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The Bayard Rustin LGBT Democratic Club of Solano and Napa Counties will host Democratic candidates for California Assembly District 4 at its general meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday, at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 101 West St., Vacaville.
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A two-hour information session by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is coming to Vacaville on April 8. Agency officers will be available to discuss the naturalization process, eligibility and residency requirements, application forms, fees, the background security check and processing times.
The search is on for a new associate superintendent of business services as Kari Sousa steps down to focus on her family.
Today is National Pi Day , but some 400 students at Vacaville's Buckingham Charter Magnet High School celebrated early.
A former city council candidate accused of the gunshot slaying of his half-brother and the attempted murder of another man last year was back in court on Thursday.
Lt. John Carli, who will become Chief Carli on April 16, has worked his way up the ranks since joining the department 25 years ago.
A Vacaville man with a warrant out for his arrest earned more than a trip to the hospital Thursday afternoon following a car crash in a Fairfield Rex Cooper, 43, will be booked into Solano County Jail upon his release from an area hospital for treatment of a head laceration suffered when his vehicle crashed into a parked car along Begonia ... (more)
The Vacaville Community Emergency Response Team is looking for volunteers who can be called into action during disasters.
Saturday March 15 11-2pm 607 Embassy Circle, Vacaville, CA Join KUIC at Sanctuary at North Village Saturday.
Assemblyman Jim Frazier, Next 10, and Travis Credit Union will team up tonight to present an Interactive Budget Workshop that is open and free to the public from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Travis Credit Union Community Room, One Travis Way in Vacaville.
A United States Army major who served in Iraq was stationed at a Kentucky military base when her Fairfield home was illegally rented after a company filed fraudulent real estate documents, changed locks and hired a property manager to rent the residence, a lawsuit contends.
A woman killed when a tree fell onto a Northern California highway has been identified as a 22-year-old Oakland woman.
Lt. John Carli, a 25-year member of the Vacaville Police Department, was selected from a field of 39 candidates that was whittled down to six and then, to three, according to a press release.