2 hrs ago
Chimney damage prevalent from Sunday's quake
Crews with JMS Development Co. work to take down the chimney on a historic officer quarter after it was damaged during the South Napa Earthquake.
6 hrs ago
AmCan officials advise residents to check for earthquake damage, offer free permits to fix
Initial post-earthquake inspections found no damage to any city systems or facilities and further inspections Tuesday also find no substantial damage, City Manager Dana Shigley said.
10 hrs ago
SEAOC issues response to American Canyon Earthquake
Sacramento, Calif. - The Structural Engineers Association of California issues the following response by Michael Cochran, SEAOC Board President, Reinhard Ludke, and Ken O'Dell: As the Napa region works to recover from the strongest California earthquake in 20-plus years, the rest of the State should be on notice that Sunday's 6.0M American Canyon ... (more)
14 hrs ago
All But One Napa Valley School To Reopen Wednesday Following Earthquake Inspections
All but one of Napa Valley Unified School District's campuses will reopen for classes Wednesday after being closed for two days while engineers inspected them for possible damage from Sunday morning's 6.0-magnitude earthquake near American Canyon, Superintendent Patrick Sweeney announced this afternoon.
18 hrs ago
Solano County To Consider Declaring 'State of Emergency' To Cover Earthquake Damage
The Solano County Board of Supervisors will consider a resolution on Tuesday that would declare the county under a state of emergency in response to a 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck near American Canyon early Sunday morning.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Contra Costa Times
Napa earthquake: Damage assessment won't come easy
Power is back on citywide, business is trickling back into downtown, and the first day of school arrives Wednesday.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Napa earthquake: Aftershocks rattle North Bay, damage Highway 29
Four aftershocks rattled the North Bay early Tuesday morning, including a 3.9 shaker that further damaged Highway 29, while crews continued to repair water mains and inspect buildings for damage.
More Quakes, Aftershocks Rock Napa
Five small quakes and aftershocks rumbled through wine country early Tuesday, days after the biggest earthquake in 25 years hit the Bay Area.
The Daily Democrat
Near epicenter, American Canyon fared better than Napa or Vallejo in Sunday's quake
For being as close as it was to the epicenter of Sunday's South Napa Earthquake, the city of American Canyon fared remarkably well, city officials said.
Pinoys in Napa clean up damage after strong quake
Clean-up in the Bay Area has started after Sunday's 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck near the cities of Napa and American Canyon.
Napa wineries rocked by powerful earthquake
The most powerful earthquake to hit northern California for 25 years has left more than 100 injured and wreaked havoc in wine cellars across Napa Valley and Sonoma County on the eve of harvest.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Are You Ready for the Next Earthquake?
Falling debris, power outages, ruptured pipes and fires are just a few of the things that can happen as a result of a large earthquake.
San Jose Mercury News
Post-quake tourism: What s open in Wine Country
Fancy a trip to winemaker Darryl Sattui's winery/castle? It's open for business, as are dozens of other wineries.
Napa earthquake: Power mostly restored, schools closed Monday morning
Schools were closed, three dozen buildings red-tagged and a Red Cross center was busy Monday morning serving Napa residents left shaken by Sunday's early morning earthquake.
A busy day after earthquake for Salvation Army in Vallejo
With church service and all, Capt. Jonathan Harvey is used to a busy Sunday. Coordinating humanitarian efforts to emergency personnel and earthquake victims, however, was not on the menu.
Vallejo, Napa hit hard by 6.0 earthquake
People wander the streets in downtown Napa after a 6.0 earthquake that damaged several historic buildings, knock out power and damaged roads.
Earthquake's timing left many fumbling in dark
Winemaker Tom Montgomery stands in wine and reacts to seeing damage following an earthquake at the B.R. Cohn Winery barrel storage facility Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, in Napa, Calif.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Governor's Office of Emergency Services Coordinating to Support Local Jurisdictions Impacted by the 6.0 Earthquake in American Canyon, Napa County
Early this morning the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services activated its State Operations Center , and the Coastal Regional Emergency Operations Center, to dispatch state resources and provide assistance to Napa County after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the small community of American Canyon at 3:20 AM.
Marin jolted by 6.1-magnitude quake in North Bay
A 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck lower Napa County early Sunday, causing shaking throughout Marin but apparently no major damage, though authorities closed a Highway 37 offramp in Vallejo because of buckling.
Whittier Daily News
How Napa wineries are impacted by a 6.1 Bay Area earthquake
Vintners in the Napa Valley have begun to evaluate the damage to their cellars following Sunday's 6.1-magnitude earthquake , which rocked American Canyon and its immediate environs at 3:20 a.m. Damage is being reported across the valley, and many winery tasting rooms will be closed today and possibly tomorrow.