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Several large retail construction projects are reaching completion or getting started in Sonoma County this year in Petaluma, Sebastopol and Windsor. From early financing challenges to local opposition to the original 300-home concept to two fires
A Petaluma man faces criminal charges after a birthday outing led to the roadside death of his daughter's 13-year-old friend. The Santa Rosa Press Democrat (http://bit.ly/YX5IOJ ) reports that 41-year-old Mike Krnaich was charged Monday with two
Out of 10 in all, fielding 190 students, those schools came out on top during the North Bay regional competition last month at Rodriguez High in Fairfield. Overall, perennial powerhouse Casa Grande placed first, and Vanden, which will represent
Novato 10, Menlo-Atherton 6 Serra 13, Drake 4 High school results are compiled from messages posted on Twitter...Rogers 3 4-5 10; Sheng 2 5-8 9; Camera 3 1-3 8; Wade 1 0-0 2; Griggs 4 6-8 14; Biesek 2 1-2 5; Guinn 2 1-2 5; Storey 1 1-1 3; Fraser 1 0-
The Giants will open with a matchup among Division II squads when the Trojans visit Larkspur.
Composer and pianist Nolan Gasser of Petaluma has adapted the children's classic " The Secret Garden ," in a joint project between the San Francisco Opera and Cal Performances in Berkeley. "It's the perfect operatic vehicle; it has rich characters
Wood High School baseball team tops Casa Grande in season debut Published by The Reporter Posted: 02/27/2013 01:03:48 AM PST Will C. Wood High School's baseball team opened the season with a 4-2 victory at Casa Grande of Petaluma on Tuesday.
Font Resize Bay City News Service A World War I-era artillery shell was found in a Petaluma home Monday and prompted police to close streets and evacuate residents while bomb technicians disposed of the shell, police and sheriff's officials said. A
Petaluma police have responded to a report of a suspicious device in a home on Ely Blvd South, a police dispatcher said...Police have closed Ely Boulevard South between Caulfield Lane and Weaverly Drive. Police said the device is old World War II
The confrontation occurred late Saturday night, when Stolz went to see the band Pride & Joy at George's nightclub on Fourth Street. His accuser, a 55-year-old Daly City resident, went to the same show with his wife, son and daughter-in-law, police