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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.
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
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Towns/Cities near benicia, california : Martinez Crockett
Martinez filling City Hall vacancies
The city is looking for a new recreation coordinator to replace Barbara Patchin, who is retiring soon. That will be the fourth new hire since City Manager Brad Kilger took the helm in 2016.Hikes for youth, adults on tap at Lynch Canyon, Rush Ranch
The Solano Land Trust and Solano County Parks offer a kids' hike at 9:15 a.m. Sunday at Lynch Canyon. It will be a combination of a scavenger hunt/bingo game.Benicia's Taste of First Street set for Aug. 22
But act quickly if you want to attend. Tickets to the tasting are limited to 300, and last year's event sold out.Landmark settlement offers some relief from crushing traffic ticket fines
Richmond resident Jason Charette hold this identification card as he gets help from Bay Area Legal Aid attorneys during a Contra Costa County Traffic Amnesty Program. Bay Area Legal Aid was one of several advocacy groups that won a landmark settlement last week to help low-income people with high overdue traffic tickets that often lead to license suspension.Air Watch Bay Area allows a refinery corridora residents great access to information
BENICIA >> A new air monitoring website and app launched this week which allows residents who live near refineries to access real-time information about what's concentrated in their air, report odors or upload pictures of unusual emissions, and get specific information about chemicals and pollutants and their effects. The data will pan the "frontline" communities of Richmond, Crockett, Rodeo and Benicia, also known as the refinery corridor.Beniciaa s Peddlers Fair jam-packs First Street with flair
BENICIA >> Some could call it a collector's dream: Block after block of venders, punctuated by smoothie bars and corn dogs for snack breaks. Valero, Alert Benicia, and other public outreach booths nestled up next to folks selling antique toys, stained glass, vintage clothing, and even Russian nesting dolls "It's great," said a woman running the Seven Sisters Fine Vintage Linens booth.Fairyella Ice Pops now in Benicia 7-Eleven
BENICIA > > Local entrepreneur Kimberli Haris created Fairyella Ice Pops a few years ago and through grit and determination, her business has expanded to Whole Foods and the Benicia School system. Now she's available in town at the 7-Eleven and said she hopes other stores in the chain will start to carry her organic frozen treats.Taste of First Street in downtown Benicia is Tuesday
Tasters can stroll First Street having a nibble at many of Benicia's favorite restaurants. The event will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Restaurants participating are: Union Hotel Restaurant & Bar, First Street Cafe, Dianna's Bakery & Cafe, Lucca Bar & Grill, Pacifica Pizza, Elviarita's Mexican Grill, Venticellos, Camellia Tea Room, Kinder's BBQ, Aroma Indian Cuisine, The Rellik Tavern, Got Plate Lunch, Sailor Jack's, and Rookies Bar & Grill.Issue-packed Benicia City Council meeting promises to be standing room only
BENICIA >> Tuesday's City Council meeting promises to run long and possibly be contentious as several key issues are discussed, among which include cannabis legalization, proposed city fee increases, and a swath of residents who say they are going to show up to protest rising water rates. The council will discuss the results of the cannabis survey, which polled participating residents about whether or not the city should allow marijuana sales, cultivation, or processing within its limits.5 major takeaways from the leaked climate change report
The New York Times obtained a draft of the 2017 U.S. Global Change Research Program's Climate Science Special Report, assembled by federal authorities. The report states that "it is extremely likely that human influence has been the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century.Supervisor Brown holding Benicia meeting on Phillips 66 project
BENICIA >> Solano County Supervisor Monica Brown is holding a community meeting, regarding the proposed expansion of the Phillips 66 project, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., on Monday at the Benicia City Hall, 250 East I St., her office announced Tuesday. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is seeking comments from the public regarding what should be addressed in the Draft Environmental Impact Report , her office further stated.John Muir Health Introduces New Brand Identity and Logo
Today, John Muir Health is introducing a "new look", including a new logo. The new brand identity is symbolic of a renewed commitment to the best patient experience at John Muir Health.Coroner identifies Concord woman killed in Solano County crash
The Solano County coroner's office has identified a woman who died in a vehicle collision last week on the Benicia-Martinez Bridge as 22-year-old Patricia Roy of Concord. Roy was driving a Honda sedan north on Interstate Highway 680 just south of the Interstate Highway 780 split in Benicia around 6 a.m. Aug. 4 when it struck the back of a slower moving tractor-trailer, according to the California Highway Patrol.Supervisor Brown says a no waya to proposed Phillips 66 expansion
Solano County Supervisor Monica Brown has penned a strongly-worded letter to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, opposing Phillips 66's proposal to more than double its oil tanker fleet in the bay. "On behalf of my Benicia and Vallejo constituents, I express my strong opposition to this proposed expansion," she wrote.Garamendi, Dodd, Frazier, Vasquez set to speak in Vacaville
Rep. John Garamendi, State Sen. Bill Dodd, State Assemblyman Jim Frazier and Solano County Board of Supervisors Chairman John Vasquez will discuss commerce Thursday at the county, state, and federal levels of government. Jennings Imel, U.S. Chamber of Commerce western region executive director, will present Garamendi a "U.S. Chamber Spirit of Enterprise Award" for his support of American small businesses and manufacturing.Concord Woman Dies in Collision with Big-Rig on I-680
A 22-year-old Concord woman died when her Honda sedan struck the back of a tractor-trailer truck on the northbound lanes of the Benicia Bridge this morning, the California Highway Patrol said. The Honda driver was traveling north on the bridge in the far right lane as it approached the slower moving big-rig ahead of her around 6 a.m., the CHP said.Fatal crash mars Friday commute on Benicia freeway
A 22-year-old Concord woman, who was part of the military, affiliated with Travis Air Force Base, was killed in a crash on the Insterstates 680 and 780 interchange early Friday, public safety personnel said. The crash happened at about 6 a.m. when a vehicle with a solo occupant driving north on the I-680 Benicia bridge, apparently ran into the back of a large big-rig, Benicia Fire Department Division Chief Josh Chadwick said.
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