Santa Rosa board OKs sibling legacy policy for charter schoolsVote came after lengthy and complex discussion over how to boost the percentage of low-income students attending charter schools without alienating parents of current or upcoming students.
- Jim Lopes, a fixture on Santa Rosa streets, dies at 82
- Petaluma city schools chief Bolman retiring
- Sonic expanding fiber optic service to Novato
- Smith: Two travelers converge at Safeway
- Healdsburg talking strategy shift on housing growth
- Sonoma County in top U.S. 10 markets for rent hikes
- Rohnert Park's Giants tribute whiffs
- Sebastopol home cook creating community, budget-minded meals
Ruth Tapian was described as a troubled woman in her later years, but someone who was exceedingly kind to children and animals.
Many schools, clubs and nonprofits in the North Bay are serving up mounds of sweet Dungeness crabs alongside craft beers and crisp wines.
The revered mezzo-soprano, along with the Argento Chamber Ensemble, will perform at a concert that commemorates the end of a 2-year residency for group Trio Ariadne.
Beer Tasting 101?: SSU Offers Beer Appreciation Class
Beer Appreciation class at Sonoma State University includes tasting, business acumen...
Chryst, it is being reported, will become the 49ers offensive coordinator basically because no other sap wanted the job. Chryst is offensive coordinator by default, by lack of interest.
Wine sales increased last year as California premium wineries continued to display strength even though everyday wine struggled amid growing competition from craft beer, cider and distilled spirits.
High school girls basketball roundup: Petaluma clamps down in win
Petaluma played one of its best games of the year while defeating Sonoma Valley, 52-39.
Occidental creek was named for Christopher Falkmann, a Dane who made a fresh start in 1848.