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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.
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 woman dies after swept out to sea
Victoria Alvarez, 19, was apparently hit by a large wave she did not see coming, knocking her off-balance and taking her out into the surf at 1:35 p.m. Four others were swept into the ocean by the wave, but were able to swim back into shore, media reports state. A California State Parks lifeguard and a Bodega Bay firefighter entered the water within minutes, finding Alvarez floating facedown and unconscious, the reports stated.Sunset Animal Hospital Fosters Awareness in Pet Owners During Pet Dental Month
With February being Pet Dental Health Month, the veterinary team at Sunset Animal Hospital wants to help pet owners understand how to improve pet dental care at home and through in-office visits. Pet dental exams, routine cleanings, and check-ups help pets and their owners maintain the oral health of their pets.Solano supervisors review county-owned facilities: now and into future
Solano County's 2.25 million square feet of office and other buildings are, for the most part, in good shape. A report given to the Board of Supervisors at a special meeting Tuesday indicated that 84 percent of all facilities countywide rate as good.Railroad Avenue closes for pipeline construction
A section of Railroad Avenue on the east side of Sunset Avenue will be closed until April to allow work crews to install a new Fairfield water main. Fairfield is installing the water transmission main to connect existing pipelines at both ends of Railroad Avenue.Council OKs new $125,000 cost to demolish Mission Solano outreach center
The city's cost to demolish Mission Solano's outreach center on Travis Boulevard rises to $125,000 - covering additional costs for lead and asbestos abatement along with soil remediation due to pesticide use - in changes City Council members approved Tuesday. Fairfield decided last February to spend $50,000 and help provide the Fairfield-Suisun School District with funding needed to acquire the property and expand an adjacent campus, a city staff report said.Fairfield attempted murder suspect accepts deal
A man previously facing an attempted murder charge in connection to a May shooting on Grande Circle in Fairfield pleaded no contest Tuesday in Solano County Superior Court to two felony firearm-related charges. As part of the plea agreement, the attempted murder charge was dismissed by the judge and the man is likely to serve a two year state prison sentence for his role in the shooting.Kindness contest, proposed budget reductions on Fairfield-Suisun district agenda
A Kindness Video Contest presentation, recommended budget reductions for the 2017-18 year, and the sunshining of a classified contract proposal are on the agenda when Fairfield-Suisun Unified leaders meet Thursday in Fairfield. As they have recently at other area trustee meetings, staff from the offices of Supervisor John Vasquez and District Attorney Krishna Abrams will present information about a contest the two have devised: The Power of Kindness.Emergency crews kept busy with latest storm
A motorist escaped injury after skidding his vehicle into a ditch off Railroad Avenue in Suisun City about 1 p.m. on Monday, as emergency service crews were kept busy with the latest storm to hit Solano County. "I would say speed for the conditions," said Crone, explaining that the two-door coupe hit a sign and a wall at Almond Tree Storage before going into the ditch.Supervisors to eye 20-year draft master plan for three county campuses
Two years after contracting with Sacramento-based Dreyfuss & Blackford, a 20-year draft master plan for three Solano County campuses is ready. The county's Board of Supervisors is set to take a look at the plan - which focuses on the Downtown Fairfield Campus, the Solano Business Park Campus, and the Claybank Road campus in Fairfield.Fairfield council eyes state-mandated parking changes
Zoning code amendments for secondary residential units - changes the city Planning Commission chairman has said are forced "down our throats by the state Legislature" - go before Fairfield City Council on Tuesday. The city can no longer require parking spaces for secondary units under certain circumstances, a staff report said of state mandates.Supervisors turn focus to Solano County facilities
Solano County supervisors are going to take a tour into the future of the county facilities when they meet Tuesday. A public hearing on the five-year Capital Facilities Improvement Plan follows a report on facilities maintenance during 2016 and is followed by a presentation of the 20-year master plan for the three county campuses in Fairfield.Suisun Wildlife Center celebrates 40 years of service
Wild creatures great and small have for the past four decades had friends in the area to help them when they were hurt and needed a place to recuperate, something members of the community celebrated Saturday by sharing old memories and by making new ones. Volunteers at the Suisun Wildlife Center have spent the better part of a half-century helping feathered and furry animals get well and, when possible, return to the wild.Blue Apron news a big win for Fairfield
Like many people, we love to eat but believe cooking is a household task we don't necessarily look forward to. With all the technology advancements available today, it seems like our kitchens should now have equipment that automatically prepares and dispenses your every meal.Vacaville Fire Department Awards Ceremony honors heroic acts
Capt. Ryan Purnell is handed the Firefighter of the Year Award from Vacaville Fire Department Chief Kris Concepcion Thursday at the department's Annual Awards Ceremony. Dom Pruett - The Reporter On Jan. 18, 2016, Johnson left her Steiger Hill Road home and drove to her daughter's house across town to visit with her 3-month-old grandchild.No injuries as Fairfield rescue effort backs up freeway traffic
A distraught 35-year-old Fairfield resident was rescued Saturday from the Travis Boulevard overpass over the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80, according to police. Officers responded to the scene at approximately 2:40 p.m. and found a man clinging to fencing on the south side of the overpass.Rockville Springs debate returns to Fairfield City Council
The proposed Rockville Springs development near Interstate 80 returns Tuesday to the City Council with three options: Approve the original project of 254 homes on 39 acres, support an alternative of 184 homes on 28 acres or deny the development outright. The 184-home alternative includes commercial land along Suisun Valley Road, a city staff report said.Deal promises prison in failed Vacaville home-invasion robbery case
Three men set to stand trial next week for their roles in an October 2016 home invasion robbery in Vacaville took plea deals Friday that will land them all in prison. Osis Smith, 23, Theodious K. Kocher, 18, and Keith Slade, 20, joined in a botched armed break-in of a Canterbury Circle home during which a shot was fired as one of the residents tried to wrest a gun away from Slade.
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