Favorite recipes of Cloverdale seniors
Senior Center cookbook shares more than 160 personal favorites.
Off The Rails: Dreaming of a railroad cafe in Healdsburg
Healdsburg councilman continues search for perfect coffee shop caboose
Off The Rails: Cloverdale caboose becomes cozy abode
Retired rail exec and his wife meld historic charm, modern comforts in vineyard B&B
Off The Rails: Peaceful office space in Geyserville
Quiet mornings, wine and sunsets star at this renovated caboose
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 16-23
Art, dance, music, theater, literature, food and a hike to Jack London’s graveside memorial.
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 9-16
Eleanor Coppola’s art, Veterans’ Day, holiday kick-offs and lots of entertainment
Arson suspected in Geyserville house fire (w/video)
A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy arriving at a Geyserville home Tuesday to serve an eviction notice found the Victorian on fire.
Cloverdale voters back incumbents, former mayor
In early returns, Councilman Joe Palla was leading, with colleague Carol Russell and former mayor Gus Wolter close behind.
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 2-Nov. 9
Senior games, 30 years of peace, holiday crafts and other ways to entertain yourself.
A new Cloverdale chapter in Roy Parvin’s life
After 10-year writing slump, novelist rediscovers his muse in North Bay
The Week in Sonoma County: Oct. 26-Nov. 2
Coming up: Book signings, plays, craft shows, music, science, burlesque, dancing and a tribute to the Battle for Bodega Bay.
Cloverdale police add SUVs to fleet
Cloverdale has been gradually updating its fleet of police patrol cars, replacing the oldest Ford Crown Victorias with Chevy Tahoes, but now that the department has eight, City Manager Paul Cayler is beginning to field a number of inquiries from citizens who perceive it as an extravagance and want to know what’s up.
The Week in Wine Country: Oct. 12-19
Meet the Resurrection Roller Girls, watch for UFOs, listen to live music, celebrate Oktoberfest and other ways to spend your week.
Rocky Horror Picture Show returns with a twist
Since Ryan and Kathryn Hecht bought the Clover Theater last year, they have been pulling one surprise after another out of their bag of tricks.