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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
More city areas in Benicia open to dogs

BENICIA >> It's no secret that Benicia is a dog-friendly town, and new guidelines set by the city have just made it even more congenial to canines. Dogs are now welcome in just about every park except for the Benicia City Park, thanks to the council, which amended the municipal code.

Ravi C. Shankar: Keep CBC in Benicia

It was with great shock and disappointment that I just read about the decision of the Benicia City Council to end the lease for Carter's Biz Cafes! As a founding group member of CBC, I set up my small business practice and enjoyed a variety of business networking, social, cultural and arts in building business relationships and having a lot of fun at CBC's spectacular location, overlooking the Benicia Bridge and the waterfront, Clock Tower and the Jefferson Mansion! Attending a couple of meet-up groups, and a business networking circle each month, I found increasingly expanding and beneficial partnership for me individually and as a businessman.

Chasing U.F.O.s across the sky in Benicia

Benicians gaze skyward - possibly for Martians - using nightvision goggles as part of U.F.O. Nightwatch Encounters sponsored by Tana Newell and Angel Heart 4 You. For those who believe we are not alone in the universe, tracking these elusive bodies can be a fascinating pastime.

Rider on stolen motorcycle dies in crash

The Solano County coroner's office has identified a motorcyclist who died in a collision Wednesday afternoon in Vallejo as 30-year-old Daniel Coit. Coit, a Vallejo resident, was riding a motorcycle that was stolen in Benicia on Oct. 23, Vallejo police Lt.

Benicia High School student jump-starts districta s move to solar

BENICIA >> Victor Hugo once said that perseverance is the secret to all triumphs. Certainly former Benicia High School student Aaron Feigelman would concur.

The still unsolved Zodiac killer case

Evading capture, the killer taunted police by sending clues to local Bay Area press in the form of cryptograms, hence the name the Zodiac killer. Though police linked him to five murders, he boasted of at least 37 victims in his letters to the press.

Motorcycle rider dies after hitting vehicle in Vallejo

Vallejo police received a report at about 4:05 p.m., of an injury collision at the intersection of Columbus Parkway and North Ascot Parkway. "On arrival, responding officers found that a motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed eastbound on Columbus Parkway when the rider failed to stop for the red signal light," police wrote in a news release.

Benicia to update historical design guidelines

BENICIA >> The City of Benicia will be updating and tweaking its historic design guidelines for the first time in nearly 30 years, according to the community development department. "The update is expected to reinforce the character of the historic district," the department said in a news release, and "bring Benicia into alignment with historic preservation 'best practices.'

Supervisor Brown to hold office hours in Vallejo

Solano County Supervisor Monica Brown will hold her Vallejo office hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m., Jan. 22 at the John F. Kennedy Public Library, 505 Santa Clara St. Brown represents the 2nd Supervisor District, including Benicia, portions of Fairfield and the portion of Vallejo south of Georgia Street.

Sessionsa decision complicates Beniciaa s legal pot discussion

BENICIA >> The rescinding by Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday of marijuana-friendly Obama-era policies comes not only as California embarks on its new era of legal pot, but also as the Benicia City Council moves toward its final vote on the subject. The federal policy toward recreational marijuana in states that have legalized it has now switched from "hands-off" to allowing federal prosecutors to go after people for possession, distribution, and cultivation, regardless of state law.

Cast members sought for 'Coming Apart'

The Benicia Old Town Theatre Group seeks two adult men and adult women for its spring production of "Coming Apart" by Fred Carmichael. Open auditions will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 16-17.

Ralph E. Dennis: Benicia needs an ISO

A lot has been said and written over the past several weeks on bringing an industrial safety ordinance to the City of Benicia. Or, perhaps we should think of it as a community safety ordinance, which is what a Benicia ISO would also represent.

January 4, Vallejo a&E Source: Rose sings while De La Cruz transplants organ to the Empress

Vallejo's Wayne De La Cruz is a master of the Hammond B3 organ. Pamela Rose is an accomplished Bay Area jazz vocalist.

Seniority by Eizo Kobyashi: Make 2018 a Happy New Year

When I was a kid, the last thing on my mind was how often I'd be saying that. I my friends had told me for the next 50 years I would've pooh-poohed them.

Farm Bureau celebrating a 100-year milestone in January

The Solano County Farm Bureau has its roots in the Smith-Lever Act of 1914, and the establishment of nine local bureau centers scattered around the county in 1915. But it was not until 1917 that the Farm Bureau - the fifth formed in the state - held its first annual dinner and business meeting, and on Jan. 19, the bureau will celebrate the 100th anniversary of that event.

Secrets of Success: Daily Republic continues service to Solano County

It was the year that both the battles of Shiloh and Antietam were fought, that philosopher Henry David Thoreau and former president Martin Van Buren died and a smallpox epidemic swept through California. That same year, 1862, the Solano County Herald and the Solano County Press consolidated to become the Solano Republican, the paper that would eventually become the Daily Republic.

Roger Straw: Urgency in Benicia

At its May 23 meeting, the Benicia City Council agreed on a 4-1 vote to "agendize in the future" a discussion on possible adoption of an Industrial Safety Ordinance . That was more than seven months ago now.

Experience virtual reality at the Benicia Library

The library has acquired the virtual reality gaming systems Oculus Rift and H.T.C.Vive, platforms that allow the user to get lost in 3D environments and use motion-tracking, hand-held controllers to interact with their surroundings. In other words, players can experience a game or environment up close and personal.

Beniciaa s hopes for the New Year

BENICIA > > Instead of asking people what their New Year's Resolutions are, we asked a small sample of Bencians what they hoped for in the new year, either for themselves or for Benicia. Resident Linda Vonstudnitz is hoping that her health continues to be good.

Rios takes oath to become Solano's newest judge

It was a brief life-changing event Friday morning for a longtime but now former public defender who took the oath of office during a low-key quiet ceremony at the Fairfield courthouse. Dora M. Rios, of Benicia, was appointed last week to a judgeship in the Solano County Superior Court - the first Latina judge in the county.

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