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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
Military Notes: Airman from Fairfield completes training

U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman Eduardo L. Cruz graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. Cruz is the son of Aristeo and Irma Cruz and brother of Liliana Cruz and Gabriela Cruz, all of Fairfield.

Limits on containers for donated clothes wins Fairfield panel's OK

New zoning that requires containers for donated clothing to be spaced at least 1,000 feet apart and limits where they can go won city Planning Commission approval Wednesday after concerns about graffiti and illegal dumping at collection sites. Miller spoke about how some property owners have told the city they didn't approve of the unstaffed collection containers on their land.

Accused ice cream truck bandit pleads not guilty

A Vallejo man accused of stealing an ice cream truck in Fairfield in March was back Thursday in court, where he pleaded not guilty to several felony charges. Tony A. Walker, 30, faces charges of first-degree burglary, carjacking and vehicle theft.

Three co-defendants in shooting, robbery case back in court

Three men arrested in a robbery that left one person injured as a result of a shooting appeared together Thursday in court. Derrick D. James, Eddie S. Thomas, and Ceariaco P. Cabrellis all face charges of robbery, kidnapping, and terrorist threats.

Woman sues Jelly Belly for false advertising

Wind Advisory issued May 25 at 3:47AM MST expiring May 25 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Warning issued May 25 at 5:12AM MST expiring May 25 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Warning issued May 24 at 3:04PM MST expiring May 25 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Watch issued May 23 at 12:59PM MST expiring May 25 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo FAIRFIELD, CA - APRIL 2: Jelly beans sit in a bin waiting to be packaged on the assembly line at the Jelly Belly Factory April 2, 2007 in Fairfield, California. The Jelly Belly Factory produces approximately 14 billion jelly beans a year.

Free Fairfield class explores getting rid of stress while grieving

Sadness, tearfulness and a lack of energy are common symptoms for people who are grieving. So is an increased level of stress.

Fairfield letting Vallejo bogart marijuana taxes

A meeting on medical and recreational marijuana occurred last week in Vallejo with city officials, a Berkeley professor, a representative from a dispensary and one from NORML The meeting was to discuss the economic impact of Proposition 64 recreational marijuana use becoming legal on Jan. 1. It was a proactive meeting that every community should be having. Fairfield's dated "reefer madness" approach to medical marijuana dispensaries in the past has, unfortunately, handed Vallejo the leading role in Solano County for dispensaries as well as helped position them to reap the economic benefits of recreational pot.

Serial robbery suspect appears in court

A Fairfield man believed to have committed a slew of robberies in two days throughout Fairfield and Suisun City made an appearance Wednesday in Solano County Superior Court. Edwin V. Gaona, 31, faces two counts of felony robbery and five counts of attempted robbery, as well as probation violation.

Woman sues Jelly Belly, claiming she didna t know jelly beans were packed with sugar

Assorted jelly bean flavors are seen at the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield. The company is being sued over the labeling on its Sport Beans.

Fairfield-Suisun school district agenda: Measure J contracts, 2017-18 budget update

Several large construction contracts, some of them related to Measure J, and an update on Gov. Jerry Brown's "May revise" state budget are on the agenda when Fairfield-Suisun Unified leaders meet tonight in Fairfield. The seven-member governing board is expected to approve a $131,000 contract, funded by Measure J, with All Commercial Fence, a Waterford-based firm in Stanislaus County, for a fencing project at Green Valley Middle School.

IPL buys California-based molder Macro Plastics

In a bid to expand its footprint in the U.S. market and the growing South American market, Quebec-based injection molder IPL Inc. has purchased Macro Plastics Inc., a California-based manufacturer of rigid plastic bulk bins, for US$150 million. "Macro is the largest manufacturer of rigid plastic bulk bins worldwide and is a market leader in providing value-added rigid plastic bulk packaging solutions to the agricultural and automotive sectors, and operates some of the largest bulk machines in North America," IPL said in a statement.

Botched Vacaville robbery lands trio in prison

Osis Smith, 23, Theodious K. Kocher, 18, and Keith Slade, 20, tried to rob a Canterbury Circle home during which a shot was fired as one of the residents tried to wrest a gun away from Slade. Because Slade had the gun, he took the hardest hit in the package plea deal made in February on the eve of a jury trial.

Convicted torturer denied parole

A convicted torturer currently serving a life sentence was denied parole Tuesday, the Solano County District Attorney's Office announced. Thomas J. Johnson, 57, pleaded guilty to torture Feb. 10, 1994, and was handed down a life sentence with the possibility of parole.

Fairfield police arrest man in sexual battery case

A 30-year-old Fairfield man is in Solano County jail after police said he groped a 12-year-old girl in front of her mother at a convenience store on the 1400 block of West Texas Street. Fairfield police arrested Luis M. Navarro, 30, late Friday afternoon after being called to the 7-Eleven at West Texas Street and First Street.

Jury trial date set for Fairfield woman accused of drowning grandson

A jury trial date for a Fairfield grandmother accused of intentionally drowning her 4-year-old grandson last year was set Tuesday in Solano County Superior Court. Dawn D. Raines-Hewes, 52, who faces charges of murder and assault on a child, is scheduled to begin trial Sept.

Class offers criminal justice students real-life experience

Anthony Lopes and Maria Hernandez have long held dreams of a law enforcement career, but neither knew how to achieve it. Until a new course at Solano Community College, in partnership with the Solano County Sheriff's Office, popped up, offering academics and real-life training.

Five People Arrested in Connection to Smash-and-Grab at Roseville Galleria Jewelry Store

Five people have been arrested in connection to a smash-and-grab robbery at DeVon's Jewelry in the Roseville Galleria on Monday. The suspects have been identified as Wade Wilson, 24, of Vallejo; Bobby Youngs, 32, of Fairfield; Melekei Dunn, 22, of Fairfield; Trevon Lennitte-Davis, 23, of Fairfield; and Denzel Patterson, 24, of Fairfield.

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