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The First Quarter Financial Update will be delivered to the Solano County Board of Supervisors today and what its members will hear is that the federal government partial shutdown and new state laws have taken a toll. Additionally, there are a "
Pace Solano withdrew its offer of an instructor position after Katrina Holly disclosed during the pre-employment physical exam that she has partial paralysis in her left hand...The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits employers from
The Solano County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that provides the county agricultural commissioner and area law enforcement the authority to require proof of ownership for anyone found in possession of unprocessed
This year, nearly 40 public and private schools from all of Solano's seven cities have been invited to participate in this second annual Constitution Week Essay Contest. That's almost double the number of schools that entered last year's competition.
From Jan. 1 through June 30, the county's Whistleblower Program received 32 reports of incidence of fraud, waste and abuse, or violations of county policy or law -- the highest total number of complaints since the program started in September 2008.
Since 2011, supervisors and county staff have walked a thin line trying to come up with the best way to handle dispensaries setting up shop in the rural parts of the county. The federal government bans the use of marijuana, while California grants
At dusk, Solano's skies will pop with pyrotechnics such as the peony, a spherical break of colored stars, the most common firework; chrysanthemum, similar to a peony, but with stars that leave a visible trail of sparks; kamuro, a Japanese word
Was the message county leaders got Tuesday about the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, 32,000-page document, which is 64 reams of paper and more than 10 feet tall when stacked on top of each other, officials noted...Delta Plan, a plan designed to provide
To mark today's celebration of Father's Day, The Reporter decided to find the answer to that question from members of its Reader Network. We expected the usual advice about work and school and other common-sense tidbits...It seems the fathers of
Font Resize Solano County is set to move forward with a multimillion-dollar project for animal care services. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider several recommendations from staff about the Animal Care Expansion Project and its funding.