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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
Solano judicial candidates meet, debate issues

The two lawyers vying for a local judgeship in the June election met each other for the first time Thursday night. John Coffer, of Vacaville, and Steve Gizzi, of Benicia, were guests at a candidates' debate sponsored by the Solano County Bar Association hosted at the Paradise Valley golf course clubhouse with around 50 attendees.

Benicians prepare for legal pot

BENICIA >> Benicians might gripe a bit about their water rates, or perhaps their commute to all points elsewhere, or the occasional flaring from the Valero Refinery. But overall, folks here appreciate the seaside Norman Rockwell tone of the town - it's a good place to raise your kids, overall, with highly rated schools, excellent weather, and nearly as many dog lovers as their are beautiful sunsets.

Pat Toth-Smith: De Leon has the answers

United States Senate candidate Kevin de Leon spoke at the Progressive Democrats of Benicia meeting on April 10 in a packed 'Donna Benicia' room at the Benicia library. "My core values are inclusivity, diversity, respecting human and civil rights, and I have a track record of growing the economy and putting people to work," de Leon said when asked what strengths he would bring to the job.

Vallejo Vinyl is about to re-open in downtown Vallejo, with records and games

Vallejo Vinyl is moving from the 500 block of Georgia to the 300 block, and it's making some substantial additions as well: pinball machines. "We wanted to be here in this space to begin with," said owner Michael Dean.

Area crime for Tuesday, Wednesday

Officers arrested a man on Tuesday night for allegedly stealing a car, a spokesperson for the Vallejo Police Department said. Officers located a 2011 Chrysler 300 on the 1000 block of Admiral Callaghan Boulevard around 5:40 p.m. and arrested its driver, Cameron Jermaine Jackson, 41, from Hayward.

April 19, Vallejo A&E Source: Coveya s art uncovered at Vaca museum

As one of six artists that opened the new venue at the Vacaville Museum in March, Covey gets to take a solo bow this Thursday with an artist reception from 5 to 7 p.m. A former Vacaville art instructor, Vallejo counselor, and Antioch school administrator, the Benicia artist finally got to return to her own thing about 10 years ago. "That's really a good question," she said.

Locally or globally, Earth Day cleanup, themed a End Plastic Pollutions,a arrives Saturday

But Saturday organizers of Earth Day, this year themed "End Plastic Pollution," hope Solano County residents will take action instead on Saturday to stop trash and marine debris from entering creeks, marshes, bays and the ocean from our neck of the North Bay. From the Alamo and Ulatis creeks in Vacaville to the Rio Vista shoreline to the Carquinez Strait in Benicia, there are more than a dozen cleanup sites across the region this year - and likely more than 5,000 pounds of trash and recyclables ready to be collected and removed from community parks, trails, and waterways, Allison Martin, Earth Day cleanup coordinator, wrote in a press release.

At the Library: Brown schedules Vallejo office hours

Supervisor Monica Brown has scheduled office hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday at the John F. Kennedy Library. Brown represents the 2nd District on the Solano County Board of Supervisors, which includes Green Valley, Cordelia, portions of Fairfield, Benicia, the southern portion of Vallejo and Mare Island.

Ferrara tells Solano tax group why he should keep his badge

Solano County Sheriff-Coroner Thomas Ferrara told a gathering of the Central Solano Citizen/Taxpayer Group that he manages his budget well, has increased the number of concealed weapons permits issued and has a working relationship with U.S. immigration officials that balances the conflict between federal and state law. Those topics, as well as issues surrounding the jail, homelessness and enforcement matters were discussed during a lunch meeting Friday at the Benicia Grill II in Fairfield.

New rector to be instituted at Christ Episcopal Church

In a celebration of the New Ministry service, the Rev. Dr. Daniel London will be formally instituted as rector of Christ Episcopal Church by the Rt.

Deportation Game Played by Bay Area Students Raises Concern

The Benicia Unified School District is concerned about a game high school students have been playing for years, a game called "La Migra" or Border Patrol. Jodi Hernandez reports.

Mare Island preserve to mark 10th anniversary on weekend

The 10th anniversary of the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve will be celebrated from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Key features of the preserve are the scenic vistas of seven Bay Area counties, Mount Diablo, Mount Tamalpais and Mount St. Helena, the Carquinez Strait and Sonoma and Napa valleys, as well as the U.S. Navy's first cemetery in the Pacific, founded in 1858.

Paul Hughes relishes sophomore role with Benicia Old Town Theatre Group

One couple, 21 years of marriage and talk of divorce is the storyline of the Benicia Old Town Theatre Group's new show, "Coming Apart." The story, penned by Fred Carmichael, centers on Colin and Fran Kittridge, two successful writers who opt to share their abode during the divorce.

Voters to decide bridge toll hike for transportation infrastructure

Commute traffic backs up along eastbound Highway 37, Monday April 2, 2018 near Lakeville Highway. 2018 Is it worth paying an extra $3 per commute if it means getting to work quicker? This is essentially the choice Sonoma commuters are faced with as they consider a June ballot measure that would raise Bay Area bridge tolls to pay for transportation projects.

April 12, Vallejo A&E Source: The Men of Worth brings Scottish, Irish tunes to Benicia Museum

Life is so good, James Keigher must be tempted to pinch himself. What he won't do is kiss a blarney stone.

Fire In Classroom Caused By Cooking On Stove

A fire in a Benicia elementary school classroom this morning started on top of a stove in a kitchen area, a fire division chief said. There were students in the classroom at the time and staff of Robert Semple Elementary School at 2015 E. Third St. quickly put out the fire with an extinguisher, Benicia Fire Division Chief Jed Matcham said.

Garden this spring with the help from California Native Plant Societya s plant sale

This spring consider native plants for your garden by visiting the California Native Plant Society's semi-annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 5 at Heritage Presbyterian Church, 1400 East Second St. in Benicia. "If you are interested in finding plants that are well suited to our soil and drought-prone climate, and attractive to people as well as birds and beneficial insects, you should come to our plant sale" said Steven Goetz, president of the Willis Jepson Chapter of CNPS.

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