The John F. Kennedy Library in Vallejo hosted a concert with local guitarist Leo Cavanaugh, as part of a yearlong string of events celebrating the Solano County Library 100th Anniversary.
The face of leadership is changing. More African American women are being represented in the political arena. They manage communications for state leaders, represent politicians in the State Assembly, and play a big role in [...]
In honor of Earth Day 2014, the City of Vallejo Recycling Division will be hosting the 4th Annual Recycled Sculpture and Art Contest. Vallejo residents will be challenged to turn recyclable materials into masterpieces of [...]
Beasley & Bates Accounting Services welcomes seniors over the age of 70 to take advantage of their free Tax Preparation Services for Seniors Program. With offices in Vallejo and Martinez, president Shontell Beasley works with [...]
Former Oakland A’s Pitcher Mike Norris is invested in promoting positive values and education. He released a new educational calendar that’s aimed at helping children learn subjects such as Math, Science, English, and Nutrition.
In honor of International Women’s Month, the McCree-Goudeau Gallery is presenting a free series of talks with authors, writers, and activists throughout the month. On Sunday, March 23, 3 p.m.-5 p.m., author Anita Wills will [...]
Touro University California (TUC), an independent, not-for-profit Jewish-sponsored graduate school located on Mare Island in Vallejo, recently announced the opening of its School of Nursing in August 2014.
Plans are underway for Vallejo’s 26th Annual Juneteenth Celebration scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 21.This year, the event moves from the Vallejo waterfront to City Park, six blocks from downtown at 425 Alabama [...]
It’s tough and expensive to become a teacher. For most people in California it now requires five different standardized tests, a year of classes and six months of unpaid labor AFTER completion of the B.A.Now [...]
Caltrans will have to accommodate more people who are choosing to walk, bike, and take public transportation, according to a California Household Travel Survey, which finds that the number of people taking alternative means of [...]