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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
Good News: Chamber honors Servpro as Fairfield's Business of the Year
When people first meet the team at Servpro of Fairfield, it is often on one of the most chaotic and stressful days of their lives. Servpro specializes in residential and commercial restoration and cleaning services.DUI enforcement efforts start Friday, continue through Labor Day
The annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" impaired-driving prevention campaign kicks off Friday in Fairfield and other areas of the county. DUI saturation patrols will be conducted each weekend of the national campaign, which runs through the end of Labor Day, Sept.Fairfield Public Works chief retiring; top assistant stepping in
He will be replaced by the assistant director, Julie Lucido, according to a statement posted on the city manager's page of the city website. Hicks, who also has served as Public Works director for Winters, Suisun City and Healdsburg, began his career in Fairfield as an engineering intern in 1981.Fairfield sheet metal center aims to build future
On one side of the political spectrum, the drum beat is often about putting America back to work. On the other side, the refrain is for higher wages to rebuild the middle class.Fairfield man accused of killing off-duty cop to stand trial
A Fairfield man who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to a charge of murder relating to the death of his girlfriend's father last year will be forced to stand trial in October, a Solano County Superior Court judge confirmed Wednesday. Robert J. Vega, 32, is accused of killing off-duty Richmond police officer Augustine Vegas Jr., 58, at his Glen Cove home in the early morning hours of Feb. 11, and then kidnapping his 6-year-old son, who is Vegas' grandson.Students to get supplies boost from NorthBay program
Hundreds of students at two Solano County elementary schools will get a better start to the new school year because of donations to the Fill-the-Ambulance program. "Anytime you can get resources into the hands of kids, it's going to have a powerful impact," said George Porter, the first-year principal at Fairview Elementary School in Fairfield.Solano County welcomes two new smoke-free apartment complexes
The Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, and Vibe Solano are pleased to announce two new smoke-free apartment complexes, including Grande Vista Apartments in Fairfield and Autumn Oaks in Suisun City. By going smoke-free, these two apartment complexes mark the 18 and 19th living facilities to go smoke-free in Solano County.Vacaville vigil stands against racism and hate
In the midst of the calamity at the "Unite the Right" rally, one person drove a car into a crowd of counter-protestors marching through the area, resulting in one death and injuring more than a dozen others. According to previous reports, James Alex Fields Jr. of Ohio was charged with second-degree murder in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday after authorities said he's the one that drove into the crowd.Greater Purpose Church hopes to bring greater purpose to community
Living Water Baptist church will launch the Greater Purpose Church of Fairfield with a community-focused prayer and outreach service from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Fairfield Community Center. The City Prayer Revival will feature prayer time, live music and singing, church resource ministries, preaching, child care and booths for community partner resources.Suspect in Fairfield ARCO shooting agrees to postpone plea
The 21-year-old ex-con accused of shooting and wounding a man Friday afternoon in an exchange of gunfire at a Fairfield gas station made his first court appearance Tuesday. Manuel A. Rodrigues, of Fairfield, did not enter a plea to charges of attempted murder, assault with a semi-automatic handgun and being a felon with a gun.Seasoned criminal makes court appearance ahead of trial for alleged armed robbery
A suspect in a 2015 home invasion robbery in Fairfield made an appearance in court Tuesday ahead of his November trial. Duane H. Wildman, 33, faces charges of robbery, assault with a firearm on a person, false imprisonment and two counts of failing to appear on a felony charge.Fairfield Tomato Festival returns
Sample fried tomatoes, tomato jam or even tomato ice cream at the 26th annual Tomato Festival, which returns to downtown Fairfield this weekend. Heirloom tomatoes and other fresh produce will be available for purchase, and vendors will be serving a wide variety of tomato-based foods, such as fried green tomatoes, tomato jam and tomato ice cream.Council eyes more money for Carmel Valley firm to assist Fairfield
The city will pay up to $110,000 for more human resources management by Regional Government Services of Carmel Valley if the Fairfield City Council goes along Tuesday with a staff recommendation. A $125,000 contract with Regional Government Services won City Council approval in December on a 3-2 vote after a staff report said the city Human Resources Division has three vacant positions and Fairfield faced immediate staffing demands until the jobs are filled, a staff report said.Former manager of Fairfield trailer park faces felony theft charge
The former manager of Almond Acres trailer park was ordered Monday face a felony theft charge for allegedly pocketing more than $1,600 in residents' rent payments in March and April. Michael J. Prefetto, 50, was arrested after two residents of the Olive Avenue trailer park in Fairfield told police they had paid their rents to Perfetto but subsequently received notices from the park's owner that their rent was past due.Fairfield council eyes $100,000 pact with Amtrak for public address,...
A $100,000 contract with Amtrak for a public address and information display system at the new train station goes before City Council members Tuesday. The city staff anticipates the cost will be less than the $100,000 total authorization but because of the multiple-agency coordination and complexities of bringing train serve to the new station, the total accounts for potential cost impacts, a report to the council said.Hikes for youth, adults on tap at Lynch Canyon, Rush Ranch
The Solano Land Trust and Solano County Parks offer a kids' hike at 9:15 a.m. Sunday at Lynch Canyon. It will be a combination of a scavenger hunt/bingo game.Judge orders Fairfield man to stand trial on vehicular manslaughter charge
A Fairfield man who claims to have had "a shot of Hennessy and a couple of beers," accused of killing a homeless man who witnesses say had been "drinking vodka and Mickey's malt liquor all day," was ordered Monday to stand trial on a felony vehicular manslaughter charge. Hamu R. Kabili Jr. has pleaded not guilty to the vehicular manslaughter charge and to felony charges of driving under the influence of alcohol.
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