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Sandy's Original 101 Omelettes on North Texas closed after the lease on the breakfast restaurant ran out, an owner says.
Solano County Superior Court officials on Monday announced they will observe three limited court operation days in the 2014-15 fiscal year.
A recommendation that Thomas Geiger be appointed to the city Planning Commission for a term that ends in 2018 goes before Fairfield City Council members when they meet Tuesday.
A 60-year-old man was found guilty Monday of two felonies - for failing to register as a sex offender and providing false information - after telling law enforcement he was living along Green Valley Road in Fairfield when he was actually staying with a family member in Vacaville whose house is within a half-mile of an elementary school.
One of the biggest planned public works projects in recent Fairfield history - constructing the Peabody Road overcrossing and adjacent train station stop - is out to bid.
Come 4:30 p.m. Sunday, the two-day, 23rd annual Tomato Festival on downtown Texas Street had reached its last gasp.
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Owner Jack Martin threw one Wednesday. He estimated about 800 customers and vendors stopped by the store on 1313 N. Texas St. to say "hello."
Hundreds of children got a back-to-school boost Saturday as community groups set up shop at St. Mark's Lutheran Church for an annual backpack giveaway.
The sign is to be 70 feet tall and topped by an American flag. It will be an exclamation point of sorts, a can't-miss-it showpiece to let Highway 12 drivers know they have arrived at the Jelly Belly visitors center and factory tour plant.
Three-year-old Niyah Goodin, of Fairfield and her fellow dancers entertain the crowd on Saturday at the Fairfield Tomato Festival as Danc-sing Star Studio put on a youth talent show.
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