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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.

Benicia Soroptimist Holds Wine Tasting Fundraiser 11/12/16 at 7pm.

Proceeds generated from wine and gourmet nibbles event at the Benicia Clock Tower will go towards building a women’s resource center in Benicia, Ca. The wine tasting with food pairing event offers discount tickets for designated drivers.

Katie Perata talks about Catholic education and her passion for kids’ learning

St. Dominic School in Benicia, California, has a principal who is passionate about educating students and helping them model respect.

Benicia Veteran’s Hall Provides Social Outlet and More

The Vets’ Hall in downtown Benicia is a meeting place, social club and event venue where veterans often stop by the old-style canteen for camaraderie.

A Community Process Led to Guiding Principles for Student Success

Benicia Unified’s collaborative process led to a vision statement that identifies ways for students to achieve at their highest potential.

A Bevy Of 1924 Beauties Celebrate A Benicia Halloween

A slew of parties, including a costumed one, were held Halloween Weekend for Benicia High School belles, which, from a historic photo courtesy of Benicia Historical Museum along with other information, included games and dancing.

Originally from Queens, Gina Eleccion brought talent and experience to the City of Benicia

Gina Eleccion talks about her passion for working for the City of Benicia for the past 15 years. Working in various city departments, since June Gina has been working full time for the Fire Department on hazard mitigation and emergency operations plans.