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Visitors flock to Solano County parks amid Covid-19 shutdowns

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FAIRFIELD — People eager to escape the clutches of the Covid-19 stay-at-home directive flocked to Solano County parks during the weekend.

Cars overfilled the parking lot and lined the street Saturday at the main entrance to Rockville Hills Regional Park in Fairfield. Measures taken to forestall the spread of the novel coronavirus have stifled many aspects of public life, driving people to parks as one of the few remaining refuges outside their homes.

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Judge to hear arguments about plan to move coronavirus patients from Travis AFB

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A federal judge on Monday will hear arguments on whether patients infected with the coronavirus should be transported from Travis Air Force Base to Orange County.

Patients quarantined in Fairfield are waiting to find out if they will stay or if they will go to a facility more than 400 miles away.

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8,000 Pounds Of Trash Removed From Fairfield Home After Months-Long Battle By Police

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FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Crews carried out 8,000 pounds of trash from one home in Fairfield.

That was just the beginning of what police found Tuesday. It’s any neighbor’s worst nightmare, a hoarding case that went on for months before officers could do anything.

“It was kind of sketchy to me, just the vibe I got from it,” said Anthony Villavicencio.

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Animal Rescue Takes In 12 Puppies That Were Abandoned At Fairfield Grocery Store

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FAIRFIELD (CSB13) — A dozen puppies that were found abandoned in front of a Fairfield grocery store are now in the hands of a local animal rescue being nursed back to health, thanks to a Good Samaritan who stepped in to help.

The litter of hungry husky-mixes is getting some long-overdue TLC. Renee Lancaster, with Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue, took the 12 puppies in after they were found abandoned in a Food Maxx parking lot in Fairfield.

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Fairfield High School gets facelift thanks to hundreds of volunteers

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FAIRFIELD — More than 300 volunteers descended Monday on Fairfield High School to participate in the Rebuilding Together Solano County Martin Luther King Workday.

There was a job for everyone.

Planter boxes to be constructed and stained. Two murals to be pained inside the gym.

There we shelves to be cleaned inside the library, along with shampooing the carpet.

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Prep wrestling: Vacaville ‘Orange’ rolls to big win in Armijo Invitational

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FAIRFIELD — With five individual champions and nine top-four placers, the Vacaville High “Orange” squad ran away with the team title at the 49th annual Armijo Invitational at E. Gary Vaughn Gymnasium, Saturday.

The Bulldogs finished with 229.5 points. Folsom, coached by former Fairfield High standout Mike Collier, was second with 165.5 points, followed by Will C. Wood with 128.5.

The Vacaville “Black” team was seventh with 86 points, Rodriguez eighth with 83, Armijo 10th with 63.5, Rio Vista 15th with 32, Vanden 17th with 23 and Fairfield 19th with 10.

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Trustees honors Crescent teacher as tops in district

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FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Suisun School District Board of Trustees recognized the district’s Teacher of the Year for the 2019-20 school year Thursday as part of the board’s meeting.

Crescent Elementary second-grade teacher Louise Craig was honored as the district’s top teacher, having been honored along with more than a dozen other school site teachers of the year throughout the district just prior to revealing the districtwide choice.

Not only inspirational to her students, Craig serves as an inspiration for people looking to make a change in life. She had not planned on becoming a teacher but got into the profession at the age of 40, working 17 years as a teacher – many of those coming at Suisun Elementary School.

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Fairfield baby in need of bone marrow transplant, family asks for help

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FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KTXL) — Little Kierean and her mom love coming to visit her daddy at work at Lowe’s in Fairfield.

The visits are something the 17-month-old, whom the family lovingly calls Kiwi, would like to continue when she feels well enough.

“Her hearing is affected by it… her eyes are affected by it,” described her dad, Taurean McKelton.

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