September 1, 2014
Among the nine North Bay companies newly making the cut for national recognition as one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies are three with deep local ties but innovative approaches to home lending, snacking in a more healthful way and help local companies take their messages to the silver screen in an engaging way.
August 20, 2014
Twenty North Bay companies made the Inc. 5000 list of fast-growing companies in the U.S., released Wednesday, including nine newcomers such as a snack maker that debuted in the top 100.
August 15, 2014
FAIRFIELD — Anheuser-Busch’s Fairfield brewery on Thursday morning started receiving its second towering windmill, which is set to bring clean-energy generation there to 30 percent of the facility’s needs.
July 3, 2014
FAIRFIELD — NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield has received verification that it meets the national standard for being a central treatment center for seriously injured patients in Solano County, but that won’t change the county’s 9-month-old protocol for ambulances to send such patients to Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Vacaville, despite that facility’s not yet being verified.
June 9, 2014
Redwood Credit Union supports Youth Awareness Month. …
Sonoma Cider launched three draft ciders and named a brand ambassador. …
Novato’s Navitas Naturals released two new snack flavors. …
PG&E bulks up infrastructure in Fairfield. …
Corks at Russian River Vineyards makes OpenTable’s Diners’ Choice Awards. …
North Bay Association of Realtors relocates its offiice. …
Systema Software signs new client. …
Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards raises record money for Make-A-Wish. …
March 24, 2014
The new development consists of large warehouses with good clear height, such as two massive buildings in Fairfield.
Caymus Vineyards, a producer of high end Napa Valley wine, is expected to begin construction of a 5.5 million gallon-a-year winery near Fairfield this spring.
March 17, 2014
FAIRFEILD — NorthBay Healthcare, using the stage of a grand opening for its $20 million Green Valley Health Plaza, announced plans to begin major construction projects on its two hospital campuses in Fairfield and Vacaville that will total an additional $180 million.
March 3, 2014
FAIRFIELD — As a $54 million new Fairfield–Vacaville train station project is prepared for bids this summer, a 285-acre, 3,000-home project in the station-planning area has a new lead investor with a new vision for transit-oriented development.
February 24, 2014
Mezcal Vago of Mexico inks a distribution deal with The Henry Wine Group of Benicia. …
Hennes & Mauritz, or H&M, opened a store in Fairfield. …
Cyan Inc. of Petaluma said it signed a deal with a South Korean provincial government to install its Blue Planet software-defined network. …
Swedish wine club Munskänkarna, the world’s largest, named Sonoma and Napa counties this year’s “Wine Regions of the Year.” …
Napa Valley Vintners and Visit Napa Valley give $5 million to Napa Valley Vine Trail. …
TexaCali Wine Co.. and Winemonger form a strategic partnership. …
Winemakers Paul Hobbs of Sebastopol and Johannes Selbach of Germany buy a New York vineyard. …
Food & Wine magazine named Oakville-based Silver Oak best in steakhouses. …
Korbel Brandy turns 125. …
Treasury Wine Estates rebooted its Sonoma County-focused Souverain brand for the first time since the 2006 sale of the landmark Geyserville chateau. …
February 10, 2014
FAIRFIELD — The 31st annual meeting of the Solano Economic Development Corporation showcased significant public-private sector accomplishments in the county’s seven cities during 2013.
“Team Solano worked together to make everything happen by attracting new businesses and creating an environment to nurture newcomers and those already here,” said Sandy Person, president of Solano Economic Development Corp.
January 16, 2014
VACAVILLE — Travis Credit Union on Thursday said Patsy Van Ouwerkerk, president and chief executive officer for 12 years, plans to retire this summer.
January 15, 2014
FAIRFIELD — Star Staffing opened a new office in Fairfield, the company’s fifth in the North Bay.
January 13, 2014
FAIRFIELD — A major Pennsylvania-based alcoholic-beverage packaging distributor plans to consolidate its Bay Area operations, which have grown rapidly in recent years through several acquisitions and increasing demand from breweries, into a planned Fairfield “megacenter” set to have nearly 11 acres under roof when completed, anticipated for the end of this year.
January 13, 2014
FAIRFIELD — The North American arm of the world’s largest producer of safety closures for spirits bottles and wine screw caps plans to set up a North Coast production plant tailored to small-scale orders.
December 9, 2013
Following in an interview with Steven Rhea, SVP of Strategic Development and Wine Sector GM for Verallia North America. Tell us a little bit about Verilla North America? Verallia North America has 13 manufacturing plants in the USA, with three dedicated to wine bottles. In California, we have two facilities focused on the wine industry, [...]
November 25, 2013
Petaluma-based Cowgirl Creamery and its sister wholesaler Tomales Bay Foods are expanding their storage and distribution capabilities in the city. …
Prospects for the long-envisioned Santa Rosa Food & Wine Center in one of two planned mixed-used developments at the SMART depot in Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square might be farther off because of a shortage of parking and the stalled timeframe for one of those redevelopments, the property controlled by The John Stewart Co. …
DBI Beverage Napa, Inc., a North Bay distributing company for La Vergne, Tenn.-based DBI Beverage, purchased a nearly 60,000-square-foot distribution warehouse in Fairfield for expansion. …
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency dropped from its Superfund National Priorities List of toxics-cleanup sites the former Sola Optical USA campus on Lakeville Highway at the south end of Petaluma. …
November 18, 2013
Fairfield-based Partnership HealthPlan of California recently honored North Coast Assemblyman Wesley Chesboro, who is retiring. …
James Molina was appointed conference services manager at the Westin Verasa Napa. …
Robyn Bramhall, a human resources management consultant, has been awarded a contract to provide onsite HR services to Social Advocates for Youth. …
Sherry Rubin has joined Wells Fargo Insurance’s Petaluma office as an employee benefits sales executive. …
The Leavitt Group promoted Brandon Stout to vice president in its national restaurant insurance program at its Santa Rosa branch. …
November 4, 2013
FAIRFIELD — Critical factors driving economic recovery and growth in Solano County and the surrounding region as well as opportunities for fostering that activity will be the focus of the Impact Solano conference on Friday.
September 16, 2013
BENICIA — Bruni Glass Packaging, Inc., which supplies the wine industry with bottles, capsules and closures, plans to consolidate its warehouses and showroom here to one larger facility in Fairfield this fall.
August 22, 2013
FAIRFIELD — The proportion of industrial and office space in Solano and southern Napa counties waiting to be leased fell in the second quarter at the fastest rate in several years, according to a new report.
A full-building, 318,000-square-foot lease to Encore Glass in a new Fairfield warehouse is a key example of demand.
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