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For the first time in at least five years, Fairfield-Suisun Unified teachers will receive a pay raise, 3 percent across the board, retroactive to July 1, 2013.
Rep. John Garamendi speaks to local business and political leaders during the Solano Economic Development Corporation breakfast on Wednesday morning in Fairfield.
For the second time in as many years, Reporter Staff Writer Richard Bammer has been named a winner of a writing competition sponsored by the California Teachers Association.
Icon Aircraft won approval from Solano County on Tuesday for several agreements related to a proposed aircraft assembly and production plant next to the county's Nut Tree Airport in Vacaville.
The county Board of Supervisors made the designation by a unanimous vote. A green sign with a Purple Heart award depiction will go up on roads at various locations.
Local drivers using Highway 12 to get to Sacramento County will likely experience some delays this week while driving in the Delta.
Before the public comment period ends on June 13, the supervisors will continue to weigh in on how the Bay Delta Conservation Plan will impact the county.
Solano County on Tuesday honored the 1,300 people who volunteer to help with such county services as libraries, parks and historical records.
The Solano Coalition for Better Health has announced it will hold the Annual Classic for Kids Golf Tournament and Dinner on Friday, September 26, at Eagle Vines Golf Club.
Bees and their beehives are allowed within the city limits of Vacaville, Dixon and Fairfield with the right permit.
Help with federal agencies including Medicare, the IRS and the Veterans Administration will be available Wednesday when Rep. John Garamendi hosts an open house at his Fairfield office on Jefferson Street, across from the Solano County Government Center.
Rains over the past three months washed away plans to put up temporary salt water barriers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and that pleases Assemblyman Jim Frazier.
Critics call it a move toward "rack-and-stack" housing and supporters a way to promote compact communities built around mass transit hubs.
Last week, we asked whether readers liked the idea of Solano County selling some of its water from Lake Berryessa to Napa County.