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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.
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 teen joins other cancer survivors for 'Star Wars' donor drive
Juan Carlos Zapata, a 17-year-old Fairfield resident, will play Han Solo as he and two other Northern California teen cancer survivors aim to save lives Saturday as "The Last Jedi" opens in theaters. Zapata was diagnosed with a high-risk leukemia on Christmas Eve in 2009 and received a cord-blood transplant in July 2010.Nut Tree Airport plays host to holiday extravaganza
Dom Pruett - The Reporter Mikenzie Faucher, 3, decorates a cookie at the Center for Freedom and Flight's holiday extravaganza Thursday at the Nut Tree Airport. The Center for Freedom and Flight hosted its first-ever holiday season event Thursday night at the Nut Tree Airport, with airplanes, local vendors, food and other activities on full display for the entire community at no cost.Lawyer: Fairfield man - accused of animal cruelty - mentally incompetent
The lawyer for a Fairfield man accused of killing a kitten told a judge Tuesday she believed her client was mentally incompetent. The lawyer's concerns pre-empted a probable cause hearing for Keith B. Hebert, 22, who has pleaded not guilty to a felony animal cruelty charge.Fairfield man to stand to stand trial on gun, ammo charge
One of two Fairfield men accused of shooting up a Peach Tree Drive apartment complex last month was ordered Monday to stand trial on a pair of felony charges. Fairfield police testified at his Monday probable cause hearing they arrested Behnamnia and Justin A. Gutierrez-Clifton on the night of Nov. 26, a few hours after several 911 calls reporting gunfire came from residents at the Peachwood apartment complex.Interim budget report, officer elections on Travis Unified School District agenda
The first interim 2017-18 budget report, nomination and election of new governing board officers, and new or modified course proposals are on the agenda when Travis Unified leaders meet tonight in Fairfield. Chief Business Officer Sonia Lasyone will update the five-member governing board on the district's financial picture for the current year, one of two annual interim reports required by state law.Senior VCUSD officials support charter
Vallejo school district Superintendent Adam Clark confirmed Monday that district employees are free to support "other endeavours" like the ELITE Public Charter School petition. The Times-Herald posed the question to Clark after two senior Vallejo City Unified School District administrators have publicly shown support for a charter school proposal from Ramona Bishop.Solano County offers child support sessions
The Department of Child Support Services is offering free child support one-on-one drop-in sessions for the public in December, January and February at the Fairfield Civic Center Library, 1150 Kentucky St., Fairfield. The drop-in sessions are designed specifically to assist parents whose situations may have changed, requiring them to change the amount they pay in child support.Biz Buzz: Mattress Firm collects gifts through Sunday
While most children spend Christmas Eve eagerly anticipating Santa's arrival, those in foster care often worry Santa won't be able to find them at all. To ensure that every foster child wakes up with a present on Christmas morning, Mattress Firm is collecting gifts, and taking donations for gifts, through Sunday.On the Left: Good sewage; bad sewage
Once upon a time, America dumped all its waste into crude city dumps, rivers, seas and skies. There was a lot of it.USPS gets early start for holiday season
Letter carriers for the U.S. Postal Service will be delivering packages and letters as early as 5 a.m. in some parts of the San Francisco Bay Area during the holiday season, postal officials said. Carriers will start as early as 5 a.m. during the weeks of Dec. 11 and Dec. 18, the two busiest weeks of the year, according to postal officials.Winter plant sale helps Solano College horticulture program thrive
Little green plants, blooming flower plants and Christmas wreaths were on sale Saturday at the annual Winter Plant Sale for the Horticulture Club at Solano College. The sale included indoor and outdoor plants.Sound Off for Dec. 10, 2017
A water rate increase of 4 percent per year over the next four years won unanimous City Council approval. Here are some readers' comments: One of my biggest concerns with all our growth is the availability of water.Lighted, rolling menorahs cue up for Vacaville, Fairfield Hanukkah celebrations
Lighted, rolling menorahs on parade through Vacaville is just one part of what's planned for Solano County's 9th Annual Menorah on Main Menorah Lighting & Community Hanukkah Celebration. The event, which gets underway at 4 p.m. Dec. 17 - rain or shine - takes place at its usual downtown Vacaville site - Town Square at Main and Merchant streets.Vallejo-Fairfield makes Top 25 for highest median incomes in US
The Vallejo-Fairfield metropolitan area is listed by the 24/7 Wall Street website as having the 19th highest median household income of all major cities in the United States. The report lists the area with a median income of $73,900.Family Life: Raising a teenager today presents challenges
I'm not sure how one prepares to have a teenager, if there is any preparation at all. Halloween has passed and more than anything he wanted to trick-or-treat with his friends, but I just couldn't allow it; not yet.Afternoon Adventures: Plush Pals Visit Library
Zoey Cuellar, 4 of Fairfield, creates a name tag for her stuffed animal Wednesday during Afternoon Adventures at the Fairfield Civic Center Library. Children were encouraged to wear pajamas and bring their favorite stuffed animals to the library where they played games, learned about letters, listened to music and created name tags and sleeping bags for their special toys.A special visit to Silveyville
Bentlee Boot, 5 of Fairfield, and a kindergarten student at the Public Safety Academy in Fairfield visits with Santa Claus. He made a special stop Friday at the Silveyville Christmas Tree Farm to gather his list of Christmas wishes from the nearly 300 special needs students from throughout Solano County during the 26th annual Special Needs Day at the tree farm.
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