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Benicia is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city once served as the state capital for almost thirteen months in 1853. In 1847 the city was founded by Dr. Robert Semple, Thomas O. Larkin and Comandante General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo. The General had hoped to name the town Francisca after his wife, Francisca Benicia Carillo de Vallejo, but changed his mind when the nearby town of Yerba Buena changed its name to San Francisco. He chose her second given name, Benicia, instead.

Population: 28865
Local Newspapers: El Observador The Daily Republic San Francisco Business Times San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Contra Costa Community College

Zip Codes associated with benicia, california: 94510
Towns/Cities near benicia, california : Martinez Crockett

Benicia News
May 24 Vallejo A&E Source: Pista sa Nayon showcases Fillipino art and culture

It's a phrase that Mel Orpilla would undoubtedly include into any manual on booking the entertainment at a major event - Maaari mong palaging inaasahan ang hindi inaasahang. After 15 years or so working on Pista sa Nayon on the Vallejo waterfront, Orpilla can rely on experience for only so much.

Solano County students monitor health of 8 creeks for 10th year

ECH20 Academy students from Benicia High School will pull out the last sample of creek water being studied by students throughout Solano County for the Solano Resource Conservation District's 10th annual Solano County Biomonitoring Program on Tuesday. Funded by Solano County, Vallejo Flood and Wastewater District, and the city of Benicia, the program engages ninth- through 12th-graders as community scientists.

The incredible shrinking Solano County Fair

Twelve-year-old Maritza Partida Cisneros, with Dixon Ridge 4H, washes her pig as she prepares to show in a market class at the fair in 2017. The fair has been trimmed to two days this year.

Online Q&A: Sheriff candidates offer patrol ideas

These are the full responses the final question asked by the Daily Republic of the Solano County sheriff-coroner candidates before the June 5 primary. "If you had a magic wand to make whatever changes you could to the Sheriff's Office patrol operations, what one or two changes would those be? Then, what specific steps can you take to make those changes a reality?" Take home vehicles for patrol deputies: In recent years, Solano County seems to have some type of natural disaster , every couple of years.

Area crime: Thursday in Benicia, Vallejo

Police said that a concerned citizen flagged them down on West L Street and reported a suspicious person. Officers made contact with Ryan Chase Sanchez, 22, who police say initially gave them a false identity.

Benicia district, teachers reach tentative agreement

BENICIA >> The Benicia Teachers Association and the Benicia Unified School District appear to have reached a tentative agreement after a more than year-long series of contentious negotiations, according to an internal email obtained by the Times-Herald. "There is a mediated, tentative agreement that needs to be voted on by membership … all organizing actions are suspended until further notice," the email reads.

Upcoming Arts Benicia exhibit explores thread, textiles

Arts Benicia's next exhibit, "Thread Count: New Directions in Fiber Art," opens June 2. It will be on view through July 1. "Thread Count: New Directions in Fiber Art" contains a variety of works illustrating the unique qualities of thread and textiles and contemporary techniques of stitch, surface, construction, joinery and embellishment, among others. Exhibition artworks range from wall hangings, to sculptures, to wearables and may include other media incorporated into predominantly fiber works.

Good News: Solano residents join Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

A number of local residents were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. The inductees include: From the University of California, Davis: Matthew Bengel of Fairfield; Raquelmarie Clark of Benicia; Danielle Cruz of Vacaville; Marcie Gradwohl of Vallejo; Heather Guertin of Benicia; Destiney Smith of Dixon; Derek Wadsworth of Fairfield; Jazmyn Wright of Fairfield.

Andres Soto: Bravo, Benicia council

Thank you to the Benicia City Council for developing the priority-based budgeting system this year. The results of the process made clear that many Benicians want the city to prioritize the adoption of an Industrial Safety Ordinance and the protections Benicians deserve.

Benicia Progressive Democrats pick endorsements

BENICIA >> The Progressive Democrats of Benicia have announced their endorsements for the June 5 primary. The organization presented its research on each issue and candidate to the steering committee and then the committee took a final vote on who or what to endorse.

Benicia debuts cannabis information page

BENICIA >> The City of Benicia has developed a webpage to keep residents up to date on everything concerning legal cannabis and its businesses in town. The Benicia City Council approved the regulation of commercial cannabis in February, ushering in a slew of new business models and rules that need to be hammered out.

Vegetation fire on Admiral Callaghan Lane off I-80 scorches three acres

Fire departments from three cities battled a three-alarm vegetation fire that began on Tuesday morning off Admiral Callaghan Lane, a spokesperson for the Vallejo Fire Department said. The fire was first reported at 8:36 a.m. in the open space near the Target shopping area, where Admiral Callaghan meets Turner Parkway.

Solano puts out call for June 5 primary poll workers

The positions needed are two inspectors ; five ballot clerks ; 25 E-roster clerks ; 35 provisional clerks ; and 80 alternates . Poll workers must attend a paid, mandatory training sessions prior to the election.

The Week Ahead: Vallejo Symphony schedules fashion show

The Vallejo Symphony will present the Christina S Collection of Benicia and Williamson and Company of Napa in the historic Empress Theatre at 7 p.m. Friday in downtown Vallejo. Cocktail hour will feature the Joyce Lee Trio in the Empress Lounge and desserts by Stephanie Oelsligle.

Solano families get day at harbor to celebrate Mom

Moms across the area got traditional gifts like special flowers, homemade breakfast in bed and cards expressing the love and appreciation their families felt for them on Mother's Day. Suisun City offered something different: a shopping experience for the whole family to enjoy, complete with a little wine and food.

Five-alarm fire rips through Vallejo home, damaging nearby properties as well

A three-alarm fire quickly turned into a five-alarm blaze on Saturday afternoon around 12:15 p.m. on Cassidy Street in Vallejo. The fire jumped onto nearby cypress trees and caused damage to at least three other structures, a spokesperson for the Vallejo Fire Department said.

County needs more poll workers for June election

The Solano County Registrar of Voters announced Friday that it needs an additional 140 people to work at polling locations in the upcoming primary election on June 5. "It takes more than 800 citizens to help conduct a statewide primary election and we are still a little short," said Solano County Assistant Registrar of Voters John Gardner in a news release. "For their Election Day duties and training commitment, all poll workers, including alternates, receive a stipend ranging between $50 and $250, depending on the position." The county is seeking two inspectors for the cities of Benicia and Fairfield.

Fashion show raises money for Vallejo Symphony

Fashion and music mix at the Vallejo Symphony fundraiser, The Beat Goes On, at 7 p.m. May 18 at the Empress Theatre, 330 Virginia St. Fashions from the Christina S Collection of Benicia and Williamson and Company of Napa will be featured. For more information on the clothes, visit and .

Family Reading Night in Benicia

The event is for all elementary school students and will include a free pizza and salad dinner, a performance from an elementary school choir, and games and activities. Plus, each child gets two free books.

Wine/spirits entrepreneur Phinney is bullish on Vallejo

So said Napa-based wine mogul Dave Phinney, owner of Mare Island's new Savage & Cooke - An American Distillery, paraphrasing a business associate's favorite saying during his keynote remarks at Visit Vallejo's 27th Annual Tourism Luncheon and Board of Directors Installation on Wednesday. The size of the crowd was just the first record-breaker noted at this year's event, where attendees included several electeds or their representatives, City staff, at least one former mayor and two current ones, including Vallejo's Bob Sampayan and Leon Garcia of American Canyon, who each brought their wives and several of their respective council members, as well.

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