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Eloisa Gonzalez - Staff Reporter

Staff Reporter at The Press Democrat

eloisa.gonzalez@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Eloisa Gonzalez

Jackson Family Wines has provided space at its Russian River Valley vineyard and ranch for Santa Rosa High’s FFA students to raise goats and lambs for the county fair.
Visitors leave good wishes and notes for loved ones at 'Tea and Memories in the Rose Garden,' held at the Russian River Rose Co. in Healdsburg.
Cesar Chavez Language Academy will be moving onto the Cook Middle School campus in fall 2019. Beyond that, little is planned, district officials said.
Dozens of current and former Redwood Adventist Academy students and their families gathered Saturday at the burn site to celebrate the school’s past and future during Alumni Weekend.
Local community leaders spent days providing immigrant families information in Spanish on fires and evacuation orders before shifting to long-term recovery needs.
Nearly six months after their town was annexed by Santa Rosa, Roseland residents reflect on community pride and share their hopes for the future.
Santa Rosa City Schools board members adopted the more rigorous graduation requirement late Wednesday.
A 19-year-old Analy High School graduate was stabbed to death in a Sebastopol parking lot on Saturday. The suspect was caught about 6 p.m. in Marin County.
The old preschool on the St. Rose Catholic School campus burned down during the Tubbs fire.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office said the explosion remains under investigation.
A wellness center for students and families who were impacted by October's wildfires will open this summer.
Principal Julie Stearn dressed up as a gorilla as a reward for second-grader Corbin Post, who read over 100 books this school year.
Technology High School will be moving out of SSU’s Salazar Hall into the Waldo Rohnert Elementary School campus next year.
After a Wednesday meeting, board members appear poised to adopt more rigorous graduation requirements.
The man had a blood-alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit when he rear-ended a patrol car, Santa Rosa police said.
School board members are weighing whether to require Santa Rosa high school students to complete UC-approved college-prep courses to graduate.
A tip about illegal gun sales led detectives to a Larkfield home, where they arrested a man on multiple drug and weapons charges.
Santa Rosa Junior College announced its summer registration would go ahead as planned Monday, before a final decision on what courses are cut to close a multimillion dollar budget shortfall.
Santa Rosa City Schools now is looking at Cook Middle School and Lewis Opportunity School as potential sites for the growing Cesar Chavez Language Academy.
Santa Rosa High students by the hundreds joined many more across Sonoma County and the nation in a large walkout Wednesday to call for action to curb gun violence.
Thousands of Sonoma County students joined others across the nation on Wednesday for a coordinated school walkout calling for stronger action to curb gun violence.
'I’m sorry,' board president Stephanie Merrida-Grant said to a shouting mother Monday night. 'This decision didn’t come lightly.'
Bellevue Union school board trustees are calling for the closure of Stony Point Academy, a growing charter school in southwest Santa Rosa.
Santa Rosa City Schools board president Jenni Klose urged local business and community leaders to support public schools.
Santa Rosa City Schools is the first K-12 school district in Sonoma County to switch to district elections.