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Vallejo, California is located in Solano County. Zip codes in Vallejo, CA include 94591, 94590, and 94592. The median home price in Vallejo is $255,000 which is roughly $173/per square foot. More Vallejo information.

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2 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Solano County ranks relatively low nationally in education

In the study, 2014's Most & Least Educated Cities, there are just 31 national areas and seven in California ranking lower than Vallejo, said spokeswoman Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub, which conducted the survey. The firm's researchers analyzed the 150 largest metropolitan statistical areas in the country to determine where the most educated Americans are living.

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3 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Local cyclists, law enforcement react to 3-foot buffer law

A cyclist rides over the Mare Island Causeway on Tuesday, passing from the street to the sidewalk. A new state law requiring drivers to stay at least three feet away from cyclists while passing took effect Tuesday, drawing praise from local bicycle advocates though skeptics believe it will be hard to enforce.

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4 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Solano College and county await Coastal Cleanup Day

Members of Solano Community College's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Beta Mu Gamma Chapter will be on the Fairfield campus 9 a.m. to noon Saturday for the 30th annual Costal Cleanup Day. Cleanups will occur throughout the state with 57 sites targeted in Solano County Coastal areas.

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11 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

St. Vincent Hill park project faces more delay

A slow-moving City Park community building project could be delayed indefinitely because of its ballooning budget and the need to spend federal grant funds faster, city officials say. On Wednesday, the city's Housing and Redevelopment Commission may ask the Vallejo City Council to delay the project until added funding is identified.

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11 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

5th annual Unity Day celebrates diversity

Dante 'Dust,' Keith Thompson and Dennis Kittelson, left to right, paint their contributions to a 'UNITY' mural Sunday at City Park in Vallejo. Yesenia Padilla took a brush and decided to paint a blue circle on the white background of the "UNITY" mural during the 5th annual Unity Day Sunday at City Park.

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11 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo school district board to hear update on facilities master plan and enrollment numbers

The Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education will meet at 5 p.m., Wednesday, at district offices in the Governing Board Room, 665 Walnut Ave. The board will receive a "warm body count" report on the number of students currently enrolled in VCUSD schools. Also, the board will review an update to the Facilities Master Plan Project List.

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14 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Touro University to host Zombie Run/Walk

Participants must try to avoid zombies throughout the race and be the first to cross the finish line without getting infected. "The Mare Island 5K Zombie Run is a great way for members of the community to exercise and interact with the students and faculty at Touro University while having fun," said Alan Griffin, organizer and student at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, in announcing the event.

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18 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Solano College board set to approve deficit budget

The Solano Community College Governing Board - facing a $1.3 million deficit - will meet Wednesday to discuss and approve the 2014-15 fiscal year budget. In early August, Yulian Ligioso, Vice President of Finance and Administration at SCC, reported to the governing board that the district was headed toward a $2.6 million deficit for 2014-15.

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22 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo Master Gardener hosts free workshop

Master Gardener Gene Ekenstam of Benicia sits on the steps leading to the top of the backyard garden at his Benicia home. Ekenstam will be conducting a free winter garden workshop Sept.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Vallejo Times-Herald

Benicia care home operator uses cosmetology training to better elders' lives

Longtime Benicia Loving Home resident Don Browning is shown with homeowner Lucy Gulapa who uses her love of and training in cosmetology to pamper Browning and the facility's other residents. Even the infirm elderly should feel pampered once in a while, which is why Lucy Gulapa treats her Benicia care home's residents to facials and haircuts about once a month.

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Vallejo Times-Herald

St. Vincent Hill park project faces more delay

A slow-moving City Park community building project could be delayed indefinitely because of its ballooning budget and the need to spend federal grant funds faster, city officials say. On Wednesday, the city's Housing and Redevelopment Commission may ask the Vallejo City Council to delay the project until added funding is identified.

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Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo school district board to hear update on facilities master plan and enrollment numbers

The Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education will meet at 5 p.m., Wednesday, at district offices in the Governing Board Room, 665 Walnut Ave. The board will receive a "warm body count" report on the number of students currently enrolled in VCUSD schools. Also, the board will review an update to the Facilities Master Plan Project List.

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Vallejo Times-Herald

Two Vallejo school board candidates withdraw from contest

Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education candidates John Lewis and Richard Porter have both confirmed that they have officially withdrawn their names from the fall election. Due to a leg injury suffered several weeks ago, Lewis said he has withdrawn his name from consideration so he can focus on recovery.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Vallejo Times-Herald

5th annual Unity Day celebrates diversity

Dante 'Dust,' Keith Thompson and Dennis Kittelson, left to right, paint their contributions to a 'UNITY' mural Sunday at City Park in Vallejo. Yesenia Padilla took a brush and decided to paint a blue circle on the white background of the "UNITY" mural during the 5th annual Unity Day Sunday at City Park.

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The Daily Republic

David Lew: Chuckles keep coming despite cancer battle

During a CT scan at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo, the 31-year-old American Canyon resident was nudging Lielana Tatlonghari, the X-ray technologist, to let him listen to music from the animated film, "Frozen." "She's not as much fun as the last one," Lew said, joking.

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The Daily Republic

CHP announces senior driving class

The Solano California Highway Patrol of Fairfield will conduct a safety driving course next month that's geared toward senior citizens. The Age Well Drive Smart class is an education program specifically designed to help seniors tune up their driving skills, refresh their knowledge of the rules of the road, and learn about normal age-related physical changes and how they affect driving ability.

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The Daily Republic

Small-business center posts free classes list

It will offer "The Basics of Getting Started with Social Media" on Wednesday. Participants will learn how they can use social media as a free or low-cost way to market their business.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Vallejo Times-Herald

Art cars a big Unity Day lure

Sherry Tobin's lady bug on wheels is one of the art cars displayed today at Unity Day at City Park, Vallejo. Sherry Tobin knows what she's dealing with when verifying that "art car" owners will actually show up with their decorative vehicles at Sunday's Unity Day at City Park in Vallejo.

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Vallejo Times-Herald

Antiques show brings dozens of visitors to Vallejo museum

Military history enthusiast John Halliday of Benicia displays a Japanese Army sergeant's sword from a private collection, captured at Iwo Jima during World War II, during Saturday's Antiques and Collectibles Evaluation Day at the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum. For military history buff John Halliday, the surprise factor was his favorite part of Saturday's Antiques and Collectibles Evaluation Day at the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.

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Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejoans, formerly Iraqi Christians, express Alarm over ISIS

"They say the Garden of Eden was between the two rivers - the Tigris and the Euphrates - in Iraq," said Houda, an Iraqi Christian living in Vallejo for many years. "Not any more."

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