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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
Authorities ID driver killed in Dixon crash as Winters man
The man killed Wednesday in a crash near Dixon has been identified as Jose Umberto Leon Leal, 41, of Winters, the Solano County Coroner said. He was driving a pickup at about 4:15 p.m. on Putah Creek Road when a car hit the back of the Ford F-150 and the truck went off the road into a tree, the California Highway Patrol said.2 hurt in Fairfield crash that blocks Courage Drive
Two people were hurt in a crash Friday afternoon along Courage Drive that may be related to speeding, according to police. Sgt. Sam Rowland said at the scene that the preliminary investigation indicates the driver of a red four-door sedan was driving at an unsafe rate of speed on eastbound Courage Drive when he failed to negotiate the right curve of the roadway, drifted into the adjacent lane and hit a black sport utility vehicle that was also headed east on Courage Drive.Vacaville man arrested in connection with inappropriately touching a child
Fairfield police were notified Sept. 16 that a man had accosted a 7-year-old girl at a retailer in the 3000 block of Travis Boulevard.Church notes: Oct. 21, 2017
The Rev. Bentley Stewart's message is "What if God Doesn't Go With Us?" from Exodus 33:12-23.Landowner drops appeal of city OK for former Colonial Motel site development
A landowner next to the site of the former Colonial Motel at 200 E. Tabor Ave. - planned for a 23-unit apartment that includes "workforce housing" - has dropped his appeal of city approval for the project. Art Garben had said the apartment development would interfere with access to his nearby property but an Oct. 5 letter from his attorney to the city describes the matter as resolved by the apartment developer buying the quarter-acre that Garben owns.Mild conditions help crews quench region's deadly wildfires
Cooler conditions with mild winds - and noticeable precipitation that arrived in Fairfield early Thursday night and provided relief to the west - helped an army of firefighters contain a series of deadly fires that have ravaged the region for more than a week. The death toll attributed to the various wildfires remained unchanged Thursday at 42. That includes 23 people in Sonoma County, 22 from the devastating Tubbs Fire and one from the destructive Nuns Fire; eight in the Redwood Valley Fire in Mendocino County; seven in Napa County, six in the Atlas Fire that crossed into Solano County and one in the Nuns Fire; and four in the Cascade Fire in Yuba County.October 19 Vallejo A&E Source: Con Funk Shun returns to Solano County roots with Fairfield gig
Con Funk Shun is part of Solano County music history with its Vallejo roots since 1968. The band that includes Felton Pilate, above, and Vacaville's Michael Cooper, visits the Downtown Theatre in Fairfield with two shows Nov. 11. Pictured is one of the group's earlier albums.Court upholds vodka case sentence, stemming from Fairfield robbery
Ventor Bracy's second-degree robbery conviction for taking a bottle of vodka from a man leaving the CVS Pharmacy on Travis Boulevard has been upheld by a state appellate court. Fairfield resident Bracy, 21, was sentenced in December to 270 days in county jail and placed on three years of probation for the Nov. 29, 2014, robbery of a man unlocking his bicycle outside the pharmacy.The Other Side: I was worse than silent on sexual harassment
If you've spent any time on social media the past week you've seen a tremendous number of people posting "Me too" acknowledging that they'd been sexually harassed or assaulted. The exercise, popularized by actress Alyssa Milano, has gone viral as a way to demonstrate the scope of the problem.Trial begins for veteran accused of killing off-duty Richmond police officer
The trial of an Iraq War veteran accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend's father last year started Wednesday in Solano County Superior Court. The defendant, Robert J. Vega, 32, of Fairfield, is charged with murder and kidnapping in the Feb. 11, 2016, killing of off-duty Richmond police officer Augustine "Gus" Vegas, who was shot inside his Vallejo home after waking up to shouting from an argument between his daughter and Vega.Winter homeless sheltering programs planned for Vacaville, Fairfield
Planning has begun for Vacaville's third annual winter homeless sheltering program and word has it that the 2018 program will be much different than in years past. At this week's meeting with Solano's faith community, public safety officials, homeless advocates and others, organizers explained that, due to changes occurring at Mission Solano, there will now be two winter shelter programs split by cities.The Latest: Solano board extends local emergency, but county's role changing
FAIRFIELD 3:49 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017) - Solano County supervisors on Tuesday extended the local emergency created by the Atlas Fire, but were told the county's role has largely shifted to one of mutual aid to Napa and Sonoma counties. Extending the emergency keeps Solano eligible for state and federal reimbursement for any fire-related costs from this point forward.Tri-City NAACP announces December gala
Members of the Tri-City NAACP are planning the organization's Freedom Fund Gala in the Sunrise Banquet Hall and Event Center on Dec. 16. The event, to celebrate accomplishments during the year and to acknowledge the work of people in the Vacaville, Fairfield and Suisun City area, is scheduled from 7 to 11 p.m. Attendees must show their ticket to get in. For more information, contact the group at email@example.com , call 389-6020 or send a text message to 415-802-9551.Sacramento resident faces trial in case of Armijo High musical instruments theft
Testimony by a Sacramento pawn shop manager, two Fairfield police detectives and an Armijo High School music teacher preceded a judge's decision Monday that Christian McCollister will face trial on a felony charge of receiving stolen property after the April 2016 theft of school band instruments. Solano County Superior Court Judge E. Bradley Nelson after the preliminary hearing also ruled against a defense motion to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.Fairfield man accused of sexually abusing young girl arraigned on new charge
A Fairfield man whose sexual assault trial ended with a mistrial last month after he reportedly threatened the alleged victim's mother was back in court Tuesday, where he pleaded not guilty to an intimidating a witness charge. Miguel G. Pelayo, 39, has also pleaded not guilty to charges of false imprisonment, lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14, aggravated sexual assault, rape by force, sexual penetration by a foreign object on a victim under the age of 18, and criminal threats.VIDEO: Fairfield 'glass house' destroyed in North Bay Firestorm
One of the many recognizable Bay Area landmarks lost in the wildfires is the so-called "glass house" in Fairfield. The huge hilltop home was lost in the Atlas Fire.Along for the ride at Cool Patch Pumpkins
Sophia Cardenas, 11 months, hitches a ride in a wagon as her brother Arturo, 3, both of Fairfield, provides the power during their visit to Cool Patch Pumpkins Monday in Dixon to find the perfect gourd for Halloween. In their new location along Dixon Avenue, just off Interstate 80, Cool Patch offers a 40-acre pumpkin patch, a kid's play area and their world-record corn maze.
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