13 Reasons Why Returns to Vallejo for more filming

Early in The first episode of “13 Reasons Why,” high school student Clay Jensen retreats to a shoreline bluff to listen in solitude to a mysterious cassette tape left behind by his dead classmate, Hannah Baker. The TV series never identifies the spot, but many Bay Area residents will instantly recognize it as the hill above Eckley Pier in Crockett, overlooking the Carquinez Strait and the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge.…

Legal issues cause Vallejo staff to pull appeal

La Clinica de la Raza, Inc., is seeking to open a newer, bigger downtown clinic at 415-417 Georgia St. JOHN GLIDDEN — TIMES-HERALD file

POSTED: 06/20/17, 6:44 PM PDT
Planning commissioners and audience members were left with questions Monday night after city staff requested the commission delay a public hearing regarding the relocation of a clinic in downtown Vallejo.

The commission was set to hear an appeal from the Central Core Restoration Corporation (CCRC), which objected to City Hall’s approval of an application from La Clinica de la Raza, Inc., to establish a large clinic at 415 and 417 Georgia St.…

Citizens voice need for downtown post office

01/12/17 By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald

If the United States Postal Service is as responsive to public opinion as representatives say they are, the temporary post office at 629 Marin Street in downtown Vallejo will become a permanent location, likely within six months.

Anyone with an opinion on the matter is urged to put it in writing and mail it to Dean Cameron, the postal service real estate specialist who ran a meeting Wednesday on the issue at the new Valle Vista and Couch streets Vallejo Main Post Office.…

A boutique of another, more masculine color

12/21/2016 by RACHEL RASKIN-ZRIHEN — TIMES-HERALD

Christina McPherson of Vallejo said she thought it really made no sense that there aren’t boutiques for men, especially considering most of the ones she knows are at least as finicky about their wardrobe as women are. So, she opened one.

The result is Chrissy Mac’s Place at 1718 Sonoma Boulevard, which opened Nov. 11.

It’s not called a boutique, though, because that might sound too feminine, she said.…