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Fairfield was named by clippership captain Robert H. Waterman, whose former hometown was Fairfield, Connecticut. Artifacts have been found here which date back five to six thousand years. Some notable major employers, which are quite varied, include Anheuser-Busch, Clorox, and the Jelly Belly Candy Company makes its specialty jelly beans in Fairfield. It is also the home of Travis Air Force Base.

Population: 106521
Local Newspapers: Daily Republic
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA) San Francisco 49ers
Local Colleges: Solano Community College Brandman University

Zip Codes associated with fairfield, california: 94523 94533 94535
Towns/Cities near fairfield, california : Suisun City Green Valley Rockville Travis Air Force Base

Fairfield News
The Tax Watchers: There can be no justice without respect

Comedian Rodney Dangerfield's most famous line was, "I get no respect." Unfortunately, today that seems to be the case for many of our critical institutions.

Vallejo man, 56, sentenced for assault and battery of live-in girlfriend

A Vallejo man on Friday was sentenced to 10 days in Solano County Jail and three years probation for the 2017 assault and battery of his live-in girlfriend. After a jury trial, Judge William Pendergast pronounced the punishment against Curtis Reese, 56, in Department 11 of the Solano County Superior Court in Fairfield.

Lengthy investigation leads to 4 arrests at Fairfield motel

A monthlong investigation by the Fairfield Police Department resulted in the arrest of four people on various allegations, according to a press release. Police say they executed search warrants early Thursday at a motel on the 2200 block of North Texas Street with the assistance of Fairfield Code Enforcement and the Fairfield Fire Department.

Back in the Day: Take my old school Fairfield quiz and win a prize! Part 1

The rules are simple: Take the quiz, email me your answers to with the word "QUIZ" in the subject line. The answers, along with some commentary, will be in my April 23 column .

'Why Poetry Matters' is theme of Solano foundation reception

The reception and poetry reading are from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Solano County Events Center, 601 Texas St. There will be hors d'oeuvres. Wine will be provided by Caymus.

Career fair about the trades

The North Bay Apprenticeship Coordinators Association Union Apprenticeship will host a hands-on Construction Career Fair today at the Carpenters Training Center in Fairfield. The event - a chance for high school students to get a glimpse of what is needed to land a job in the skilled trades and the salaries that come with them - begins at 8:30 a.m. and continues to 1:30 p.m. at the center, 800 Chadbourne Road.

Goleta Hires Consultant to Craft Cannabis Land-Use Ordinance, Tax Ballot Measure

The Goleta City Council has agreed to hire SCI Consulting Group to help craft a package of marijuana-related regulations and outline a potential tax measure on cannabis companies. The agreement passed Tuesday within the consent calendar calls for the cannabis consultant to analyze Goleta's land-use ordinance regulations, prepare and review taxation methodology, and detail the possible ballot initiative to tax marijuana sale for recreational purposes in the city.

Barnes attempted murder trial continues for sixth day

A Solano County Superior Court jury on Wednesday met for the sixth time to hear testimony and to determine if a Fairfield man - found guilty last year of repeatedly stabbing a woman at a Vacaville CVS drug store in August 2015 - committed the act of violence with premeditation and deliberation. If James E. Barnes, 44, is found guilty of the special finding, it will raise the second-degree charge of attempted murder to a first-degree level and he will face significant prison time.

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.

Mixed-use Fairfield project garners concerns over apartment buildings

Developers of a new mixed-use project at Business Center Drive and Suisun Valley Road rolled out their 13-acre development to a generally skeptical reception Tuesday night. While there was a kind of consensus that favored the retail and commercial elements of the Green Valley II Mixed-Use Project, the estimated 258 apartment units - ranging from studios to three-bedroom units - was equally opposed.

Man takes plea deal, avoids trial in fatal Fairfield shooting

Warren H. Sloan, 47, agreed to take a prison sentence of 27 years and four months in exchange for pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter and using a gun to commit a homicide. Sloan shot Clarence James, 47, four times March 12, 2012, during a botched robbery in the driveway of James' home on Hayes Street.

SCC trustees to receive budget update

A community college district budget update, budget increase requests, several construction change orders are on the agenda when Solano Community College leaders meet tonight in Fairfield. Also, trustees will approve a resolution to declare May 14 to 18 as Classified School Employee Week in the community college district, which includes the main Fairfield campus, and the Vacaville and Vallejo centers.

Garamendi plans Rio Vista town hall session

U.S. Rep. John Garamendi, who is seeking a sixth two-year term in Congress, will take part in a town hall meeting May 12 at the senior center. The meeting, in conjunction with the Rio Vista Democratic Club, will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the center, located at 25 Main St. Garamendi represents the state's 3rd Congressional District, which includes eastern and northern Solano County to include Fairfield and Travis Air Force Base, Suisun City, Vacaville, Dixon and Rio Vista, and the nearby city of Winters, just across the Solano-Yolo county line.

Court to hear appeal of imprisoned Fairfield man

The Court of Appeal in San Francisco on Monday scheduled oral arguments in the appeal of a Fairfield man convicted of killing his girlfriend in 1996. Lonnie Kerley is locked up in a prison near Soledad.

Transient to face May prelim hearing on charges of dissuading, soliciting a witness

A preliminary hearing of a transient accused of dissuading a witness and soliciting someone to commit a crime related to his pending rape hearing has been set for next month in Solano County Superior Court. Darrell Dickerson, 38, and his Fairfield defense attorney, John Coffer, and Deputy District Attorney Daniel Madow were in visiting Judge Arvid Johnson's courtroom Monday morning in Fairfield to set the hearing time and date on the news charges at 10 a.m. May 14 in Department 17. In a brief interview afterward, Madow said he had recently learned that Dickerson, while in Solano County Jail on the rape charge, tried to dissuade and solicit someone not to testify.

Fairfield offers grant funds to downtown, West Texas Street businesses

Business and property owners in the Downtown and West Texas Street areas of Fairfield can now get help from the city to improve the appearance of their buildings. The Façade Improvement Program is part of an ongoing revitalization effort in the Heart of Fairfield Plan area.

Fairfield man gets 21 years for attempted murder, manslaughter

A Solano County Superior Court judge sentenced a Fairfield man found guilty of killing one man and wounding another during a 2014 Vallejo shooting to a two-decade term behind bars. Judge Carlos R. Gutierrez on Monday morning sentenced Frederick D. Lewis Jr. to 21 years in state prison for manslaughter and attempted murder.

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