1 hr ago | The Daily Republic
Solano County is continuing its quest to get children out of cars and onto their feet for the daily trip to school.
5 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald
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.
9 hrs ago | The Reporter
Two people were arrested Thursday in a narcotics raid in the 400 block of Benicia Road in unincorporated Vallejo, authorities said.
The state program is designed to provide insurance for up to 5.3 million eligible Californians who presently have no insurance.
About 100 people were gathered as "Christine," a pink fire truck belonging to the Solano Chapter of the Guardians of the Ribbon/Pink Heals was christened.
In a profession where cool heads prevail in the midst of chaos, Solano has joined the rest of the country as it observes National Emergency Medical Services Week and is recognizing the county's own first responders who have made their mark through unfailing commitment in the face of emergency.
Solano County prosecutors have filed additional felony charges against a former Vacaville real estate developer in connection with a failed land deal that cost two private investors large sums of money.
With much of the Vallejo community's attention focused on the finale of its inaugural Participating Budgeting project, there's been less coverage lately of other events that also promise to affect our city in some very vital ways.
Work continues to try to add 264 acres to 1,039-acre Lynch Canyon open space, using a $2.4 million Congressional earmark from 2005.
Vacaville resident Christine Franklin smiles and enjoys a home visit from the pink fire shortly before she succumbed to cancer in 2011.
A couple of Saturdays ago, I had the privilege of attending the Solano County Opportunity Conference, a gathering of people who live in poverty and who are trying to get out.
A Vacaville middle school teacher is facing felony charges related to the alleged discovery of illegal drugs and a firearm in his vehicle earlier this month.
The location of a landfill compost facility outside Suisun City will change, but it will stay within the landfill's current boundaries.
The victim of a fatal crash Sunday involving a wrong-way driver on Interstate 680 south of Gold Hill Road has been identified by the Solano County Coroner's Office.
A Solano County Superior Court jury on Monday ruled a Vallejo man guilty of first degree murder in the death of an innocent bystander in 2007 in what authorities believe was a gang-related shooting.