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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.
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
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News Flash: Solano students take part in nationwide gun-violence activity
Students from around the county walked out of class Wednesday as part of a national effort to remember the 17 students killed Feb. 14 in Parkland, Florida, and to call for solutions to school shootings. The chant rose from the E Quad at Vacaville High School after a moment of silence to remember the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students who died at the hands of a gunman on Valentine's Day.At the Library: Solano supervisor invites constituents to office hours
Supervisor Monica Brown will have office hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Brown represents the 2nd District, which includes Cordelia Villages and a portion of the Green Valley area of Fairfield, rural Cordelia and rural Green Valley, the southern portion of Suisun City, Benicia and the southern half of Vallejo.Gayle Vaughan: Engaging young voters
The League of Women Voters Benicia would like to congratulate Benicia High School for its outstanding achievements in student civic engagement. The LWV Benicia has been active in their program for several years, going into senior government classes to explain the voting process and register students to vote.Richard Rico: Art rising, just in time
BREATHE: Choking on the world we have made doesn't make that easy. Now comes a fresh breeze blowing through a colorful window on virtual Neverlands, where creeks always run clear, hawks soar through alabaster clouds and roses have no thorns.Candidate for Gov. Delaine Eastin to appear on Tuesday in Benicia
BENICIA > > A candidate in the race for governor will be speaking on Tuesday during a meeting of the Progressive Democrats of Benicia, according to member Constance Beutel. Candidate Delaine Eastin, a college professor, has served four terms in the California Assembly and two terms as California's Superintendent of Public Instruction.Group preps to host Solano sheriff candidate Marshall
The Central Solano Citizen/Taxpayer Group will host Solano County sheriff candidate Dan Marshall as the speaker during the group's regular monthly meeting Friday. The meeting on April 13 will feature the incumbent, Sheriff/Coroner Tom Ferrara.City of Benicia asks for community input on budgeting
BENICIA >> The city has jumped full-swing into compiling data for its priority-based budgeting initiative and wants the community's input on what projects and aims should be its focus. Priority budgeting is a way for cities to make "sound, long-term funding decisions," according to City Manager Lorie Tinfow.Chasing UFOa s across the sky in NorCal
Benicians gaze skyward - possibly for Martians - using nightvision goggles as part of U.F.O. Nightwatch Encounters sponsored by Tana Newell and Angel Heart 4 You. For those who believe we are not alone in the universe, tracking these elusive bodies can be a fascinating pastime.Jason Kishineff: Bravo, Times-Herald
As a Green Party candidate, and political outsider, I have found my access to media coverage severely restricted. The Napa Valley Register has printed one letter relating to my candidacy, as have some of its sister papers.March 8 Vallejo A&E Source: Always Something to Celebrate
Pastor Scott Peterson and 24 travelers from The Hill-Vallejo visited the Holy Land of Caesarea in Israel on a recent 10-day tour to the historic site. VOICES OF CHANGE: The Benicia-Vallejo branch of the American Association of University Women will host a free program Voices of Change - American Women Poets Who Have Made a Difference from 2-4 p.m., Sat., March 24, 2018 at Benicia Public Library, 150 East L St. in Benicia.Board grants parole to Benicia killer
The Solano County District Attorney's Office issued a press release Monday stating that a killer from Benicia serving a 17-years-to-life sentence will likely be released from prison in a few months after being granted parole last week. David R. Meyer, 55, went to a woman's apartment Dec. 26, 1991, in Benicia to complain about some bad drugs she had sold him.Empress Theatre in Vallejo packed for KQED live broadcast
Vallejo artist Chris Vardijan asks for more support for the Vallejo artist community from the city Tuesday during the live KQED Forum show at the Empress Theatre. The panelists came locked and loaded, as did the questions.Man convicted of second degree murder granted parole
The Solano County District Attorney's Office announced Monday that a man convicted of second degree murder in 1992 was granted parole after a recent hearing. The Parole Board hearing, held at the California State Prison Substance Abuse Treatment Facility in Corcoran, was for inmate David Meyers.Christina Strawbridge: Water, sewer rates must be delayed
The winter months have provided California with little rain, making weather forecasters wonder and worry if this is the start of another drought. In November of 2016, as a member of the Benicia City Council, I voted along with two of my colleagues to increase the water and sewer rates over a five-year period.Constituents can speak to Supervisor Brown during office hours
Supervisor Monica Brown will hold office hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m. March 15 at the Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Brown represents the 2nd District, which includes Cordelia Villages and a portion of the Green Valley area of Fairfield, rural Cordelia and rural Green Valley, the southern portion of Suisun City, Benicia and the southern half of Vallejo.Owner of Vallejo Mountain Mikea s pizza, revamps Benicia location
For Amarjit Tamber, owning a Mountain Mike's pizza parlor in Vallejo has been all about community involvement. That's one reason he's taken over a second location in Benicia - and is now expanding his involvement to a second community.Trace Cullen: An Orcem explanation
In response to letter writer Scott B. Wright , who asks why no other Bay Area cities want Orcem to come to their cities. I will try to explain.Readers' Choice 2018: Best Eye Care Doctor: Solano Eye Care
Solano Eye Care has long offered its clients a caring team of professionals dedicated to providing high-quality, personalized eye care for the entire family. "It is an honor, of course, to be recognized by our patients," Dr. Linda Anzalone said of having her practice named by Daily Republic readers as the Best Eye Care Doctor.Fairfield's first homicide of 2018 a stabbing
Police confirmed Friday that Alexander Lind was stabbed to death - his body found in the early hours of Wednesday in a parking lot at Empire Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Derek E. Dunlap, 26, of Fairfield, has been arrested in connection with that death.Police Arrest Man For First-Degree Murder
Derek Dunlap, 26, was booked into Solano County Jail on suspicion of the first-degree murder of Alexander Lind, 28, of Benicia. Fairfield police found Lind's body around 6 a.m. Wednesday in the 1200 block of Empire Street.
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