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Solano cruising toward end of state blueprint – and start of county fair

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FAIRFIELD — Vacaville accounted for eight of the 15 new coronavirus cases reported Wednesday in the county as Solano awaits the end of most state business restrictions starting next week.

The new reports take the countywide total to 33,533.

Vacaville is up to 8,805 with the eight new cases, while Fairfield (9,112) and Vallejo (9,905) each added three cases to their counts, the county reported. Suisun City had one additional case for a new total of 2,293.

There were no new reports for Dixon (1,922), Benicia (1,002), Rio Vista (391) or for the unincorporated area of the county (103).

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Solano supervisors shine light on Alzheimer’s ‘Longest Day’

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FAIRFIELD — There are about 7,000 Solano County residents who live with Alzheimer’s disease, and about 650,000 in the state.

Bob Panzer, a local advocate who lost his mother to the disease, said that number could more than double by 2030.

“And minorities are at the highest risk of getting the disease, but are less likely to get timely (care),” Panzer said.

The Solano County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution Tuesday that recognizes June as National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and declared June 20 as “The Longest Day.”

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July 4th parade returns to downtown Fairfield as pandemic restrictions ease

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FAIRFIELD — Bring on the parade.

The city plans a Fourth of July parade this year on Independence Day. The 2020 parade was canceled due to Covid-19.

This year’s theme is “Reigniting Community” – with emphasis on unity.

In addition to the traditional parade at 10 a.m. in downtown Fairfield, a variety of activities will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the county lawn at Jefferson and Texas streets.

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Fairfield to join regional committee on homeless response

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FAIRFIELD — The City Council agreed Tuesday to participate with Vacaville and Suisun City in a Homeless Two-by-Two Subcommittee to take a regional approach to homeless response.

Vice Mayor Rick Vaccaro and Councilwoman Doriss Panduro were appointed to the committee for one year. Councilwoman Catherine Moy also said she would participate.

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The Last Laugh: Time for the 2021 Fairfield Fist Bump Awards, aka The Bumpies

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It’s time for the 2021 Fairfield Fist Bump Awards, affectionately known as “The Bumpies.” They are a tip of the hat or, more accurately, a gentle but deliberate meeting of the knuckles that celebrate certain segments of the Solano County seat.

I have been presenting these annually since their debut in 2013. Well, except for 2018 and 2020, which, for reasons beyond my control that I won’t go into, they were not presented (uh, I forgot).

Margarita López: With great sadness I present this Bumpie posthumously to Margarita, who died last week. She was such a vivacious person and absolutely beautiful. Margarita was one of those people whose beauty was not only measured by the outward favorable amalgam of her parents’ genes, but was also coupled with a radiant inner beauty that bubbled out from her infectious spirit.

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Fairfield Police Complete Mother’s Day Flower Deliveries After Driver Accused Of DUI

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FAIRFIELD (CBS SF) – Fairfield police officers ensured Mothers’ Day bouquets would make it to their destinations, after a floral delivery driver was arrested for suspected DUI, police said.

Officers said on social media Sunday afternoon that the driver was involved in a collision and was subsequently arrested for allegedly driving under the influence.

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Rodriguez High School Named 2021 California Distinguished School

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FAIRFIELD, CA — A school in the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District was among an additional 121 schools named 2021 California Distinguished Schools this week by California Superintendent of Schools Tony Thurmond.

The state originally honored 102 schools March 18, but after further review of the data recognized the additional schools, including Angelo Rodriguez High School in Fairfield and 27 other greater Bay Area schools.

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Vacaville Resident Victor Serriteno Accused Of Starting Deadly Markley Fire

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FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — The Solano County Sheriff’s Department has accused a man of starting the Markley Fire that killed two people.

Vacaville resident Victor Serriteno was arrested back in September after the body of a missing woman was found in Stebbins Cold Canyon. He has been in police custody ever since.

Wednesday, the Solano County Sheriff’s Department says he is to blame for the Markley Fire that happened in the summer of 2020. It’s just one of several wildfires that made up the devastating LNU complex

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Shryne Group’s co-founder calls Fairfield home as company readies 1st retail dispensary in Suisun City

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SUISUN CITY — The city should have its first cannabis dispensary, distribution and delivery business by the end of July.

It will be one of the 13 stores belonging to the Shryne Group, whose co-founder and chief executive officer Brian Mitchell spent some of his youth in Fairfield and returned in 2013.

Mitchell’s father was in the U.S. Air Force when they arrived here in 1988. He attended Holy Spirit School, played Little League and was a junior golfer, to name a few of his community activities.

“I have a lot of memories from Fairfield,” he said.

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Blood Donations Needed In Fairfield Area: Red Cross Drives Coming Up Soon

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FAIRFIELD, CT — The need for local blood donations remains high as coronavirus vaccines become more available and people begin to resume more of their normal activities.

People who have received a coronavirus vaccine can donate blood so long as they are symptom-free, feeling well and can provide the vaccine manufacturer’s name, according to the American Red Cross. There is no waiting period after getting a vaccine dose.

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