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When Detroit ruled the world

When Detroit ruled the world

Over 150 hot rods, custom roadsters and Detroit muscle cars are expected at the Bad Ass Car Show on Saturday, September 6, at the Sonoma... Continue

SDC appeals funding loss

Faced with a loss of $2.5 million per month in federal funding for the Sonoma Developmental Center, state officials have appealed the... Continue

Gun-crazy teen busted near Maxwell Park

A teenager who boasted of his skills with homemade guns led deputies to a cache of firearms after being arrested late Friday night... Continue

Creating a ‘good deal’ for her Rwanda homeland

Creating a ‘good deal’ for her Rwanda homeland

(By Jonathan Farrell) For Anna Bimenyinama, the mission plan for her Bon Marche thrift shop has a deeper meaning. “What we... Continue

Sonoma Valley death notices

Sonoma Valley death notices

Patricia Ann Baskerville, 74, of Glen Ellen, died July 31, 2014. Mary Campbell, 92, of Eldridge, died June 25, 2014. Christina Chase,... Continue

Showcase series continues with poetry, piano

The Sonoma Theatre Alliance’s Sonoma Nights Showcase series presents two events this month: “An Evening of Poetry,” featuring... Continue

SV Hospital won’t cut Obstetrics Program

Sonoma Valley Hospital has announced that it will continue its Obstetrics program, a service questioned by hospital administration... Continue

Go ask Alice

Go ask Alice

Can Alice return down the rabbit hole and lead an uprising against the tyrannical Queen of Hearts? The adventure in Tony Ginesi’s... Continue

Key ‘Witness’

Key ‘Witness’

Following an acclaimed, sold-out run at American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews bring the concert... Continue

In honor of

In honor of

Celebrating a major donation to the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance, in the name of Sonoma’s Kent Larson from the Charles Schwab... Continue