Got lights? Here’s how to show them off
If you’ve got a holiday display worth sharing, add it to our Holiday Lights Map.
Pine Flat: From boomtown to ghost town
For a brief time in the 1870s, Pine Flat, northeast of Healdsburg, was said to be the fastest growing town in Northern California. Today, there's nothing there.
The Week in Sonoma County: Dec. 14-21
Share some Stone Soup, watch a movie, see a play or visit the Christmas Train Show.
Holiday efforts, changes in Geyserville
Community collections continue for holiday food and gift collections, plus a new focus for Linda Schroeter’s studio.
Celebrate the season in Sonoma County
Town-by-town listings reflect the unique ways each of the communities observes the holidays.
The Week in Sonoma County: Dec. 7-14
Zenfest, Emerald Cup cannabis festival, music and a ton of holiday events on tap for the week.
Alexander Valley Ladies’ Aid still going strong
Group formed to build a church still meets, manage church property after 103 years
Holiday Events: What’s happening in Sonoma County
Here’s where to find Santa, tree-lightings, open houses and holiday cheer.
13 holiday events you won't want to miss
From lighted riverboats and twilight menorah lightings to posadas, processions and tractor parades, the season kicks off with a bang this weekend. Here’s a peek at what's ahead.
Messages of faith and thanksgiving
As we start the holidays with turkey and thanksgiving, Sonoma County faith leaders have their eyes on loftier goals — fasting and reflection, peace and joy, paying it forward and discovering the happiness that comes from reaching out to others in need.
Coming up in Sonoma County: Nov. 23 - Nov. 30
SONOMA, NOV. 23 Church bake sale: Purchase holiday desserts including cakes, cookies, breads, jams and jellies at the Thanksgiving bake sale 9 a.m
Geyserville parade trots out decorated tractors and farm vehicles
Join them Nov. 29 for Sonoma County’s shortest, brightest holiday parade.
Longtime Dry Creek tribe chairman ousted
After 10 years leading the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, Harvey Hopkins came in last in a three-person race for his chairman post. Chris Wright, head of marketing for the tribe’s casino, was the winner.
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