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Hannah Beausang - Staff Reporter

Hanna Beausang is a staff reporter at The Press Democrat

hannah.beausang@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Hannah Beausang

The site near the future Tolay park, purchased with more than $3 million in taxpayer funds and a $720,000 grant, offers stunning views of San Pablo Bay, Petaluma River, Mount Tamalpais and Mount Diablo. Take a look.
The event, which runs through Thursday at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, features more than 4,000 varieties of heirloom produce.
Local vets are riding and rallying Saturday in Healdsburg to remember Sgt. Ryan Connolly
The Press Democrat is working on a story about the various ways residents are commemorating the anniversary. We’d like to hear your story.
'I get to go to school with my best friends,' said Johnny Beglin, a business administration major who plans to play for the lacrosse team.
The long-awaited daily service is set to begin next year.
Two small grass fires reported on northbound Highway 101 near Arata Lane were quickly contained after Sunday afternoon, an emergency dispatcher said.
John Cox, who’s running for governor against Gavin Newsom, spoke at a Republican candidates breakfast Sunday in Rohnert Park.
The fire burned 700 more acres into Sunday evening, but containment also increased to 20 percent, according to Cal Fire.
No injuries were reported in the 12:43 p.m. crash on northbound Highway 101 outside Novato, the CHP said.
Rebuilding Our Community Sonoma County is providing aid in the form of money, services and even assistance with replacement housing.
The Cunningham-Hembree Estate becomes first property in Windsor to earn the national distinction.
Combined with Carr fire in Shasta and Trinity counties, insured losses from July fires total $845 million so far.
'It's been a grind from when it first happened to where it is now,' said SRJC assistant baseball coach Tom Francois, who contractors say is the first Fountaingrove resident to have a home rebuilt and ready for occupancy after the Tubbs fire.
Longer and more intense wildfires seasons have in the past two years contributed to poor air quality in the North Bay, official said.
Sonoma councilwoman Rachel Hundley found her social media history weaponized against her in a new type of political attack that is drawing widespread condemnation in the normally polite Wine Country town.
Mary Beth Leland and her husband, Eric, have volunteered at refugee camps in Greece. They’re also raising money through bracelets made of refugee life jackets.
The upcoming free celebration in Old Courthouse Square includes music, dancing, a ceremony to bury a time capsule, a birthday cake toast and a movie.
A Santa Rosa man was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of stabbing and seriously injuring two security guards at La Perla Tapatia on Santa Rosa Avenue, police said.
Free classes in basic construction skills is helping to prepare workers who will help rebuild Sonoma County from the October wildfires.
The marathon Sunday brought nearly 3,000 runners from 48 states and 14 countries to Santa Rosa.
A 34-year-old man was arrested Saturday night after leading officers on a high-speed pursuit on Highway 101.
A Willits man with a history of groping women and girls in Sonoma County was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of violating his parole.
Crews focused on reinforcing containment lines Sunday in the 402,065-acre Ranch fire.
A lengthy quest to commission Petaluma’s first piece of public art, a collection of bathtubs atop stilts slated to sit along the city's waterfront, has sparked a fiery debate.