- Santa Rosa eyes overhaul of building process
- Sonoma Compost must shut by Oct. 15
- Tobacco-sales rules back before Sonoma council
- Early return urged for mail-in ballots
- Garbage hauler seeks rate hike
- Clearlake kills ban on pot cultivation
- New budget would close Sonoma Developmental Center by 2018
- County unveils advisory panel on winery development rules
- Supervisors back civilian oversight of law enforcement
- Santa Rosa unveils proposed 2015-16 budget
After World War II, a world-class system of public colleges was the engine that drove prosperity in California. The unspoken agreement was that every generation would help the next find success. Now that promise to pay it forward looks to be in jeopardy.
How much do residents of Sonoma County really care about the condition of their roads? Some would say we’re about to find out as voters decide on Measure A, a quarter-cent sales tax on the June 2 ballot.
As Californians, we cherish our magnificent coastline, which is an enduring source of enjoyment, inspiration, rejuvenation and a thriving coastal economy.