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Vallejoan and author Paul Armentano talks about the history of marijuana during the first of two four-hour public discussions on medical marijuana on Saturday in Vallejo.
A Vallejo woman is pleading for the return of a family heirloom mistakenly given away in a Kentucky Fried Chicken mashed potato container.
Vallejo Sister City Commissioner Elissa Shanks Stewart visited with elementary school students in Vallejo's Tanzanian "sister city" of Bagamoyo during a good-will trip to the country last week.
A store owner was shot in the leg in a robbery Saturday afternoon as he was unloading his van, Vallejo police said.
If you've ever wanted to own a life-sized animatronic Abe Lincoln, you're in luck.
With the city of Fairfield now beginning to update the General Plan Housing Element, your Economic Notes reporters thought it would be timely to take a look at the city's Housing Division.
The impartiality of a judge has been called into question after he suggested that prosecutors and law enforcement officials met with a former medical examiner in an effort to cause her to change her opinion in a Vallejo murder case.
A Fairfield man was arrested Friday afternoon after allegedly firing and striking another man with a pellet gun, Vallejo police said.
A new Vallejo leadership group will host its second meeting Monday night. The group, Community Black Leadership Empowerment Think Tank, aims to tackle black-on-black crime in the community by rallying the city's various organizations to put their heads together.
Potrero Hills Landfill is a place where plastic bags end up after being thrown away, having served their purpose of carrying groceries and other products.
Assemblyman Richard Bloom, who unveiled the bill Friday, says orcas are too large and intelligent to be confined in small tanks for their entire lives.
The theme of this year's photography contest was "From the Written Page to the Digital Age" in celebration of the library's 100-year anniversary.
The city will pay $50,400 over the next two years as its share of the cost for a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm that includes former Rep. Vic Fazio as an adviser.
The arrest of a middle school teacher on suspicion of child sexual abuse this week has raised questions about the West Contra Costa Unified School District's hiring practices, because the teacher was hired while police were investigating him.
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