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20 min ago | The Daily Republic
The community learned this week that a gruesome Fairfield homicide that dates back more than 30 years was closed last month after DNA evidence linked a former childhood friend of the victim's son to the crime.
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4 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald
A Fairfield man was arrested Friday afternoon after allegedly firing and striking another man with a pellet gun, Vallejo police said.
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With the city of Fairfield now beginning to update the General Plan Housing Element, your Economic Notes reporters thought it would be timely to take a look at the city's Housing Division.
According to his peers in the department, Horigan's leadership, attitude and dedication are exactly what earned him honors as the 2013 Firefighter of the Year.
Supervisor Jim Spering will seek a third term for the 3rd District seat that includes much of Fairfield and Suisun City.
A new public charter school scheduled to open this fall will offer its last set of informational meetings Saturday for the upcoming school year.
A Fairfield man accused of the robbery and pepper-spray attack that left an elderly Fairfield market owner dead in 2011 was briefly in court on Friday ahead of a jury trial slated to begin late next month.
The Northern Solano Democrat Club is hosting the meeting at 7 p.m. at 1745 Enterprise Drive.
Greg Stringer, pastor will be speak on "It's Only One SinWhat is the Big Deal?" from Romans 5:12-19.
Fairfield police announced they have arrested two men in connection to an early-morning officer-involved shooting outside a North Texas Street motel.
A person was shot by police in Fairfield early Friday morning. According to Fairfield Police Sgt.
Club gigs are a few years off for the five members of Foreign Frontiers. The oldest member is 19, the youngest 16. "You're going to have to wait a few years for me," said Logan Cruz, the band's 16-year-old drummer.
A two-week jury trial ended Thursday with a not-guilty verdict for a Fairfield man who faced a felony charge of committing a lewd act on a child.
The Jimmy Doolittle Museum received $1,000, North Bay Stand Down - which assists homeless and at-risk veterans - was given $500, Fairfield-based The Leaven,which helps children in need, received $250 and the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano received $200.
An Elvis song played, Mayor Harry Price helped serve meals and more than 20 people at the Senior Center had minestrone, roast beef and cheese on a wheat bun, cranberry juice and chocolate pudding.
A mother has sued Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo because she says security guards berated her 16-year-old and 14-year-old daughters for three hours in a closed room after falsely accusing one girl of shoplifting jewelery from a gift shop at the park.