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Obtainium Cup Combines Whimsy and Competition on Mare Island

Incorporating family fun, Steampunk, whimsy, food, beer and wine, flying monkeys and zombies, the Obtanium race is full of fanciful vehicles such as Morty the Tree, the Submarine, and Benicia’s Liberty High entry, Libby the Dragon.

Take The Fear Out of Home Buying in Nine Easy Steps

Eric Hogland, Broker Assoc. at Estey Real Estate, outlines nine simple steps every buyer should follow when shopping for a new house.

BHS 2018 Graduation to be Held at New Stadium

This June, BHS seniors will be the first class to experience graduation at the newly renovated Drolette stadium. Bricks at the stadium entry are part of an ongoing fundraiser to support school programs.

Benicia High’s S Club members Serve the Community

In tandem with the local Soroptimist Club, these remarkable young women learn leadership and other skills, while providing community service with a smile.

Directing Funding to Benicia Community Service Groups

The Benicia Human Services Board works diligently to provide grants to deserving groups that help our community.

Support from Friends Helps Three Women with Work-life Balance

Tara Bottini-allen, Erin Taylor and Nicole Yarbrough support each other, in finding ways to balance careers they are passionate about in the town they love.

Life-size Sculpture Finds a Home on Benicia’s Waterfront

Neptune’s Daughter, a large-scale sculpture created by Benicia Artist Lisa Reinertson, was recently given the go-ahead for installation at the foot of First Street.

11th Annual Foot Race In Downtown Benicia

Benicia Education Foundation gears up for 11th annual Run for Education 5 and 10K foot race, April 22, 2018, along with waterfront warmups, kid’s fun run and a beautiful, chip-timed race course.

Whirlwind Romance Leads to Impromptu Benicia Wedding

An unscripted, romantic, sweet wedding at Java Point Café brought tears to the eyes of onlookers as local couple marries at Java Point Café.

Meet Your Local Officials at Annual Benicia Event

Each year, the League of Women Voters sponsors a “meet and greet” evening where members of the public can ask questions and share opinions with government officials.