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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
Emission violations would cost refineries more under Dodd bill

"There are already fines on the books for illegal refinery emissions, but the most common fine hasn't been increased since Richard Nixon was in the White House," state Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, said in a statement. He is the author of Senate Bill 1144, which would, if passed into law, triple existing fines for violations of emissions standards if the violations cause a health problem or affect more than 25 people, according to the statement released Friday by Dodd's office.

Solano board schedules special meeting on RM 3 ballot placement

The Solano County Board of Supervisors will consider putting the $4.5 billion Regional Measure 3 Bay Area Traffic Relief Plan on the June 5 ballot when it meets for a special meeting Tuesday. Like Measure AA, the San Francisco Bay Area Restoration $12 annual parcel tax approved in June 2016, the board has no option but to put the RM 3 measure on the ballot as a consolidated special election.

Governments, schools close doors for Presidents Day holiday

Solano County offices and the courts are closed Monday in observance of George Washington's birthday. The county shuttered Feb. 12 to observe Abraham Lincoln's birthday.

Scott B. Wright: Simple question

If Orcem is such a great idea, how come no other waterfront communities in the Bay Area want it if Vallejo turns it down? How come Richmond, Berkeley, Pinole, Benicia, Martinez, Stockton, San Francisco, Oakland, Hercules, Crockett, Port Costa and Redwood City don't want this project? If this is such wonderful project for a community, don't you think there would be a line of communities that would want the cement factory? Instead there's not one that wants it.

Benicia Couple Arrested For Marijuana Possession Also Are...

Monique Chatman, 29, and Lamont James, 33, are also suspected of being involved with a shooting into a vehicle on Air Base Parkway near Interstate Highway 80 on Jan. 6, police said. A Fairfield SWAT team found large quantities of marijuana inside an apartment in the 100 block of Rankin Way in Benicia Tuesday morning and a firearm in the two residents' vehicle, police said.

Fairfield Police Department arrests two suspects in connect to January shooting

The Fairfield Police Department has arrested two suspects believed to be involved in a shooting that occurred in the city Jan. 6. Wednesday, the Fairfield SWAT team served a search warrant at an apartment in the 100 block of Rankin Way in Benicia. During the search of the apartment detectives located large quantities of marijuana and other items which lead them to believe that the residents were selling marijuana.

Free glasses help Benicia students see their future

Thirty-seven students in need at Cooper Elementary School were given free prescription eyeglasses from Assemblyman Tim Grayson and Vision to Learn. No, they can't fly.

Solano Voices: Lions student speech contest encourages competitive public speaking

A good speech can encourage, inspire and motivate. Some describe a good speech "as being akin to a great sports event, a dramatic performance or a beautiful painting."

Investiture date set for Solano's newest superior court judge

Dora M. Rios of Benicia was appointed to a judgeship in the Solano County Superior Court in December. She took the bench for the first time several days later, becoming the first Latina judge in the county.

3 attorneys set sights on Solano superior court judgeship

The deadline passed Tuesday for potential contenders in an election contest for a superior court judgeship with three attorneys having filed their declarations of intent. The recent departure of Judge Harry S. Kinnicutt opens up his seat.

February 15, Vallejo a&E Source: Celebrate

Vallejo Violinist Erzsi Worthen, 16, has been selected to perform at this spring's Junior Bach Festival being held at several concert venues throughout the Bay Area. Erzsi will be performing the Bach Partita No.

Some Solano govt. office shut down for holiday

Solano County offices and the courts are closed Monday in observance of Abraham Lincoln's birthday and again Feb. 19 in observance of George Washington's birthday. Schools in the Fairfield-Suisun School District are closed both Mondays.

Sandy Lee: Bitter in Benicia

Although I am disappointed in the turnout for the Benicia City Council's second cannabis vote in December of 2017, I am far more disappointed in the fact that three of our council members clearly have little regard for the members of the community they are to represent. They have their own agenda and no interest in the opinions and desires of their fellow Benicians who feel strongly on an issue.

Sustainable Solano seeks 'food forest' applicants in Suisun

If you live in Suisun City and want to turn your yard into a thriving, edible ecosystem, Sustainable Solano would like to hear from you. The grassroots local nonprofit that started in Benicia is expanding its work to Suisun City and is looking for homeowners interested in creating demonstration "seed plot" food forests in their backyards.

Benicia Council runs through first reading of cannabis ordinances

BENICIA >> The City Council ran through the first reading of ordinances pertaining to legalized cannabis in town at Tuesday night's meeting. The ordinances outline how the advent of legal pot businesses will be handled and regulated here.

Vallejo Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show, 57th edition, planned for Fairgrounds this month

Members of the Vallejo Gem & Mineral Society work on their rock-related projects at the group's Solano County Fairgrounds home base, as they prepare for the upcoming 57th Annual Gem, Miniral and Jewelry Show, 2018 "Spring Bling." Besides their abiding love of rocks and such things, the 230 or so members of the Vallejo Gem & Mineral Society would seem to have little in common. But, that geological appreciation appears to be enough to have kept the group together and solvent for 63 years and counting.

Taxpayer group schedules Solano sheriff candidate sessions

The Central Solano Citizen/Taxpayer Group will host a series of sessions beginning this week with those who seek to serve as Solano County sheriff. Candidate Daryl Snedeker will speak during the group's regular monthly meeting, which starts at 11 a.m. Friday at Benicia Grill II, 2390 N. Texas St. Candidate Daniel Marshall is scheduled to speak to the group March 9. The group has invited incumbent Sheriff Thomas A. Ferrara to speak April 13. Both sessions begin at 11 a.m. at the restaurant and are open to the public.

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