Vallejo to Pay $577,000 to Outgoing City Manager Greg NyhoffThe Vallejo City Council accepted the resignation of city manager Greg Nyhoff Thursday evening and he will receive a severance package of nearly $600,000 as he leaves City Hall.
Vallejo Residents Sound Off on Search for New Police ChiefThe city of Vallejo needs to hire a new chief of police and residents Thursday weighed in on the qualifications and characteristics they want in their top cop.
Vallejo Rebounds From Recession And Realtors RejoiceThe city of Vallejo is bouncing back from recession and bankruptcy and local real estate prices show it.
Drinking Water Available For Vallejo Residents Affected By Broken MainWater is available for Vallejo residents after a broken water main in left residents west of Interstate Highway 80 with little or no water pressure.
Vallejo Firefighters Control 4-Alarm Blaze In Commercial BuildingThe fire was reported in a single-story building on California Street and Sonoma Boulevard at around 4:45 p.m., a Vallejo fire dispatcher said.
Woman Held Hostage In Vallejo Home By Intruder Fleeing PoliceA man was arrested on Saturday in Vallejo after he allegedly entered a woman's home and held her hostage while trying to hide from police.
Struggling To Find Cops, Vallejo Shifts Funds To Paving Projects The City of Vallejo has $2.5 million to put toward more officers on the streets, but those funds will soon be diverted to repaving because the city can’t find qualified candidates to take the jobs.
Foreclosed Vallejo Home Haunts Former Owner After Squatters Move InMost homeowners believe that handing the keys over to the bank is the final step in the foreclosure process, but for one Vallejo man, it was just the beginning of a legal tug-of-war with one of the largest financial institutions in the country.
Time Running Out For Bankrupt Vallejo To Come Up With Fireworks FundsPlenty of people simply "assume" fireworks will also be a part of July 4th celebrations, but in Vallejo that's hardly the case.