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2 hrs ago | The Daily Republic
Lee Bell Park is where Aleny Tonnesen played women's slow-pitch softball in the 1970s - and the place where her 11-year-old grandson now plays Pony League baseball.
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6 hrs ago | The Reporter
With a minute to spare, Vacaville Community Services Commissioner Alex Henthorn swept into the Solano County Registrar of Voters office Friday afternoon and filed papers to face off against Assemblyman Jim Frazier in the June primary.
10 hrs ago | The Reporter
The Solano County Local Mental Health Board Outreach Committee invites the public to its monthly meeting, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, in the Becker-Balmer Room next to the Fairfield Public Library lobby at 1150 Kentucky St., Fairfield.
The first in a four-week series of aging workshops drew more than 200 people to the Kroc Center Saturday.
The District Attorney's Office is trying to head off a Monday hearing about the circumstances of the firing and the possible coercion of the doctor who conducted dozens of autopsies in pending Solano County homicide cases by trying to disqualify the judge overseeing the hearing.
Deon Price, an area newspaper columnist and youth life-skills coach and advocate, celebrated the release of his first book, "Raised in Hell," at a book-signing Thursday at Dimitri's Lounge in Suisun City.
A new public charter school scheduled to open this fall will offer its last set of informational meetings Saturday for the upcoming school year.
The Northern Solano Democrat Club is hosting the meeting at 7 p.m. at 1745 Enterprise Drive.
The unemployment rate rose from a seasonally unadjusted rate of 7.4 percent in December 2013 to 8.1 percent.
Fairfield police announced they have arrested two men in connection to an early-morning officer-involved shooting outside a North Texas Street motel.
It's suddenly the season for proposed multibillion-dollar state water bonds. Whatever emerges will hit home in Solano County.
The Jimmy Doolittle Museum received $1,000, North Bay Stand Down - which assists homeless and at-risk veterans - was given $500, Fairfield-based The Leaven,which helps children in need, received $250 and the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano received $200.
The Dixon Chapter of the Solano County Taxpayers Association has voted to sponsor two ballot measures to stop a doubling of sewer rates and to roll back the rates to those in effect prior to 2006.
An Elvis song played, Mayor Harry Price helped serve meals and more than 20 people at the Senior Center had minestrone, roast beef and cheese on a wheat bun, cranberry juice and chocolate pudding.
The Solano County Democratic Central Committee will hold its 48th Annual Crab Feed on Saturday, March 15, at the Joseph Nelson Community Center, 611 Village Drive, in Suisun City.
The Dixon School Board, in its capacity as the Dixon Library Board will meet in Special Session to night to discuss a proposal which many are calling an attempted "Coup" to steal the Dixon Library from the people of Dixon.