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Benicia is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city once served as the state capital for almost thirteen months in 1853. In 1847 the city was founded by Dr. Robert Semple, Thomas O. Larkin and Comandante General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo. The General had hoped to name the town Francisca after his wife, Francisca Benicia Carillo de Vallejo, but changed his mind when the nearby town of Yerba Buena changed its name to San Francisco. He chose her second given name, Benicia, instead.

Population: 28865
Local Newspapers: El Observador The Daily Republic San Francisco Business Times San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Contra Costa Community College

Zip Codes associated with benicia, california: 94510
Towns/Cities near benicia, california : Martinez Crockett

Benicia News
Supervisors remember 'Mary B' for a life of giving to Solano

An emotional Monica Brown was one of three Solano County supervisors who noted the recent death of "Mary B" during the board comment period at the end of Tuesday's meeting. Brown, fighting back tears, noted Mary Bourguignon's work with the libraries, and was joined by Supervisors Erin Hannigan and Jim Spering in recognizing Bourguignon for her contributions throughout Fairfield and the county.

Contra Costa County Leaders Edge Closer to Joining 'Green' Electricity Supplier

Residents of Contra Costa County will soon have the option of buying electricity from largely renewable sources, outside the current supply offered by PG&E. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors received a report from consultants hired to study the options available to the county and 14 of its cities for so-called community choice programs.

Benicia City Council to weigh fate of historic buildings, debate taxation

BENICIA >> City Council member Tom Campbell plans to introduce two topics at Tuesday night's meeting, both pertaining to the Amports Corporation and the Port of Benicia. First is the fate of a pair of historic buildings in the Industrial Park on the Amports site, which are in an advanced state of decline but which represent the earliest outposts of industry on the West Coast.

Avocado sale in Benicia on Saturday for veterans

BENICIA >> A Benicia homeowner with a prolific avocado tree will be selling them on Saturday to raise money for homeless veterans. Carolyn Zeiss bought her house in 2004, but she says with it came a well-established avocado tree that she thinks was probably planted in the '70s.

Big Sur: Final span of Highway 1 bridge comes down

Nine days after the demolition began, crews brought down the final span of the condemned Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Wednesday afternoon. Contractors and Caltrans engineers used a hoe ram, a hydraulic breaker attached to an excavator, to bring down the southern span just as they did with the other two spans.

SolTrans offers free bus service from Benicia to Vallejo through end of April

BENICIA >> SolTrans announced free rides from Benicia to Vallejo on pilot route 20 beginning next week and running through the end of April. Riders can travel to and from downtown Benicia to Southampton, Solano Community College, Vallejo's Gateway Plaza, the Target Center, Kaiser Medical Center, Sutter Solano Medical Center, and the Sereno Transit Center, among other stops, for no charge.

Kathryn D. Marocchino: A great PRCL

On March 5, The Nikki Hospice Foundation for Pets and the Humane Society of the North Bay held their 12th Annual Pet Remembrance Candle Lighting at Skyview Memorial Lawn's Garden Chapel - an event that dates to 2006. As a memorial ceremony for those wishing to honor their beloved pets, this gathering provides a safe and comforting space for Bay Area pet parents who come together to grieve the loss of their companion animals within the compassionate circle of trust and hope that unites a like-minded community.

Wanted man arrested in Benicia for suspected methamphetamine possession

Joshua Scott, 30, of San Ramon, was taken into custody after a member of the community reported someone allegedly casing cars with a flashlight on the 400 block of East 2nd Street, a police department spokesperson said. Scott was on probation for burglary and had a warrant for his arrest out of Vacaville in the amount of $175,000 for ten counts of suspected burglary, police said.

Jenny Ocon: Keep the ACA

Many elected officials have recently held town halls on the Affordable Care Act, including U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson, who is against the repeal of the ACA. We support his stand.

California poet laureate to appear in Benicia

California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia will recite his work, along with winning students from the Poetry Out Loud program, April 18 at the Benicia Public Library. The program will run from 7 to 9 p.m. The students are from Fairfield and Benicia, respectively.

Doug Ford: Exploring Solano Countya s economic strategic planning

I left the Solano EDC meeting a week ago a bit perplexed. It was great to hear that Solano County is planning to move ahead with economic strategic planning.

Togoa s in search of Benicia operator

A company photo showing the inside of a generic Togo's eatery, like the one company officials hope to open in Benicia within the next couple of years. Togo's Sandwiches is planning on expanding in the next two years, and one place company officials are eying, is Benicia, where there presently isn't a Togo's location, a company spokesman said.

a Touch a Trucka heaven on wheels for kids ... and adults?

There just might be a bunch of kids - and perhaps adults who are kids at heart - who will think they died and went to heaven. And it has little to do with the fact a church is the site of the first Benicia Moms Group "Touch a Truck" extravaganza Saturday, March 25. With at least 18 vehicles confirmed - including a cement mixer, police car, fire engine, earth mover, dump truck, coast guard boat, garbage truck, and tow truck - children of all ages should be thrilled at the hands-on event, said Laura Munoz, president of the local moms group board of directors.

Men arrested in Benicia for leaving dogs unattended in vehicle

Dog owners Timothy StPierre, 49, and Sundy VongkHamSomPhou, 33, both of Sacramento are arrested after Benicia Police Department officers freed their trapped dogs. The canines were freed from their rough situation March 10 after a resident called 911 to alert dispatch they were barking and alone in vehicle.

March 16 Vallejo A&E Source: Bottom of the Fifth

Bottom of the 5th in Benicia is more than just a sports bar … it's a grill! It's a place to get away, watch the game, and get absolutely wasted. And by wasted I mean have a lovely drink or two.

Trails part of Martinez general plan update

The city's long-awaited general plan update will contain a map of four existing major trails and a program to create a Trails Master Plan with a more detailed map. The Martinez City Council's March 6 decision confirms resident connections to John Muir's heritage and enhances access to local parks and open spaces.

Thinking about helping people in 'microfinance'-type ways

While there is a lot of writing about "microfinance" initiatives in the Third World--microfinance being a system to provide very small loans to entrepreneurs lacking the collateral necessary to have access to traditional loans-- it's hard to make microfinance work in the US in terms of fostering "entrepreneurship," because the costs of entry here tend to be so much higher and the economy is much more "formal" as opposed to "informal."

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