Two sweet shops, or dulcerias, have opened in Santa Rosa, serve as tasty reminders of home for Latinos.
Representatives aren’t supposed to choose the voters. But that’s what happens when elected officials draw their own districts.
Luis Arriaga turned 14 on Jan. 26. Eleven days later, he was on a plane to Madrid as a member of the U.S. U-14 boys national soccer team.
Sonoma County’s craft brewing industry continues to chug along as the overall economic impact reached $170 million in 2013, a 25 percent increase from the previous year, according to a new study.
One daring question by a Santa Rosa woman in 1964 led to the creation of the March celebration.
From food to folk fun, chances are you'll find it in March around the county.