Jul 22, 2022

Times-Herald manager named head of Vallejo Chamber of Commerce

The Vallejo Chamber of Commerce tapped former board chair Shawna Gilroy as the organization’s new president/CEO....

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  Jul 13, 2022

Records show Vallejo police paid for repaired or replacement badges for officers in shootings

Officers may have obtained refurbished or replacement badges to obscure a tradition of bending the tips of their badges to mark on-duty shootings....

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  Apr 07, 2022

Vallejo City Council to get update on status of $10M VPOA lawsuit

The lawsuit from former Lt. Michael Nichelini alleges he was subjected to harassment, retaliation and intimidation by top-ranking Vallejo city officials....

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  Mar 31, 2022

How badge bending became a ritual among Vallejo police

For the last two decades, some members of the Vallejo Police Department have bent the tips of badges belonging to officers after they were involved in an on-duty shooting....

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  Mar 23, 2022

Vallejo City Council signs off on public outreach plan regarding police oversight

The council signed off on a nearly three-month plan to solicit recommendations from the Vallejo community on which independent oversight model will work best...

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  Feb 10, 2022

Vallejo City Council to meet in person in March, despite 70 COVID-19 cases for city workers this year

The council also adopted a new district boundary map during Tuesday's meeting....

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  Nov 08, 2021

Slain Vallejo police officer to have street named in his honor

The Vallejo City Council will be asked to approve renaming Oklahoma Street on Mare Island to James Capoot Street....

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  Nov 04, 2021

Fired Vallejo lieutenant alleges pattern of discrimination, false statements by chief

Herman Robinson, who served 47-years with the Vallejo Police Department before being terminated on April 1, alleges that Williams lied under oath....

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  Sep 24, 2021

Vallejo police officer driving truck during Monterrosa shooting is leaving to take job in Napa

Waggoner was named in a federal lawsuit alleging he, along with several other officers, used excessive force to detain Carl Edwards outside his Vallejo building in July 2017....

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  Jan 26, 2021

Greater Vallejo Recreation board to honor Karen Sims on Thursday

VALLEJO– On Thursday, the Greater Vallejo Recreation District Board of Directors will hold...

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  Dec 11, 2020

Greater Vallejo Recreation Director Karen Sims dies

VALLEJO– Activist, and Greater Vallejo Recreation District Director Karen Sims suddenly died Friday,...

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  Nov 19, 2020

Council approves amended development agreement for permanent supportive housing project

VALLEJO– Attempting to make headway in addressing the number of homeless persons in...

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