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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
Community welcomes new fire station to Fairfield

July is typically the month when Fairfield's exceptional fire service professionals tackle their busiest period for service calls. And if a service call happens to be for the Cordelia area of Fairfield, the fire battalion will be dispatched from Station 35's new building at 600 Lopes Road.

Good News: Area students make Alabama's academic lists

Kelsey M Daugherty and Mackenzie Ann Shrock, both of Vacaville, made the president's lis and Madeline Walcott, of Fairfield, and Kristen Mae Travo, of Travis Air Force Base, made the dean's list for the spring semester at the University of Alabama. Students must have a 4.0 grade-point average to make the president's list, and must have a 3.5 GPA or better to make the dean's list.

Butterflies take flight at NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement

Jasmine Marks blows bubbles at a butterfly launch and celebration of life event held Friday at NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement in Fairfield. Jessica Rogness - The Reporter Linda Pribble, NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement coordinator, invited children to blow bubbles and to feel the box containing 50 live Painted Lady butterflies from Fragrant Acres Butterfly Farm in Georgia.

Fairfield man gets 25 years for sex trafficking young girl

A 25-year-old Fairfield man was sentenced Friday to more than 15 years in prison for pimping out a young girl, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced. U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell, Jr. sentenced Michael Anthony Holmes of Fairfield, to 15 years and eight months in prison for sex trafficking a minor, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced.

Military Notes: Airman with local ties complete basic training

U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Paris A. Davis graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. Davis is the son of Karen D. Davis, grandson of Solomon J. Davis, nephew of Teresa M. Davis, husband of Alyssa E. Ansell, and son-in-law of Loreen and Mark Ansell, all of Fairfield.

Know the symptoms of heat exhaustion, heat stroke

This week's triple-digit temperatures create a substantial risk for heat-related illnesses, according to Solano County public health officials. "Solano residents should find relief from these extremely high temperatures," Dr. Bela Matyas, the county's Public Health Officer, said in a press release.

Traffic stop results in arrest, seizure of drugs and a firearm

A traffic stop Monday afternoon in Vacaville led to the arrest of a parolee and the seizure of a buffet of drugs and a loaded handgun. After stopping the vehicle for a violation, police said, Officer Laura Bellamy ran a check on the driver.

Testimony begins in trial of Fairfield women charged in husband's death

The prosecution began its case Wednesday against a Fairfield mother who faces an involuntary manslaughter charge for the death of her husband after he bled to death hours after being stabbed by their 10-year-old stepson. The first prosecution witness to testify was the doctor who did the autopsy on Tim Aldrich a few days after his death on the morning of Oct. 25, 2015.

Judge orders trial for man charged in deadly Fairfield shooting

A two-day probable cause hearing for an 18-year-old Fairfield man facing a murder charge ended Wednesday with a judge ordering a jury trial. Jorge W. Hernandez, who has pleaded not guilty, joined three acquaintances on the night of Dec. 10 for a quick stop at a Phoenix Drive convenience store where they confronted another group in the parking lot, according to testimony at the hearing.

Fairfield awards $1.8M paving contract after bid protest

City Council members awarded a $1.8 million contract to a Modesto company for paving work after a West Sacramento contractor complained about alleged deficiencies and irregularities in the low bid by American Pavement Systems. The unanimous vote Tuesday by the Fairfield City Council for the work in Paradise Valley, along Waterman Boulevard and other sites followed Julie Lucido, assistant director of public works, telling the council that the city staff noticed the math error by the Modesto business but that the intent of the bid was clear.

Preliminary hearing date set for Fairfield man accused of helping mother commit suicide

A September preliminary hearing was set Wednesday in Solano County Superior Court for a Fairfield man accused of helping his ailing mother commit suicide at a Vacaville storage center. Eric T. Capitanich, 43, remains out of custody on a charge of aiding a suicide in the death of his mother, Diane Capitanich, 69. On Dec. 7, 2016, Vacaville police responded to a unit at the Peabody Self Storage, where a woman, later identified as Diane Capitanich, was found deceased with a single gunshot wound to the head.

New Fairfield Fire Station 35 hosts long awaited open house

A gym with everything from free weights to a treadmill is on site at the new Station 35 and allows Fairfield firefighters the ability to work out without having to take time away from the house. Joel Rosenbaum - The Reporter About 24 years ago, Fairfield firefighters moved into a warehouse on Edison Court in Cordelia, what was then the temporary Station 35. From 6 to 8 p.m. tonight, community members are invited to the station - at 600 Lopes Road, about a stone's throw from the old site and kitty corner to Rodriguez High School - for some fun.

Suspected serial burglar back in court

Edwin V. Gaona, 31, faces seven counts of robbery charges in total, in addition to battery and probation violation charges. In 2013, Gaona attempted to rob a man of his bike at gunpoint along the Linear Park trail in Fairfield.

Grand jury faults LAFCO for late updates on services

The Solano County grand jury issued a report Tuesday faulting the Solano County Local Agency Formation Commission for not keeping track of the various city governments and local agencies it relies on to make recommendations to state officials. Solano County's LAFCO is composed of five members: two members from the Solano County Board of Supervisors, two mayors and a member of the general public.

Good Samaritans Stop Attack on CHP Officer

The last time these two men saw each other, it was during a fight -- a fight to save a life. When Joel Jones and Greg Bunting met for the first time, they certainly didn't know both shared a strong faith and minister in their own communities.

Details revealed in suspected gang-related shooting that left one dead

A preliminary hearing Tuesday revealed new details in the case of the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Suisun City man in December, as several witnesses and law enforcement officers took the stand to testify. Sulpicio Rios, 19, was shot several times just after 9 p.m. Dec. 10 in the 800 block of East Travis Boulevard in Fairfield.

Gunman in 2010 Fairfield incident makes court appearance

More than seven years since his arrest for allegedly shooting into his neighbor's home, a Fairfield man was back Tuesday in Solano County Superior Court. Stephen E. Scally, 52, has since pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder with use of a firearm, shooting into an occupied dwelling, and possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon.

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