Section: News

Smooth moves

Smooth moves

Dietitian Gigi Kwok whips up a healthy smoothie for students of Amber Willams’s fifth-grade class at El Verano Elementary School,... Continue

Largest U.S. floating solar project coming to Sonoma County

Power generated by solar arrays floating on wastewater ponds will become part of the energy mix of Sonoma Clean Power (SCP), the County’s... Continue

Birth of a revolution

Birth of a revolution

Documenting the beginning of a small demonstration to a full-blown revolution, the film “In Tahrir Square: 18 Days of Egypt’s... Continue

News Bites: March 3, 2015

News Bites: March 3, 2015

The latest food and drink news from around Sonoma Valley. You can send your news bites to our Food + Drink Editor, Sarah Stierch, at... Continue

Cynthia Tarr’s ‘Life’ in song

Cynthia Tarr's 'Life' in song

Sonoma Community Center continues its 2015 Winter Performance Series in Andrews Hall on Saturday, March 7 when Cynthia Tarr &... Continue

Properties of art

Properties of art

Sonoma artist and historian Barbara White Perry has been creating detailed ink and vine-charcoal drawings of historic Sonoma Valley,... Continue

City calls for volunteer policymakers

City calls for volunteer policymakers

(Photo Credit: Cory Maylett, CC BY SA 3.0) The City of Sonoma is looking for volunteers to fill vacancies on three commissions.  Interested... Continue

Sonoma Valley death notices

Sonoma Valley death notices

Donald Francis Glennon, 90, of Sonoma, passed away on January 31, 2015. Robert Thomas Hansen, 70, of Sonoma, passed away on January... Continue

Sonoma’s annual Student Artist Award

Sonoma Valley High School graduate Jeffrey Peterson, now a third year undergrad at the University of the Pacific, is the recipient... Continue

Willmar’s grief services to continue under new agency

Willmar's grief services to continue under new agency

Services offered by the WillMar Family Grief & Healing Center, the Sonoma-based nonprofit slated to cease operations in March,... Continue