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Bicycle Maintenance Adds to Pleasure and Safety

Wheels in Motion owner Greg Andrada recommends an annual maintenance routine before taking bicycles out for an inaugural spring ride; and offers a top ten list of items to check.

Cathy Wright Teaches Life Lessons through Drama

BMS’ long-time theater arts teacher says drama is an important part of preparing students for the future.

The Carquinez Village Project, From Concept to Reality

Aging seniors can find connection, resources and a volunteer support system helping with any number of needs, with the launch of the new “Village” April 3.

Benicia High Principal Talks Education

Though BHS has had four previous principals in the past 11 years, Brianna Kleinschmidt hopes to stay for at least 10 years, to affect positive change and impact student lives.

Drama Students to Perform Comical Musical Farce Virgil’s Wedding

Benicia Middle, Benicia High and elementary school drama students to perform in a “hysterical” dinner theater event May 5-7.

Fun Run is a Win-win for Benicia Schools and Runners

Open to all, the Benicia Education Foundation’s Run for Education foot race, now in its 10th year, enhances community spirit, helps local schools and provides a great way to enjoy downtown Benicia’s charm while exercising or qualifying for a marathon.

Benicia State Capitol’s enduring legacy includes a woman’s right to own property

Benicia Community Gardens takes a wider aim at with its new name, Sustainable Solano

Benicians grapple with an increasing coyote population

As coyotes lose their habitats around the Bay to development, communities are having to learn to co-exist with them as intervention elicits stress in their population, prompting them to breed even faster.

A holiday photograph of Benicia’s College of St. Augustine evokes fond memories

No longer standing, a holiday sentiment on a Christmas card from the College of St. Augustine, bears a poignant reminder still appropriate today.