• Chinese developer buys Sonoma Valley resort property

    The $41 million purchase, of a 186-acre undeveloped site on the east side of Highway 12 near Lawndale Road, includes rights to develop a luxury resort and winery, along with a restaurant and almost a dozen high-end homes.
  • Ocean study shows alarming pattern in oxygen loss

    Many of the factors tied to a rapid loss of oxygen in the world’s oceans up to 17,000 years ago are emergent today. The implications are dire for all kinds of sea life, challenging coastal economies and threatening food sources that sustain billions of people on the planet.
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Suspects at large in Santa Rosa stabbing

Detectives Friday were still searching for suspects involved in a stabbing during a suspected gang fight that spilled onto a downtown Santa Rosa street Thursday night.

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Gung-ho Santa Rosa Marine now go-to lawyer

Witnessing brutality of war, a staff sergeant turned his intellectual arsenal toward holding people accountable to the law and protecting those who were victimized by it.

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Ten days of fun

Upcoming events include the Sebastopol Guitar Festival, live music and dance performances, and a chance to attend an event with a former president.

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Benefield: Tech High's Himansu Singh standing tall on basketball court (w/video)

Himansu Singh is a lanky junior who leads Technology High's young varsity basketball team in nearly every conceivable stat category.

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Kendall-Jackson parent buys pinot specialist Siduri Wines

Jackson Family Wines has bought Santa Rosa-based Siduri Wines, a small family winery that has risen to prominence in two decades through its highly regarded single-vineyard pinot noirs.

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PD Editorial: IRS cuts may cost more than they save

In just a few short months, Americans must file tax returns. If they need help completing their forms, they might be out of luck.

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Napa’s Portocork protects health, reputation of wine corks

Natural cork regains its dominance after addressing “taint” issues.

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