Stories from Chris Smith

He’s considering a career in medicine or medical research, and he’s applied for admission to about a dozen colleges. The other day, Princeton offered admission and full scholarship.
Five years after the closure of the beloved market, something's sprouting up at the vacant space in Fountaingrove.
Amy Ethington says she’s in awe to observe how hard and joyfully Annelise prepares for ‘The Music Man.’
The 1943 Alfred Hitchcock classic, filmed in Santa Rosa, is being shown tonight at the Roxy Theater.
Thanks to two Sonoma County researchers, the stories behind thousands of early Santa Rosa’s residents buried at the Rural Cemetery will not be forgotten.
What to do with a pair of airplane tickets to the nation’s capital now that January’s inauguration has a different star?
The co-founder of Forestville’s Kozlowski Farms was born on Armistice Day of 1927.
A WWII combat soldier and a teen songstress brightened the Veterans Day breakfast in Healdsburg.
Retired trucker Dan Yolo, 91, was standing on the strategic Rhine River span when it crumpled into the Rhine in 1945.
Seeming to direct many of his comments to the Santa Rosa veteran, the Communist official urged reconciliation in a talk at the San Francisco Fairmont.