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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
Thomson, Ferrara feud flares during Solano budget session

Solano County Supervisor Skip Thomson on Tuesday accused Sheriff Thomas A. Ferrara of costing taxpayers "hundreds of thousands of dollars" by violating policies and mismanaging staff time. Ferrara, who did not attend the Board of Supervisors meeting, said the comments are motivated by personal and political reasons.

News Flash: Land exchange, project extension earn Fairfield commission nod

The Fairfield Planning Commission unanimously approved two land exchanges Wednesday and granted a time extension for the Gateway 80 development. The land exchanges formalized previous agreements the city held related to two developments - The Villages at Fairfield and Canon Station.

Fairfield man gets 7-year prison term for groping girls

A Fairfield man who authorities believe stalked three young children at stores in Fairfield and Suisun City in October 2016 and who groped their buttocks when he caught them away from their parents was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison. The mother of one of the three girls told the judge, in a letter, that her daughter was now afraid to be anywhere in public with others.

Federal prosecutors take up case against Fairfield couple

The good news for the couple arrested by Fairfield undercover officers in February for drug dealing is that local prosecutors dropped a pending hearing Monday. The bad news is federal prosecutors have taken on the case and the couple remain locked up without bail.

No devices found after bomb threats force evacuations at Solano College's 3 campuses

Law enforcement scoured Solano Community College's Rockville, Vacaville and Vallejo campuses Monday after receiving two telephone calls reporting bombs on all three campuses. The first came, in a male voices, was picked up by college staff about 12:05 p.m. A second call, this time in a female voice, was received at the college at approximately 12:08 p.m. and made the same vague threats.

The Last Laugh: I present my actual (e)mail bag

For a number of years now, I've done a recurring feature where I pretend to answer mail that I actually just made up. After a millisecond of brainstorming on what to call it, I settled on Made-Up Mailbag.

Solano Community College campuses evacuated after bomb threat, nothing was found

California Highway Patrol Officers inform a visitor to the Vacaville campus of Solano Community College that the building is closed due to a bomb threat that was called in to the college claiming that there were bombs at all three campuses. Joel Rosenbaum - The Reporter Already dealing with a lost hour Monday due to Daylight Savings Time, students, staff and faculty at Solano Community College's three campuses also missed class time due to a potential bomb threat.

The Week Ahead: Solano Disabilities Resource Fair to unveils new website

Solano County will unveil a new website designed for people with disabilities at a Disabilities Resource Fair that's scheduled Thursday at the Solano County Events Center. The event is hosted by Solano County Health and Social Services in partnership with the DisABILITY Planning Group, in observance of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

At the Library: Solano supervisor invites constituents to office hours

Supervisor Monica Brown will have office hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fairfield Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Drive. Brown represents the 2nd District, which includes Cordelia Villages and a portion of the Green Valley area of Fairfield, rural Cordelia and rural Green Valley, the southern portion of Suisun City, Benicia and the southern half of Vallejo.

The Week Ahead: Christian music tour to stop at St. Mark's in Fairfield

The City RockFest Tour is an annual traveling showcase for some of the most popular and up-and-coming Christian rock/alternative/metal bands who couple cacophonous guitars with heavenly lyrics. The yearly tour began in 2014.

Biz Buzz: Common Grounds Coffee Bar opens in Fairfield

All proceeds after expenses are donated to Destiny Rescue - an Indiana-based nonprofit that rescues young people from sex-trafficking. Common Grounds is open from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and offers coffee, mochas, lattes, cappuccinos, espresso, hot teas, snacks and free Wi-Fi.

Biz Buzz: The Pit Stop leases retail space in Fairfield

Andree Benson leased 2,800 square feet of retail space at 2026 N. Texas St. in Fairfield to The Pit Stop with the help of Premier Commercial. Do you have some business news to share? Contact Susan Hiland at .

Biz Buzz: Fairfield retail space sells to Vacaville firm

Premier Commercial represented Swagr LLC in the sale of 7,626 square feet of retail building at 1730 Travis Blvd. in Fairfield to Vacaville Self Storage Group. Do you have some business news to share? Contact Susan Hiland at .

Women Making a Difference: Determination important as single mom prepares for new career

That same drive is carrying her through classes at Solano Community College while being a single mom to her 5-year-old son, Hunter Johnson. "Never in a million years did I think I could go to college," said the Fairfield resident, who is the 2018 recipient of Soroptimist International of Central Solano County's Live Your Dream Award.

Fairfield's 'Bird Rescue' seeks animal care volunteers

By volunteering at International Bird Rescue - SF Bay , volunteers can make a huge contribution to aquatic birds. When deciding to volunteer, here are some things to consider: 1. Wild birds are not pets.

Gayle Vaughan: Engaging young voters

The League of Women Voters Benicia would like to congratulate Benicia High School for its outstanding achievements in student civic engagement. The LWV Benicia has been active in their program for several years, going into senior government classes to explain the voting process and register students to vote.

Danette Mitchell: Back candidates who use trial and error approach

Wednesday, 10 different organizations collaborated and hosted a countywide forum featuring local candidates running for election in the June primary. The super forum, held at Jelly Belly Candy Co.

Scrapbook: March 2018

Rotary Club of Cordelia President Jason Perkins and Community Chair Tom Recknagel present a $2,000 check to Kathy Adler and Christine Tooby of the Zimmerman Patient Care Fund on Feb. 20. The fund connects homebound patients with services including in-home safety evaluations, depression screenings, links to meal programs, transportation assistance and lifeline referrals. Sun during the club's Feb. 14 meeting at the Courtyard by Marriott in Fairfield.

Solano sheriff hopeful pitches candidacy to taxpayer group

Dan Marshall wants to use corrections officers from the jail to handle duties that he said otherwise take an already limited number of deputies off the streets. Topping that list are assignments related to inmate care at hospitals and transporting arrested suspects from outlying areas - including city police arrests - to the county jail.

Family Life: Returning to work after illness proves a challenge

I had to have my gallbladder removed in late January after a visit in the emergency room at Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center. Although not a pleasant experience, I was glad to no longer be suffering or in pain.

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