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Even though gas is slightly cheaper this Memorial Day weekend compared to last year, fewer Californians will travel farther than 50 miles for the long weekend, according to a recently released survey by AAA.
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With the pending retirement of Capt. Lori Lee, Chief Joseph Kreins has promoted Lt.
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A Vallejo company that loves big jobs is ready to "work around the clock" to help fix broken bolts on the eastern span of the Bay Bridge, its owner said Friday.
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The Vallejo teachers union on Friday called for a closer working relationship with the district to address issues raised in a recent critical grand jury report about safety at Vallejo High School.
A 38-year-old Vallejo rapper was sentenced Friday to five years and eight months in state prison for the sex trafficking of women he kept in prostitution against their will.
Sean Cowart, 21, was on a sure-fire path to some good-natured ribbing from his brother, the college graduate, Thursday after Solano Community College's commencement.
Going to college is expensive enough for California Maritime Academy students in Vallejo, but with the threat of interest rates on student loans doubling this summer that outlay could go even higher.
Marcello directs bell players during the new Cirque Dreams Splashtastic at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
Dubbed Operation Goodwill, the effort began May 15, and is made up of Vallejo Police Department, Solano County Sheriff's Office, the California Highway Patrol and, to some extent, the Solano County Probation Department.
The focus will be on Italian singers as Vallejo celebrates the grand opening of its new arts and entertainment district on June 1. A "Tribute to Italian Singers" will get under way at 8 p.m. in the Empress Theatre, 330 Virginia St.
Vallejo High School BioTech Academy students work with Marianne Butler from the Solano Resource Conservation District collecting water samples from Chabot Creek in Vallejo as part of their science class.
Rep. Mike Thompson and U.S. Health and Human Services Regional Director Herb Schultz invite the public to Solano College's Vallejo center Tuesday for a discussion on how the Affordable Care Act impacts small businesses, organizers announced.
The Vallejo Planning Commission has approved a proposal to reduce permitting requirements for small-scale fast-food or quick-service restaurants throughout the city.
An armed robbery and shooting, in which one person was wounded were reported around the same time Wednesday afternoon in North Vallejo, police said.
The protest is scheduled to begin at the Vallejo Farmers market at 9:30 a.m. and progress to a one-mile march by 11 a.m., starting at the foot of Georgia Street.