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  1. Stormy winter highlights value of Solano Public WorksRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    Solano County Supervisor Jim Spering said there isn't an aspect of community life that the Public Works Department does not touch - but the staff's value brightened with a winter that featured one damaging storm after another. "Public Works touches the business community, schools .


  2. Convicted killer loses fourth parole bidRead the original story

    Saturday May 20 | The Daily Republic

    When Samuel Gonzales was 20 years old he joined two friends in drinking alcohol and drunkenly playing around on June 25, 1983. Since shortly after that day, Gonzales, now 64, has been locked up in prison serving a 22-years-to-life sentence for second-degree murder.


  3. Hard work pays off for graduating seniors thanks to Assist-A-GradRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | The Daily Republic

    One by one, and some of them more than once, the graduating high school seniors walked across the stage Monday night at the Fairfield Community Center's Willow Hall. They were there to claim more than $136,000 in scholarship money through the Assist-A-Grad Scholarship Foundation Inc. More than 80 sponsors, some of them giving several scholarships, were the reasons students such as Lizeth Gutierrez, Luc Le and Jomar Lopes received money for college.


  4. Vacaville woman enters plea to 71 felony chargesRead the original story

    Monday May 15 | The Daily Republic

    A Vacaville woman accused of having hundreds of false documents, fraudulent checks and stolen mail pleaded not guilty Monday to 71 felony charges. Deborah A. Benegar, 39, whose bail is set at $75,000, was ordered to return to court Wednesday when her case will be assigned to a judge.


  5. Vacaville Council backs The Branch, 'an urban barn'Read the original story

    Tuesday May 9 | The Daily Republic

    The city will enter into an exclusive right-to-negotiate agreement with developers who propose The Branch, a $1.2 million project with 10 businesses providing food, beverages and locally produced goods on a Vacaville-owned site, the City Council decided Tuesday. An urban barn with frosted glass panels and providing a place to sow "living and loving locally" is planned for land at the corner of East Monte Vista Avenue and Dobbins Street next to Ulatis Creek. 2 comments

  6. Estrella-Henderson announces her candidacy for school superintendentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | The Daily Republic

    "We are at a pivotal time in education. I take the responsibility of this position very seriously.


  7. Biz Buzz: Army veteran joins Vacaville law firmRead the original story

    Monday May 8 | The Daily Republic

    Smith is a 2014 University of Pacific McGeorge School of Law graduate, where he received Witkin Awards for Business Associations and Legislative Drafting and was inducted into the Traynor Honor Society and the Order of Barristers. He served four tours in Afghanistan with U.S. Army special operations, and received two Bronze Star medals.


  8. Vacaville to take up The Branch, 'an urban barn'Read the original story

    Sunday May 7 | The Daily Republic

    The Branch, a $1.2 million project with 10 businesses providing food, beverages and locally produced goods in what the developers call an urban barn with frosted glass panels and a place to sow "living and loving locally," goes before City Council members Tuesday. Vacaville should enter into an exclusive right-to-negotiate agreement with Shea McGuire and Edwin Legaspi for sale and development of the city-owned property at the corner of East Monte Vista Avenue and Dobbins Street next to Ulatis Creek, the city staff recommends.


  9. Volunteers gave Solano County more than 91,000 hours in 2016Read the original story

    Apr 25, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    More than 2,200 volunteers put in a record 91,404 hours to Solano County agencies and programs in 2016. "I am humbled by our efforts," Chris Drake, the county Parks Services manager said about the more than 1,000 volunteers who provided 6,423 hours to the parks system, "and even more humbled by the efforts I didn't even know about."


  10. Council to weigh adoption of Heart of Fairfield plan, with 'road diet'Read the original story

    Apr 17, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    A Heart of Fairfield plan for downtown - that includes prohibiting use by social service agencies and others of new first-floor space fronting Texas Street - goes before City Council members Tuesday. Limiting use preserves Texas Street for retail and restaurants while also dealing with homelessness issues, a city staff report said.


  11. Prep softball: Vanden routs Vallejo 15-0 in five inningsRead the original story

    Apr 12, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    The Vanden High softball team combined for eight extra-base hits on offense as well as a combined no-hitter, topping Vallejo 15-0 in five innings in Solano County Athletic Conference action, Tuesday. Vanden had 19 combined hits with six different players getting two hits or more, led by Hope Brandner and Elisa Cueva with three hits apiece.


  12. Many Dems doing the 'Chicken Dance'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    When I was a boy my family had several businesses, but the largest and most significant was a group of restaurants in southern Maryland. We had a farm supporting the restaurants by raising restaurant-grade fruits, vegetables, chickens, hogs and cattle.


  13. Discover Solano Spring 2017: Yolo CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    Yolo County is home to the vibrant cities of Davis and its University of California campus, Woodland and Winters as well as a vast agricultural countryside, which has something to offer year-round. For those who want to connect closer with Yolo County's agriculture, there's Harvest Hub Yolo, which links people to the county's diverse number of organic farms, traditional farms, olive oil, wine vineyards and farmers markets.


  14. Felony charges for 2 who secretly filmed Planned ParenthoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    California prosecutors on Tuesday charged two anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood with 15 felonies, saying they invaded the privacy of medical providers by filming without consent. The charges against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the Center for Medical Progress come eight months after similar charges were dropped in Texas.


  15. Solano children get taste of farm life at annual Ag DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    From cows to chickens, walking sticks to dogs wagging tails and branding to butter, the 15th annual Youth Ag Day offered something Tuesday for every Solano County third-grader. The event is a collaborative effort of the Solano County Fair and agricultural-related businesses, organizations, farmers, ranchers and other individuals.


  16. On to the next one: Lady Vikes end regular season with another crownRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    The last time the Vanden High girls basketball team lost a league match was 1,841 days ago and it'll be at least another 300-plus days until a team can get the opportunity to derail the Lady Vikings. Not only did Vanden notch its 54th straight Solano County Athletic Conference game win, but it won the outright league crown for the 17th straight time with the 69-25 rout over Bethel on Senior Night at Jim Boyd Gym, Tuesday.


  17. Fairfield woman dies in Davis crash on I-80Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    A Fairfield woman died Monday when her vehicle crashed into a tree on eastbound Interstate 80 near the Mace Boulevard exit in Davis. According to the California Highway Patrol's traffic information website, the crash occurred at about 10:15 a.m. after 46-year-old Valerie Jones apparently lost control of the Nissan sedan, struck the center divider then veered across the freeway and hit the tree.


  18. Suisun City moves forward with smoking ban on split voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    The City Council gave the green light this week to come up with an ordinance that would make it illegal to smoke at city events, the waterfront plaza, city parks and along the promenade. Councilwoman Jane Day voted no Tuesday night after saying she was willing to ban smoking in the waterfront plaza, "but I am not willing to go beyond that."


  19. Berkeley probes 'hands-off' police response to protest chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    University of California, Berkeley police took a hands-off approach to protesters on the campus last week when violent rioters caused chaos when they overtook a largely peaceful protest against a right-wing speaker. But that response by campus officers is being questioned amid widening political polarization and increasingly hostile demonstrators.


  20. New clinic opens at large animal sanctuary in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    The Sacramento Bee reports that the Performing Animal Welfare Society was able to build the new Pat Derby Animal Wellness Center thanks to an anonymous donation. Veterinarian Jackie Gai says animals at the ARK 2000 sanctuary in Calaveras County used to undergo X-rays, surgical procedures and other treatment in the field or 80 miles away at the University of California, Davis.


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