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August 7, 2016

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Heather House makeover leaves residents feeling grateful

By Bill Hicks

 

FAIRFIELD — Although there wasn’t a TV celebrity on hand to yell, “move that bus,” – nor a bus that needed moving, for that matter – the big reveal following a recent remodeling project at Heather House was celebrated with just as much excitement and enthusiasm.

Heather House serves as a shelter and has an integrated program to help homeless individuals get back on their feet and living on their own. Prior to the renovation project, spearheaded by Promiseland Church, Heather House was more like a shelter and less like a typical family home. That has now changed.

Catherine Moy, a Fairfield city councilwoman who also serves as the Heather House Executive Director, gets a hug of appreciation during a renovation open house, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016, in Fairfield.
(Photo by Bill Hicks)

August 27, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fairfield students return to class after deadly shooting

Teen killed off campus before Armijo HS football game

By Vicki Gonzalez

 

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KCRA) —

Grief counselors were called into three Solano County high schools Monday after a deadly off-campus shooting left a 16-year-old dead and placed a football game on lockdown.

Ahmar Willis, 16, was killed and an 18-year-old male was sent to the hospital in critical condition following a shooting Friday evening off Bell Avenue and Washington Street.

Fairfield City Councilmember Catherine Perez Moy started a GoFundMe to raise back the concession money lost from the football game that goes to help fund school sports.

She estimated around $1,000 was lost. As of Monday, she’s received around $3,500 in donations. She is also scheduling a city meeting to see if security measures can be improved.

“It’s a lot bigger than when I was born and grew up here. We have big city issues,” Perez Moy said. “We will sit down and make sure that the training was flawless the other night, as much as it could be. It looks like it was. And then also to follow up on these preventative measures.”

On the one hand, the regular drills and training paid off: the response Friday was swift and safety procedures fell in place. On the other, students also feel uncomfortable with the reality their safety can be threatened.
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