Petaluma holding water-usage workshopResidents, businesses welcome to weigh in with ideas for conservation amid state drought mandates.
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The long-lived rock band is headed for the Wells Fargo Center.
Petaluma’s Hoby Wedler can't see and uses that fact to his advantage at the popular blind tastings he hosts at Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville.
Purroy Takes Kitchen Reigns at Sonoma State
Former restaurant owner will be the new chef-in-charge for Sonoma
Where else can you throw cow chips and coo over cute little kids dressed as chicks? A look at this year’s signature festival in Petaluma to honor its agricultural heritage.
The Warriors pass the ball alertly, intelligently, beautifully. Their passing is a Shakespeare sonnet. Old Willie would have loved Warriors passing.
As the drought continues, some North Coast growers are advocating the expansion of “dry farming,” which uses natural rainfall — not irrigation — to produce grapes.
North Bay communities have gotten pretty good marks since calls for voluntary conservation began in 2013, and the latest figures from the state Water Resources Control Board are no exception.
ArtFlame collective among those setting up shop in repurposed Barracks 33.
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