fund raising campaign for the Midnight Sun Foundation.
One of the biggest planned public works projects in recent Fairfield history - constructing the Peabody Road overcrossing and adjacent train station stop - is out to bid.
Vacaville News, Events & Info
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:45 am
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