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Sonoma Index Tribune
Labor group backs hotel plan
The North Bay Labor Council, representing some 30,000 AFL-CIO members in an array of California unions, announced Wednesday evening that its general delegates had just ratified an agreement with Kenwood Investments, LLC that all employees at the proposed West Napa Street hotel would be paid a living wage with health care, would be hired locally, ... (more)
Thu May 23, 2013
Crash sparks brush fire south of Sonoma
A single-vehicle crash into a power pole Thursday afternoon caused a brush fire and toppled power lines on Napa Road near Highway 121 south of Sonoma.
International Chardonnay Day
Today is International Chardonnay Day and for those of you too cool, or self obsessed to consider drinking chardonnay, well, this isn't for you.
Protest against Monsanto comes to Vallejo
The protest is scheduled to begin at the Vallejo Farmers market at 9:30 a.m. and progress to a one-mile march by 11 a.m., starting at the foot of Georgia Street.
The Drinks Business
Spirits threatening wine sales in the US
A rise in spirits consumption in the US is posing a threat to wine sales in the country, according to Joe Cafaro from Napa's Cafaro Cellars.
Remembering the originality of Door's keyboardist
Yet, Ray Manzarek's always-inventive keyboard adventures were an equally indelible aspect of the Los Angeles band's mysterious, striking and strangely spooky sound.
Wed May 22, 2013
Cloud Identity Summit 2013 Workshops Tackle New Models for Identity Security
Led by experts in the field from companies including Google, Microsoft, Ping Identity and Salesforce, the workshops will delve into and discuss new models for identity security and provide attendees with technical, actionable advice.
Lake County Record-Bee
The several day search and rescue effort for the missing child in the City of Clearlake helps to bring focus to the legion of volunteers that will step away from their daily lives to help bring the lost back home.
The Business Journal
County nears vote to help clear way for Napa Pipe
The 154-acre mixed use development near the city of Napa known as Napa Pipe moved a few steps closer to reality today after the Napa County Board of Supervisors voted to close public comment and have county staff spend the next two weeks ironing out a few final details for special zoning measures that would help facilitate the project's ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Palm Springs Honored for Tourism
Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley were ranked at #23 in the United States in this year's "Traveler's Choice Destination Awards" , sponsored by TripAdvisor.com. It's the first time the city has ranked in the top 25 by the magazine and online travel website.
Lack of French restaurants?
Bouchon in Yountville is only one of three French restaurants to make the Top 100 this year.
Sun May 19, 2013
Napa Valley: Five free things to do in California's wine country
Love the lush and lovely Napa Valley but hate how expensive it can be? You're not the first.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse takes on the slow roads
Despite its massive horsepower and torque, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse behaves nicely cruising on a twisty mountain road.
Fri May 17, 2013
Lake County Record-Bee
Napa Bomb Squad safely detonates grenades at Clearlake Oaks home
The Lake County Sheriff's Office reported finding two hand grenades in a home where a standoff took place this week.
Teen Woken By Snake Bite
Teens can sleep through anything. Well, almost anything. While a sleepy Napa, California teen was reaching for her alarm clock she was bitten on the hand by a large boa constrictor.
Hints on how to not feel guilty for leaving the children for a weekend
I am certainly not a mom that feels as though she has to be attached to her child day and night.
SOBOBA: The Maze Stone is area's hidden gem
Tucked away in the San Jacinto mountains is The Country Club at Soboba Springs. The club is open to the public and along with its highly rated golf course features The Maze Stone restaurant.
New Times SLO
Wild and precious in Paso
Sasha Irving, programs director of Studios on the Park, first heard "The Summer Day" read during Mass, she said.
Thu May 16, 2013
Vallejo's Sutter, Kaiser hospitals earn As in patient safety study
Sutter Solano Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente Vallejo Medical Center earned "As" in safety in The Leapfrog Group's latest report, according to Leapfrog's website.