Richard Joy, honored by Reagan, Ford, diesBlind and deaf, Richard Dwight Joy Jr. ran, swam and wrestled competitively, bicycled, and had a near three-decade career at Hewlett-Packard and Agilent.
- Nonprofits become a billion-dollar sector in Sonoma County
- Nonprofits growing faster in California than other states
- Springlike days mean drought drags on
- Sebastopol woman sues FedEx over late wife’s spousal benefits
- Suspect in Petaluma Wells Fargo robbery arrested
- Smith: Philippine VIP ‘Sonny’ Osmeña’s long-delayed return to Sonoma County
- Cash and pot taken in home invasion robbery
- Penngrove man sentenced to prison for identity theft
Sonoma County is home to 1,375 nonprofit organizations, which generate at least $1.2 billion in annual revenue, employ more than 16,000 workers and marshal an army of tens of thousands of volunteers.
Craig Ramini, Buffalo Mozzarella Founder Dies
Buffalo mozzarella founder Craig Ramini has died. Friends are hoping to help keep the...
Children's author Jonathan London collaborated on a book with his son, Sean, who drew all of the illustrations.
Things to do this weekend and beyond include whale watching at the coast, a retro Alice in Wonderland showing, many music concerts and more.
Klay Thompson's father said he thought his son might be in for a big game as he watched the first few minutes of the third quarter Friday.
Sonoma County’s surging economy finished 2014 on a strong note as the jobless rate declined to 4.7 percent in December. The county has added 6,000 jobs in the past year.
The delta smelt is an easy target. It’s small, no more than 3 inches long, and has no unusual features. Few people ever see one.
High school boys basketball roundup: Piner scoring spree overwhelms Healdsburg, 57-29
Piner scored 18 consecutive points to begin the second half while defeating visiting...