Pot cultivation bill clears hurdleBill 243, dubbed the Marijuana Watershed Protection Act, would create environmental guidelines for marijuana cultivation in California.
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- 1 held, 1 still at large in SRJC student's stabbing
- Movie theater manager from Petaluma admits embezzling $100,000
- Santa Rosa teachers, district reach contract agreement
- Petaluma industrial buildings sold for $10.2 million
- Fake grass growing in popularity around Sonoma County
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El Molino grad Ben McKee is gearing up for his band's North American tour, kicking off Friday in Napa.
Targeted for opening in late 2016, Wineseum has diverse plans that include a small representation of early California wine history.
Stax Social Eatery | Cotati
Stax Social Eatery in Cotati offers DIY mix and match meals served on thematic trays....
An Ohio woman who returned to Wine Country to celebrate her first wedding anniversary was killed in a bicycle accident Tuesday in St. Helena.
The Warriors want to barge into the record books and prove to the country that Oakland — not some made-up-city called Golden State — is the epicenter of pro hoops.
JDSU, one of Sonoma County’s largest high-tech employers, disposed hazardous waste into the Santa Rosa’s sewer system over several years.
We thought international competition had hit bottom in 1998 when IOC members were accused of taking bribes to bring the winter games to Utah. We were wrong.
The annual Jim Thrower Rotary Writing Faire brings together middle school writers from public and private schools across Sonoma Valley.
NCS softball: Petaluma's right-field hits lead to win over Ukiah
Trojans advance to play No. 1 seed Livermore on Saturday.