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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
High schools march in Tournament of Champions

Students practiced Saturday on drums in the quad, ran to have pictures taken with their band mates and straightened sashes and hats. All for the annual Tournament of Champions, which is hosted each year by the Scarlet Brigade at Fairfield High School.

Benicia Council to review dogs in parks, water discounts for disabled customers

BENICIA > > Tuesday's City Council meeting has a fairly light load, with discussion of allowing dogs on leash in most parks and extending a water discount to customers with a medical disability. For being such a dog-friendly town, Benicia currently prohibits them in most city parks.

Jobless rate in Solano edges down in October

The unemployment rate in Solano County dipped to 4.3 percent in October, and only Imperial County had a rate higher than 10 percent in California, according to the state Employment Development Department. It was the second straight month the jobless rate fell in Solano County, dropping from 5.4 percent in August to 4.6 in September to 4.3 percent in October.

Solano DA charges probationer with multiple felonies after Benicia incident

Solano County sheriff's deputies conducted a felony probation compliance check Tuesday in Benicia during which probationer Chase Talon Wiley, 25, armed himself with an assault rifle and fired at the deputies, the District Attorney's Office reports. Wiley has been charged in a complaint with numerous felonies: four counts of attempted murder of a peace officer, possession of firearm by a felon, unlawful possession of ammunition, possession of a destructive device, possession of an assault weapon and unlawful possession of a large-capacity magazine, according to information released Friday.

Artist adds Suisun Valley Inn to historic series

San Francisco Bay Area Artist Donna Covey's most recent work, "Suisun Valley Inn at Monroe Ranch," features the exterior of the seven-suite inn that sits on the 27-acre Monroe Ranch. It's the 16th in a series of Covey's colorful interpretations of buildings, landmarks and locations in her Suisun Valley Series which includes Gomer School, Vezer Winery, Iwama Market, Wooden Valley Winery, Mangels Family Home and Vineyards, Blue Victorian, The Clay Station, Rockville Corner and several others.

Manuel Del Fierro: We need truth, not history

There seems no big opportunities available. Meanwhile, the city is begging for revenues to avoid another bankruptcy.

Antioch artist stars in 'Eyes Wide Open' art show in Benicia

When John Tullis says he primarily looks for the effect of light on objects when selecting a subject or scene for a painting, half believe him. The Antioch-based artist at the same time uses his well-trained eyes and hands to capture landscapes, people, animals, architecture and still life compositions with underlying narratives that lift the work above photographic representation to visual storytelling.

Solano supervisors say 'no' to commercial cannabis in county areas

The Solano County Board of Supervisors this week extended its moratorium on commercial cannabis operations for one year - then simply decided to say no to the concept altogether. A consensus from Supervisors John Vasquez, Jim Spering and Skip Thomson directed staff Tuesday to put no additional time into developing ordinances that would allow any kind of commercial cannabis operations - from cultivation to retail - in the unincorporated area of the county.

Man wounded in Benicia shootout with 3 sheriff's deputies

A 25-year-old man was in the hospital after exchanging gunfire with police in Benicia on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, officials said. A 25-year-old man was in the hospital after exchanging gunfire with police in Benicia on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, officials said.

Valero refinery pens an open letter to Mayor Patterson, saying she has a lost focusa

BENICIA >> Don Wilson, vice president and general manager of the Valero refinery, penned a adversarial letter to the editor aimed at Mayor Elizabeth Patterson to the Benicia Herald on Nov. 14. At issue is the Industrial Safety Ordinance that the mayor has been pushing for this year. The I.S.O. would be similar to one adopted by Contra Costa County, which proponents say has made staff and communities safer and has created more transparency between the refineries and the public.

Sick of traffic? See Bay Area cities with great walkability

Most Walkable Neighborhoods: Downtown Benicia would appear to be the best area for those who want to just walk or bike to get to places near home. Most Walkable Neighborhoods: Downtown Benicia would appear to be the best area for those who want to just walk or bike to get to places near home.

ViewPoints by Jim Diaz: New Clayton police chief, mutual aid to fire area

Clayton is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph Kreins as our interim Chief of Police, replacing Chris Wenzel, effective Monday, Nov. 13. Mr. Kreins will remain interim chief until a permanent chief is on board. Mr. Kreins comes to Clayton with an extensive and impressive background in police services.

Hayesa closing Sonoma Boulevard supply company after 40 years

Hayes Supply Company's 'Thank You Vallejo for 40 Years' was painted on the front glass about two weeks ago with the pending Dec. 1 closing for the shop. No, it's the former Benicia mayor's Hayes Supply Company at 2125 Sonoma Blvd. in downtown Vallejo that's closing shop.

Vacaville plans to contribute $2.5 million to replace intercity buses

Replacing intercity buses and retrofitting a pair of water storage tanks are what the Vacaville City Council will discuss Tuesday. The city council will look at a $2.5 million contribution to help replace 35 buses on the Solano Express.

Salute to Veterans: Solano home to final resting places of many Medal of Honor recipients

One Fairfield man earned the Medal of Honor nursing his crippled B-17 bomber home; a Solano County district attorney earned it for continuing to carry his regiment's colors despite the grievous wound he suffered at the Battle of the Wilderness; and a Benicia soldier earned it standing alongside Buffalo Bill Cody during an attack on a Sioux encampment. Two of the Medal of Honor recipients earned theirs in Solano County.

Church notes: Nov. 11, 2017

There will be an interfaith Thanksgiving service with St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Benicia, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21. FAIRFIELD - Worship 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. Wednesday, 1731 N. Texas St., Suite E. The evening message from David Truesdell, pastor of ministries is, "The Church's True Treasure The Gospel," from Romans 1:17. God's Kitchen serves a community meal at 2:30 p.m. Sundays.

Kathy Kerridge: Stay safe, informed

Benicia is the only city in Solano County that is home to a refinery - and the only Bay Area refinery city left unprotected by a local Industrial Safety Ordinance. Fortunately, the City of Benicia can learn from state and Contra Costa County expertise in order to develop and implement its own.

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