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Chilly temperatures didn't mean a thing Sunday for more than a thousand of the faithful who gathered in Vacaville for a 3-mile march to honor the Virgin de Guadalupe.
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Harry and Rachael Sellers decided the time is right to open their own flooring shop.
Those who have been naughty, nice or anything in between can all get a good deal this holiday season, thanks to City Coach.
MONDAY, on the morning of the Festival of Trees annual benefit for Opportunity House, about 60 movers, shakers and sponsors of the new O. House shelter on Bennet Hill Ct. gathered to cut the ribbon of completion.
It's hard to believe that five years have passed since The Reporter lost our beloved longtime features editor, Mary Lou Wilson.
Thursday's school board meeting is likely to be a bit anticlimactic for those anticipating a major announcement concerning a stadium at Vacaville's Will C. Wood High School.
A Vacaville woman was sentenced to six years in state prison on Friday for her role in the molestation of an 8-year-old girl in 2011.
It's been a month since city leaders passed an interim ordinance imposing a moratorium on the approval, commencement, establishment, operation, relocation or expansion of such businesses within the city, and they're looking to extend the measure.
Travis Credit Union members and employees are taking part in the Solano and Contra Costa Food Bank's annual food drive, The Festival of Trees, Christmas Wish 2013, Toys for Tots and the 2013 Children's Miracle Network Holiday Stocking Campaign.
If a gathering of Solano County's top business leaders is any indication, the spirit among local businesses isn't just to be financially successful -- they go above and beyond giving back to the communities they serve.
Walk onto New Hope Christian Church's property this weekend and you may feel like you've stepped through a Christmas time portal.
At this time of year, one of Vacaville's most festive neighborhood's also helps to ensure that the holidays are a little bit brighter for the less fortunate.
When it comes time to expand the Solano Community College Vallejo satellite campus, construction workers will be operating under a controversial project labor agreement.
The westbound Interstate 80 onramp at Alamo Drive is to be closed Tuesday and Wednesday as the state Department of Transportation does paving work.
Taking a tour of an exquisite home is like test driving a Bugatti. All the fun, without all the maintenance.
Christmas comes early for Jay Trottier. Oh sure, he'll celebrate the standard Dec. 25. But for sheer joy, excitement and holiday splendor, it's all about tonight at Our Lady of Mt.
Hard Freeze Warning for Solano County was issued at December 08 at 1:08PM PST