USA beats Germany 2-0 to advance to Women's World Cup finalThe second-ranked United States will play the winner of Wednesday night’s match in Edmonton between defending champion Japan, ranked No. 4, and sixth-ranked England.
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Broadway powerhouse Megan Hilty teams with the Santa Rosa Symphony for a holiday show at the Green Music Center and more.
Make your plans, June-Sept., for festivals, fairs, music, art, plays, family events and free shows.
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With the region in the fourth year of drought, fire prevention officers say they are pushing even harder this year for people to go to organized fireworks displays and skip the home show.
The second-ranked United States will play the winner of Wednesday night’s match in Edmonton between defending champion Japan, ranked No. 4, and sixth-ranked England.
The council agreed to discuss a number of options to address the city’s rapidly rising rents, which have soared 30 percent in three years.
Despite the heat of controversy surrounding a new state vaccination bill, Gov. Jerry Brown signed it Tuesday before the ink could dry, making it mandatory that children who enter school, or day care, be vaccinated.
44 of the original 56 students returned for their 50th high school reunion, joined by special guests and a carved eagle named Goldie.
All-Empire large school softball player of the year Joelle Krist
Krist hit a phenomenal .529, knocked in a mind-boggling 46 runs and banged six home runs.