Brown tells critics of water tunnels project to 'shut up'Gov. Jerry Brown addressed critics of his $15M twin tunnel plan, saying unless they have invested a million hours working on the problem, they should "shut up."
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There's something for everyone at tonight's Wednesday Night Market in Santa Rosa, one of the many seasonal markets popping up all over the county.
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Valette | Healdsburg
Valette in Healdsburg is on the A-list when it comes to haute dining in a friendly...
State water regulators late Tuesday took unprecedented action, adopting sweeping restrictions on water use in what is now the fourth year of drought.
One big inning by one of baseball's most dangerous lineups cost Chris Heston and the Giants.
Cyan president Mike Hatfield, an instrumental player in the growth of Telecom Valley, also plans to stay following the $400 million sale to Ciena Corp.
Gov. Brown’s plan to drill two giant tunnels to divert water to Southern California and the Central Valley had one redeeming feature: restoring the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
A local composer makes a living by creating original scores for blockbuster games like ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘LOTR’ and more.
PDPreps Insider: Don't miss All-Empire athletes ceremony
The 21st annual All-Empire Athletes of the Year ceremony is Wednesday, May 6.