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The Glen Cove Elementary student was one of thousands at Tuesday's 11th annual Youth Ag Day at the fairgrounds. It's an event to teach youth about where their food originates. "I love spaghetti," the boy finally declared, to which slow food advocate
But the students got a personal look at the man and the 1899 uprising by delving into the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum archives as part of a unique field trip. "We wanted to do a display about the U.S...Wood High School junior in advanced
Following a probable-cause hearing earlier this month, Derrick McCann Jr., 18, and 16-year-old Jacobi A. Sanford were ordered to stand trial on robbery charges related to the Aug. 30 heist at DeBartolo & Co...On Tuesday, both men appeared before
Thanks to efforts by area law enforcement and an alert neighbor, the child was found less than an hour after he disappeared. The boy, who police said is autistic, wandered out of the back yard of his home in the 300 block of Sun Valley Way through a
Planning commissioners on Tuesday voted to continue discussions about proposed additional uses of a 6.32-acre portion in the 500 block of Davis Street. Their problem: the lack of more and varied community input, including existing business owners.
Riley Campbell homered and doubled to lead Vacaville's offense. Brianna Dick, Alex Schlosser and Breanna Castanho each added singles. Destiny Dunham and Dick shared the responsibilities on the mound.
Wood High School built a big lead in its girls soccer clash with visiting Vacaville on Tuesday...The Wildcats will take the win, but they sure could have used a game that ended a minute earlier. Wood goalkeeper Danelle Hendershot suffered a possible
Freshman Katie Kibby fired a three-hitter, and freshman Maddie Rojas added a triple and two singles as the Bulldogs blanked visiting Armijo 5-0. Kibby struck out 11 batters and walked two as Vacaville improved to 2-1 in Monticello Empire League play.
Intermat Wrestling's final "Fab 50" team rankings, the first time that a Vacaville team has started and finished the year nationally ranked. Bulldog juniors Gionn Peralta and Jeramy Sweany both ended the year ranked in Intermat's top 20 in their
Wood and Vacaville high schools renew their girls soccer rivalry today at Wood. Don't expect either the Wildcats or Bulldogs to get too sentimental, but this is the last go-around for several players on both squads who have brought new meaning to the