Nick Sestanovich, Vacaville Reporter

Nick Sestanovich

Vacaville Reporter

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Recent:
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • East Bay Times
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • Pasadena Star News
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Monterey Herald
  • The Lowell Sun
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel

Recent articles by Nick:

Amicable Black Friday in Vacaville draws shoppers from all over

The Black Friday narrative in Vacaville remains the same — plenty of places to shop, lots of deals and shoppers taking advantage of those deals. But unlike the chaotic scenes in other parts of the … → Read More

Vacaville veterans’ Thanksgiving sees largest serving of meals – The

As always, volunteers were at Vacaville Veterans Memorial Building the morning of Thanksgiving dishing turkey and green beans into plastic foam containers, placing the containers into bags, placing… → Read More

FSVAA hosting Black Friday Arts and Crafts Fair

The Fairfield-Suisun City Visual Arts Association (FSVAA) is hosting its second annual Black Friday Arts and Crafts Fair, featuring items created by more than 30 artists and crafters from throughou… → Read More

Alive Music Orchestra to perform annual Christmas concert at Valley Church

As is the case every December, Valley Church will be swinging with the festive sounds of Alive Music Orchestra, as the collective performs its 31st annual AMO Christmas show Dec. 9 titled “Ch… → Read More

Business owner distributes free turkeys

For the last 10 years, the owner of a Bay Area plumbing business has worked to ensure that does not happen. Every year, Peter Levi Plumbing hosts a turkey drive at different locations to distribute… → Read More

Vacaville veterans prepare for Thanksgiving meal deliveries

This is the third year that local veterans groups — including American Legion Post and Auxilliary 165, AMVETS Post 1776, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 84, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Po… → Read More

Dixon Tree Lighting Festival to kick off the Christmas spirit

The Downtown Dixon Business Association’s annual Tree Lighting Festival returns Dec. 1 to Women’s Improvement Club Park and its surrounding areas. As always, downtown Dixon will be full… → Read More

Neighborhood Santa to bring Mr. Claus back to Vacaville

You better not pout, kids of Vacaville! Santa Claus is coming back to town, and ahead of schedule too. After a successful inaugural event last year, the Vacaville Parks and Recreation Department&#8… → Read More

Sarah Chapman clinches Vacaville City Council seat

Now that all ballots throughout Solano County have been counted, Sarah Chapman has essentially secured a seat for Vacaville City Council District 4. With incumbents Greg Ritchie and Jeanette Wylie … → Read More

Dixon opens first senior living community

Developer K. Hovnanian, in addition to the Dixon Chamber of Commerce and city leaders, unveiled four new model homes along Farmhouse Lane in the new Homestead development off West A Street. The hom… → Read More

Valley Church to become a winter wonderland again

Valley Church was able to bring actual snow to Vacaville for its first Snow Day last year, which also featured such winter hallmarks as a Christmas tree, hot cocoa, Santa Claus himself and, of cour… → Read More

Sustainable Solano offering materials to create network of gardens

In a time of both high grocery prices and environmental mindfulness, one solution can be creating a garden. → Read More

Solano County election results remain steady with no mail-in votes left

The Registrar of Voters’ Office appears to be winding down its vote counting, with all in-person and mail-in votes tabulated and only 332 provisional ballots left to go through throughout the… → Read More

Vacaville veterans seek additional Thanksgiving donations

Veterans are currently expecting to deliver 800 and 1,000 meals and are requesting additional food donations. These include turkeys and hams, as well as store-bought pies and rolls, which can be dr… → Read More

Vacaville Police Department audit yields positive feedback, 40 recommendations

The audit of the Vacaville Police Department by the OIR Group has been completed, and the independent agency gave positive marks to the department for its high morale, commitment to customer servic… → Read More

Vacaville City Council upholds denial over Southtown Apartments

Despite recommendations by staff to deny a pair of appeals over a proposed 9.91-acre apartment complex at the corner of Leisure Town Road and Redstone Parkway and approve the project, the Vacaville… → Read More

City invites residents to give feedback on Centennial Park Draft Master Plan

For those who have opinions on what they would like to see at Centennial Park, the city will be hosting two meetings in December — one in person and one virtual — to provide feedback on… → Read More

Vacaville baker to compete on ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

Allison Harris and her business, Because Carbs, have been delighting customers locally for the last few years with decorated cookies. Now, the licensed baker is bringing her treats to a national st… → Read More

Sarah Chapman’s lead widens in District 4 City Council race – The

Local election results stay the course as new batches of ballots are counted. → Read More

Vanden students get visit from Army medical commander

As medical science and Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) students learned Monday, there are many jobs available, even for those who are just looking into the medical field. That… → Read More