s
s
Sections
Sections
Subscribe
30°
Clear
FRI
 53°
 32°
SAT
 51°
 33°
SUN
 55°
 35°
MON
 55°
 35°
TUE
 58°
 35°
Latest Stories
The family wants to explore whether it makes sense to continue food production on the property, now primarily planted as a pinot noir vineyard.
5 hours ago
Santa Rosa officials answering Roseland annexation questions
Treasures, rehab center at Lytton Springs near Healdsburg nearing end
Trump administration appears poised to crack down on legal marijuana
Petaluma High grad up for an Oscar
Sonoma County makes list of top 20 hottest real estate markets in US
Real-life Romeo and Juliet? Man drives off California highway where girlfriend killed herself

‘The Beginning Place’ protected by new land use accord

The conservation deal includes access for the Kashia tribe to its sacred grounds

More News
Live in parts of Sonoma County and flooding is just a fact of life. Take a look back at some of the most memorable flooding from the region's past.
A Los Angeles policeman is under investigation after a video appears to show him firing a single round during an off-duty tussle with a 13-year-old boy.
Hidden in plain sight along the blufftop trail are several amazing wonders, secrets to all but a few. See if you can spot them.
Rainy weather in Sonoma County means snow for higher elevation areas in California. Click here to see snow photos submitted by readers.
The connection would impact more than 250 businesses.
It’s not every day that you find vegan smoked carrot lox and cashew cream cheese on a menu next to roasted bone marrow but Drawing Board in downtown Petaluma is not your everyday restaurant.
Alan Colmes, the radio and television host and commentator best known as the amiable liberal foil to the hard-right Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel, has died.
Lifeguards involved in Monday's rescue say the surf was so powerful two of their rescue boards broke.
Recent Columns
Complete Coverage

Our Network

23 best breakfast spots in Sonoma County
A Wine Country wedding for 2 college sweethearts
Better get Taco Bell's chicken shell while you still can
Naturalist program seeking teen interns
Punk pioneer Mike Watt to perform in Santa Rosa
Lineup announced for Huichica Festival
Beyonce pulls out of Coachella, under doctor's orders
Petaluma High grad up for an Oscar
Drink Up! There's a New Cocktail Haven in Healdsburg
Sonoma's Huichica Festival Announces 2017 Lineup
A Wine Country Wedding for Two College Sweethearts
7 Best Cruises for Food & Wine Enthusiasts
10,000 Degrees college adviser an advocate for students
SRJC alum a champion for diversity
Sonoma County lawyer protects the underserved
From homeless to ‘helping Petaluma’
5 hidden secrets of Sonoma Coast’s best trail
Naturalist program seeking teen interns
Gearhead: Sweet Protection Igniter ski helmet
Get outdoors with these local events
Local pot growers’ group comes out against business tax
Men’s Wearhouse founder more into weed than wardrobes
Famed vineyard selling to pot growers
Pot industry holds breath as business tax goes to county voters
Why is your favorite restaurant closed today? #daywithoutimmigrants
Handline Restaurant No Fish Story in Sebastopol
Healdsburg Restaurant Semi-Finalist for Best New Restaurant in America
The Insane New Starbucks Breakfast Treat
Petaluma seeks to expand fiber optic connection to southern business park
Suspect allegedly shot at man during argument
Treasures, rehab center at Lytton Springs near Healdsburg nearing end
Santa Rosa will ask next month to annex Roseland
Empire wrestlers set for NCS tournament
Petaluma soccer club joins pro development league
SRJC men's basketball team begins playoffs Friday
Giants' Nunez hopes to keep third base job
Petaluma seeks to expand fiber optic connection to southern business park
$65 one-way fares to Europe offered from certain US cities
Trump administration appears poised to crack down on legal marijuana
Community radio station makes Petaluma debut
Ex-addict now advocates for homeless
Converting ammunition casings to art
Community news from our towns
Fun events in our towns
Friday’s Letters to the Editor
Supporting arts for our sake
Close to Home: The painful and dark side of illegal immigration
Krauthammer: Trump, foreign relations and the ‘Madman Theory’