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Coronavirus: Vacaville City Council approves local emergency declaration

The Vacaville City Council unanimously approved a local emergency proclamation by then-City Manager Jeremy Craig in response to the global coronavirus pandemic at Tuesday’s meeting. As with all meetings lately, the Vacaville City Council operated differently than usual to maintain social distancing guidelines. Council members Mitch Mashburn and Nolan Sullivan were seated in the area… Keep Reading

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California governor says 4 banks to waive mortgage fees

SACRAMENTO — Four of the nation’s largest banks agreed to temporarily suspend residential mortgage payments for Californians affected by the coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. The announcement comes as more than 1 million Californians have filed for unemployment benefits since March 13 because many businesses have had to shut down because of a statewide… Keep Reading

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Caltrans set to start EB I-80 project in Fairfield, Vacaville

FAIRFIELD — The state Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin an overnight project Monday along eastbound Interstate 80 in Fairfield and Vacaville. Caltrans will be working on existing bridges along eastbound I-80 at Ledgewood Creek Bridge near Fairfield Auto Mall in Fairfield, and the Davis Street Undercrossing Bridge and Horse Creek Bridge near Leisure Town Road… Keep Reading

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Vacaville shop a business lesson for students

Sparkling jewelry, potted plants in cute containers, wood-backed string art and more are just some of the cool and eclectic finds at “This and That,” a pop-up store at McBride Senior Center in Vacaville. Even cooler are the folks behind the store — Solano County Office of Education Adult Program staff and students. The program… Keep Reading

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