COVID-19 Closures A Huge Blow Bay Area Businesses Hoping To Recoup Losses July 4 WeekendGovernor’s Newsom’s announcement to ‘hit the dimmer switch’ on reopening, hit the business community hard. They were banking on the July 4th weekend to recoup some of their losses.
Quail Fire Near Vacaville 90% ContainedThe Quail Fire in Solano County was 90 percent contained Tuesday evening after several days of firefighting.
Evacuations Lifted as Firefighters Make Progress Battling Quail Fire Near VacavilleFire crews battled the Quail Fire near Vacaville to 40 percent containment Sunday even as it grew to more than 1,800 acres from 1,200 Saturday night.
Massive Quail Fire In Solano County Doubles In Size To 1,200 Acres; 2 Structures DestroyedFirefighters in Solano County are battling a quickly growing brush fire north of Vacaville that has grown to 1,200 acres Saturday evening and has destroyed two structures, according to fire officials.
330-Acre Suisun City Brush Fire Damages Or Destroys 11 Homes, Prompts EvacuationsA major vegetation fire burning Wednesday evening in Suisun City has damaged or destroyed eleven homes and prompted evacuations, according to authorities.
Contra Costa, Napa, San Mateo, Solano Counties Enact Curfews Over Civil UnrestAuthorities in Contra Costa, San Mateo and Solano counties on Tuesday enacted curfews following the most recent incidents of civil unrest, joining Alameda County and individual Bay Area cities which had previously imposed curfews. The additional curfews meant more than four million Bay Area residents would now be under curfew orders.
Small Turnout Of Shoppers Greets Reopening Of Solano Town Center In FairfieldAs shelter-in-place rules are relaxed, some counties are beginning to allow in-store shopping again, But the process is proving to be a slow one.
Solano County Joins Napa County In Entering Expanded Stage 2 ReopeningSolano County on Thursday received state approval to begin reopening various sectors of their economies such as dine-in restaurants, the California Department of Public Health said.
Bay Area Churches Eager To Reopen Making Changes To Keep Worshipers Safe From COVID-19So far, the coronavirus shelter-in-place struggle between churches and the state has only produced a lot of heat. But some church leaders are now beginning to add a little light into the discussion about when they may reopen.
Coronavirus Update: 18 Residents Test Positive For COVID-19 At Vallejo Care FacilityState health officials have reported that 18 residents at the Windsor Vallejo Nursing and Rehabilitation Center have tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update: Vacaville Hair Stylist Reopens Salon In Defiance Of Health OrderA Solano County hair salon owner says she is re-opening her business in defiance of the stay-at-home order and striking a blow for small businesses shut down by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Extends Stay-at-Home Order Through May 17Public health officials in Solano County said Friday their existing shelter-at-home order will be extended to mid-May to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community.
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Reports First Death Of Resident From COVID-19Solano County health officials reported the first death of a resident from the novel coronavirus on Thursday. The patient was at least 85 years old, recently traveled out of the country and had "multiple severe underlying health conditions."
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Issues Shelter-At-Home, Joining Other Bay Area CountiesSolano County became the last Bay Area county to issue a shelter-in-place order in a region-wide effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, county officials announced Wednesday evening.
Suspect Arrested In Solano County Officer-Involved ShootingA man was in custody on multiple charges Wednesday following an officer-involved shooting in unincorporated Solano County, according to the county sheriff's office.