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Sonoma building department helps post-quake Napa

Sonoma building department helps post-quake Napa

Following the earthquake that caused more than an estimated $300 million in structural damage in Napa, the City of Sonoma Building... Continue

Goodbye, sweet Emily

Goodbye, sweet Emily

After 22 years, Dr. F. says goodbye to his beloved cat.  Read More →

House of dance

House of dance

Legendary dance band Dave Martin’s House Party returns to Sonoma Plaza for the Red & White Ball on Saturday, September 5. Although... Continue

A big Sonoma wine weekend

A big Sonoma wine weekend

There’s so much to do, Wine Guy Greg Walter says there should be a new name for Labor Day weekend.  Read More →

Summers school of rock

Summers school of rock

Back by popular demand after a sold-out show in March, Sonoma songstress Sarah Summers returns to the Sebastiani Theatre for a concert... Continue

B.R. Cohn: Quake losses less than feared

As the dust settled from Sunday’s earthquake in Napa, B.R. Cohn Winery president and CEO Dan Cohn was able to get a more accurate... Continue

Playland memories

Playland memories

Gone now for more than four decades, one of San Francisco’s lost treasures is the subject of “Remembering Playland at the Beach,”... Continue

Earth, fire and ice: Sonoma hiker completes John Muir Trail

Earth, fire and ice: Sonoma hiker completes John Muir Trail

Avid backpacker and wilderness advocate Teri Shore of Sonoma will share her 21 days as a solo backpacker on the John Muir Trail with... Continue

Allegedly: Gun-toting meth dealer busted in Larson Park

Allegedly: Gun-toting meth dealer busted in Larson Park

A Boyes Hot Springs man engaged in what officers described as a likely drug deal was arrested Saturday evening in Sonoma’s Larson... Continue

Dixon wins Grand Prix of Sonoma

Dixon wins Grand Prix of Sonoma

Scott Dixon overtook race leader Mike Conway on Lap 83 of 85 and went on to win the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma at Sonoma Raceway on... Continue