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3 hrs ago | The Reporter
Today is the day after Labor Day, so school starts today! Ah, gosh, I forgot - that's old school! Every year, during September, the Vacaville Public Education Foundation sends out applications for Teacher Mini-Grants.
7 hrs ago | The Reporter
With less than 10 weeks until Election Day, major area unions on Monday released their slate of endorsements after an annual Labor Day breakfast in Benicia.
11 hrs ago | The Reporter
Just in time for Labor Day, NorthBay Medical Center is the first hospital in Solano County to earn the prestigious designation as a Baby-Friendly Hospital - including it's labor and delivery unit, of course.
15 hrs ago | Redlands Daily Facts
CHINO >> The man who robbed a bank in Nebraska in August is believed to be the “AK-47 Bandit,” the same man who shot a Chino police officer in 2012, Chino Police said at a news conference Monday.
15 hrs ago | The Reporter
Vacaville will again play host to all forms of jazz as the annual Vacaville Jazz Festival holds it's three-day run Sept.
Jo Hewitt-Casavant, of Vacaville, suffers from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy and has become an advocate for others battling the unrelenting, painful nerve condition.
He is board-certified in occupational medicine and family practice. He is also certified by the Department of Transportation to perform physical examinations and issue medical certificates for commercial motor vehicle drivers to meet federal requirements, a NorthBay Healthcare press release said.
Staff Photographer Zombie, Ray Dart, 12, of Vacaville attacks runner Shawna Sommers, of Port Costa, during the PAL Zombie Run in Fairfield Saturday.
AT 3 a.m., the largest earthquake to yet hit Vacaville rattled us big time. At 6.9, it toppled power poles, crumbled chimneys, moved Ulatis Creek Bridge three feet.
More arrests and more details were revealed by Fairfield Police on Saturday in connection with gunfire that sent two men to the hospital there on Thursday.
Wednesday's homily is the second part of "The Throne of Grace: Touching God Through Prayer" from Hebrews 4: 14-16.
This Muir travelling exhibit runs through Oct. 17 at the museum at 213 Buck Avenue in Vacaville, and includes historic images, specimens and Muir's journal sketchings and writings of his interest in botany and plant collecting.
Traffic creeps along Eastbound Interstate 80 near Leisure Town Rd. in Vacaville early Friday afternoon as travelers get a start on the the Labor Day Holiday begins.
"I am very honored to have been appointed," Bucci, a Browns Valley resident, said in a phone call to The Reporter.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:57 am
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