- Santa Rosa moves toward tighter restrictions on secondhand smoke
- Political newcomer seeks council seat in Rohnert Park
- Petaluma road back in political spotlight
- Appointees on Sonoma County law enforcement task force to be paid
- Odd alliances on both sides of Petaluma sales tax hike
- Shutdown of county compost facility averted
- What can candidates who drop out of race do with campaign funds?
- Healdsburg OKs raises for police officers, firefighters
- 2 senior Sonoma County D.A. managers announce plans to leave
- Lone incumbent in Sonoma City Council race
We hoped new opportunities to communicate would increase our civic literacy. To date, they have only made it easier to distort reality and pretend we don’t have to get along with others.
Why is it that we have such a hard time discussing how those in the profession of public safety sometimes, like everyone else, make mistakes?
As we celebrate Labor Day, let’s recognize that a generation of widening inequality has ignited a grassroots movement for economic justice, while gridlock in Washington, D.C., prevents the federal government from acting.