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Friday signals the end of the work week for many Vallejoans. But for Ryan Gibbons and Kent Fortner, lining up all the project tasks that will eventually materialize as a taproom and nano-brewery located at Vallejo's Ferry Terminal Building, every day represents a day closer to fulfilling their dream - to establish Mare Island Brewing Company as not ... (more)
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The chief executive of San Rafael's Chamber of Commerce has been tapped to head the Marin Builders Association, the group said Thursday.
Plans are underway for Vallejo's 26th Annual Juneteenth Celebration scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 21.This year, the event moves from the Vallejo waterfront to City Park, six blocks from downtown at 425 Alabama St. Vallejo has the only public Juneteenth celebration in Solano County, and the event attracts visitors from San Francisco to ... (more)
Call me naive, but it's always a disappointment for me whenever I find out that artists can be just as prejudiced as the rest of us.
Because of the drought, millions of young California salmon may migrate to the ocean in tanker trucks, the Sacramento Bee reported .
D rivers who travel Interstate 80 through Solano County are accustomed to dodging all sorts of hazards, but a falling tree probably wasn't on anyone's list -- until Sunday afternoon.
SWAT teams from throughout Solano County will participate in a training exercise Wednesday at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
The California Museum in Sacramento is hosting an exhibition about the California Missions.
A police pursuit with speeds topping 100 mph and beginning near the State Capitol covered nearly 90 miles before it ended early Tuesday morning with the suspect's arrest in Richmond, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Tonight, the Vallejo City Council will hear a mid-year budget review that reduces a built-in $5.2 million budget shortfall to not quite $1 million.
Members of a fledgling Vallejo organization discovered Monday plenty of common ground when it comes to improving outcomes for the city's African American population.
Rather than throwing the book at them if they commit crimes in their formative years, youth need to be steered into learning, instead, and into a path leading to college rather than prison.
He always has on hand a miniature resume of his community service efforts and groups to which he belongs.
Thirty-two-year-old Ronald Guinto is charged with molesting six of his former students on camping trips between December 2012 and October 2013, but KTVU has learned some parents' concerns go back a few years.