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A Solano County Superior Court judge on Tuesday increased the bail amount for a Fairfield man accused of molesting a family member nearly two decades ago.
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A two-week jury trial for Fairfield brothers who faced felony assault charges and the possibility of going to prison ended Tuesday afternoon with a pair of quick acquittals.
Jeanette Bellinder is stepping down as city clerk for Fairfield and will begin a new job Wednesday as chief deputy clerk for the Solano County Board of Supervisors.
For nearly four years, Vallejo's old Wilson-Cornelius Ford dealership has stood empty at Georgia Street and Solano Avenue.
Two men were lauded Monday for graduating from the court's drug court program and having pending felony drug charges against them dropped.
The group gathered at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on J Street to learn more about the eight-day Jewish holiday, also known as the Festival of Lights.
An East Palo Alto man who faced a pair of murder charges since shortly after a March 2012 drug deal went bad in the parking lot of the Parkway Gardens town homes took a plea deal Monday that will get him out of jail before Christmas.
Three suspected car thieves were arrested Monday after police stopped them on Villa Court in the alleged stolen vehicle, a 1990 Toyota Camry.
Partnership Healthplan of California will begin administering Medi-Cal benefits to former County Medical Services Programs recipients beginning in January 2014 in 14 counties, the Fairfield-based managed Medi-Cal plan announced recently.
The Fairfield area experienced a sixth record low early Sunday when the temperature fell to 27 degrees at Travis Air Force Base.
Look for the Angel Tree booth at the mall and make your selection to help bring joy to a child this holiday season.
The company had operated from a warehouse that it leased month to month. Its owners worked with Bank of the West and with Joe Lampe, senior vice president at Bay Area Development Co., to secure the funding needed to purchase a new facility, a Bay Area Development press release said.
According to Andrew Killeen, Chair of the Volunteer Relations Committee, more than 750 volunteers filled 2700 slots during 600 shifts at 14 sites including building two new homes, operating the ReStore, and helping in the office.
Talk about mixed messages. A week ago, an item on the front page of The Reporter declared that the U.S. economy was showing lots of positive signs of improvement: Jobs are steadily being added, including high-paying manufacturing jobs; the unemployment rate, at 7 percent nationwide, is at a five-year low; and the stock market has taken another ... (more)
This was a Christmas to remember for 14 area children chosen to participate in a Shop with a Deputy event sponsored Saturday by the Solano County Deputy Sheriffs' Association.