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Fairfield, California is located in Solano County. Zip codes in Fairfield, CA include 94534, and 94533. The median home price in Fairfield is $355,900 which is roughly $186/per square foot. More Fairfield information.

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3 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Families first in reason for criminal justice offenses, Fairfield panel finds

About 75 percent of the reason offenders are in the criminal justice systems rests with families and the other 25 percent stems from neighborhoods, the City Council heard Tuesday in an account of the report by the Mayor's Commission on Crime. Only one person among 40 juvenile and adult offenders the commission spoke with came from a two-parent family, said Jack Batson, chairman of the commission.

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5 hrs ago | The Reporter

Rescued dog all smiles after jaw surgery

Rayann Greenwood of Vacaville snuggles her new dog, "Kirnkls" at the SPCA Shelter in Vacaville. Greenwood and her husband, Matt adopted the pomchi mix and discovered that she was injuried after they brought her home.

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5 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

Solano College and county await Coastal Cleanup Day

Members of Solano Community College's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Beta Mu Gamma Chapter will be on the Fairfield campus 9 a.m. to noon Saturday for the 30th annual Costal Cleanup Day. Cleanups will occur throughout the state with 57 sites targeted in Solano County Coastal areas.

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5 hrs ago | The Reporter

Trial for Vacaville pastor postponed

A trial set to begin Tuesday for the pastor of a Vacaville Baptist church accused of the January firebombing of an ex-girlfriend's home has been postponed. Although attorneys confirmed on Friday that the trial would begin with jury selection on Tuesday in the Fairfield courtroom of Judge Peter B. Foor, instead the District Attorney's Office pulled the case and then dropped and refiled the charges against Lewis that include arson on an inhabited structure and stalking in connection with the Jan. 9 firebombing of a home on Chateau Circle in Vacaville.

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9 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

County makes recommendations for crude-by-rail

Solano County wants more done to address potential derailments before a proposal to ship crude oil by rail to the Valero refinery in Benicia becomes reality. The county Resource Management Department has sent a letter to Benicia, responding to the project's draft environmental impact report.

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14 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Solano College moves closer to tangible Measure Q construction

Behind the scenes steps are beginning to ramp up for multiple projects under the Measure Q banner at Solano Community College. Measure Q, a $348 million general obligation bond, was approved by voters in 2012 and while building has not started, preparatory work such as the purchase of land to expand of the Vallejo campus is taking place.

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18 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Chamber PAC draws candidates to Jelly Belly

A meet-and-greet Monday for those seeking elective office drew several local candidates and one who's seeking statewide office. The event at a Jelly Belly meeting room was attended largely by the candidates and a handful of chamber members.

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22 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Teen suspect in Tabor Avenue shooting to stand trial

A reputed gang member who was attacked and beaten on Tabor Avenue a few minutes before being shot was the star witness Monday at the attempted murder probable cause hearing for a reputed rival gang member, 16-year-old Rodrigo Bermudez. The hard luck victim, after walking to the courtroom witness stand aided by a cane, testified that he was walking from a convenience store on the afternoon of Aug. 28 when he got jumped by two men near Tabor Avenue and Bristol Lane.

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Yesterday | News10.net

Special needs student with gun at library results in mom's arrest

An 11-year-old special needs student showed a handgun to another child at the public library, Fairfield police said Special needs student with gun at library results in mom's arrest An 11-year-old special needs student showed a handgun to another child at the public library, Fairfield police said Check out this story on news10.net: http://on.news10.net/1tZQZUR Two special needs siblings were taken into the care of Solano County Child Protective Services Monday evening after one of them was found to have a handgun in a backpack at the public library in Cordelia. According to Fairfield police who responded to a call from a concerned parent, an 11 year old had shown a small-caliber handgun to her child at the library.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Reporter

Vacaville residents donate cabinets to Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity volunteers, Jim Nuehring and Jamie Calderwood work to remove a set of cabinets from the kitchen of Mike and Heather Mundell of Vacaville. The Mundells are remodeling their kitchen and donated their old appliances and cabintets to Habitat for Humanity.

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The Daily Republic

Judge tosses confession; jurors convict man in Vacaville molest case

A Vacaville man found guilty Monday of committing lewd acts on a child faces a maximum 12-year prison sentence. He could have faced a possible life sentence if his recorded confession after his arrest had not been botched by Fairfield police.

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The Daily Republic

Fairfield police seek armed robbery suspect

Police are asking members of the public to help identify a man suspected of pulling off a series of armed robberies in the area. The suspect is described as a black man, approximately 30 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium build.

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The Daily Republic

Orientation class begins for SafeQuest Solano peer counseling training

SafeQuest Solano will offer volunteer peer counseling training to those who wish to help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Anyone interested in volunteering with SafeQuest Solano can to attend an orientation meeting at 6 p.m. Monday at 1049 Union Ave., Suite B & C, Fairfield.

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The Daily Republic

To exit the Pottery Barn, turn right

Like many other Fairfield residents, I sat Wednesday night and watched President Barack Obama give his speech outlining his plan to have America engage in yet another Middle East war. Oh yes, of course it's necessary to go to war.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Daily Republic

Campaign signs mean little, really

I live in the Solano County Board of Supervisors 3rd District, so I'm following the campaigns of incumbent Supervisor Jim Spering and his challenger, Fairfield Councilwoman Pam Bertani, both as the managing editor of the Daily Republic and as a voter. The 3rd District includes much of Fairfield, all of Suisun City, Travis Air Force Base and the area that extends south of those areas to the county line.

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The Daily Republic

Look what's coming to Brad TV this season

I'd like to welcome everyone to the annual press conference announcing the 2014 fall schedule for Brad TV, the network that shows what you love. Remember when we debuted "Happy Days?" Neither do we, because we didn't! We wanted to make it a little more edgy, calling it "Happi Daze," using mimes, but Garry Marshall was too interested in his concept and he went to ABC.

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The Daily Republic

New freeway sign goes up

Fairfield's latest, towering freeway advertising sign has come to Auto Mall Parkway, with a revenue-sharing agreement among the city, an auto dealership and visitors promotion group in place. Workers this past week put up the CBS Outdoor Inc. advertising sign along Interstate 80. It is on the same site of a previous, "Welcome to Fairfield" sign, a red sign topped by the Mr. Jelly Belly mascot that sought to attract tourists to the city.

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The Daily Republic

Dancing Del Santo, balloon man and Balliamo are among Italian Festival highlights

Connecticut-born Frank Del Santo, 81, of Fairfield danced Sunday at the Italian Festival at Pippo Ranch where Molly, the 11-year-old kissing llama, was among the attractions at the 17th annual festival. Her mobile petting zoo that bears her first name includes Molly, whose kissing is more a way to get close enough to people to take their measure, Marshall said.

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The Daily Republic

DUI-Drivers License checkpoint Friday on North Texas Street nets 2 arrests

Drivers License checkpoint on Friday in the 2200 block of North Texas Street netted arrests for driving under the influence and a narcotics warrant, police said. The Fairfield Police Department Traffic Unit conducted the checkpoint from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. and screened 603 vehicles.

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The Daily Republic

Scrapbook September 2014

The Sons of Italy met July 31 in Vacaville at the home of one of their members. From left are Pam Boes, Rick Tracy and President Richard Barker, of Fairfield.

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