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4 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise
There was no back-to-school treat for those who showed up Wednesday at SugarPlum frozen yogurt in University Mall.
8 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald
Sacramento area leaders this week mailed a letter to Benicia urging more study of safety concerns stemming from Valero's crude-by-rail plan.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat
Woodland's famed Reiff Gas Station will be the site of a fundraiser for Empower Yolo called Rebels With A Cause, scheduled for Saturday, Sept.
Through August: Best of Seven, a group of Yolo County photographers including Anne Miller, Rob Floerke, Tim Messick, Rick York, Dave Robertson, Dennis McCoy, and Joe Finkleman, will be featured at an exhibition at Gallery 1855 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The City of Davis and Yolo Basin Foundation invite community members to join docents at the Davis Wetlands on Saturday, Sept.
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time when the American Library Association and libraries across the country remind parents that a library card is the most important school supply of all.
In an effort to serve more families in need, two local Habitat for Humanity affiliates are merging together, creating Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento.
SACRAMENTO >> State Sen. Lois Wolk is applauding the Senate's passage of legislation to allow crisis nurseries statewide, including the Yolo Crisis Nursery, to continue providing a safe environment for young children of families in crisis.
When she opened a bank pouch she found on the morning of Aug. 19 in a puddle of water on C Street in downtown Davis, her eyes widened.
A man shot and wounded by a California Highway Patrol officer during a Yolo County traffic stop last week faces arrest on suspicion of possessing a weapon and driving under the influence, a CHP official said Monday.
The Yolo County Fair may be over - and the famed Holy Rosary taco booth to boot - but there are plenty of upcoming community events for which to be excited .
Susan Hoskins, 59, is accused of shooting her husband Bryan Hoskins, 60, in her Woodland home on Aug. 3. Woodland Police officials arrested Hoskins the following morning after she voluntarily gave herself up to authorities.
Trustees will select one of two candidates, Michael Stover and Nolan Sullivan, who submitted applications to replace Jerry Eaton.
The city of Davis and Yolo Basin Foundation invite community members to join docents at the city of Davis wetlands on Saturday, Sept.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 11:58 pm
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