2 hrs ago
Delicious dining, airport convenience at Westin SFO's Grill & Vine
The Westin SFO has something the brag about - a new restaurant, Grill & Vine and an updated hotel.
6 hrs ago
The Business Journal
Construction: Farmhouse Inn finishes $8 million renovation
Farmhouse Inn , a boutique hotel near the western Sonoma County community of Forestville in Russian River Valley, completed an $8 million renovation and expansion project.
6 hrs ago
The Business Journal
North Coast farmers face new state, federal water rules
Whether water is gushing in North Coast waterways or not, farmers in the region are facing proposed state and federal rules aimed at ensuring that there's enough water above and below ground during dry spells such as the current drought and that runoff when the rains return doesn't harm protected species.
8 hrs ago
Husted: Nick LeMasters pulls the strings at Cherry Creek Shopping Center
Nick LeMasters runs a tight ship. He's the general manager of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center , where 18 million people a year come to browse, buy, eat, catch a movie and hang out.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Obtainium Cup returns to Mare Island
A horde of zombies provide an obstacle for Rusty Cleaver as he makes his way through a checkpoint during the Obtainium Cup Contraptor's Rally on Mare Island.
Marin Independent Journal
Editorial: Carving up California may not be our answer
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper turns in boxes of petitions in Sacramento for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split California into six separate states.
Daily Edhat - 07/27/14
Partly cloudy except for areas of morning low clouds and fog. Highs from the mid 70s at the beaches to the 80s in the foothills.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
The Public Eye: Twin Rivers approves more than $277,000 for departing administrator
Barely a year into his new contract, Joseph Williams has resigned as Twin Rivers Unified associate superintendent with a severance package worth more than $277,000.
DA-elect to address LGBT club in Vallejo
Solano County District Attorney-elect Krishna Abrams is one of two speakers scheduled to address the Bayard Rustin LGBT Democratic Club of Napa and Solano in Vallejo on Thursday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
American Canyon may go to Stage 2 drought measures Tuesday
Recognizing Indian tribes, and dealing with the persistent drought are among the issues up for discussion at Tuesday's American Canyon City Council meeting, a makeup of a postponed earlier meeting.
The Modesto Bee
Farm Beat: Peach crop in Stanislaus County has shrunk from heyday
Last Sunday, this paper had an ad about the 50th anniversary of Mistlin Honda, an institution on the North McHenry auto row.
Championing Disabled Rights Key to Iverson's Run for Napa Valley...
Announcement from the candidacy team of William "Kyle" Iverson for Area 4, Napa Valley College Board of Trustees: William "Kyle" Iverson, 32, is running to represent Area 4 on the Napa Valley College Board of Trustees in the November election.
Advocate of Epi-Pens in Schools Takes Fight to Sacramento
Ten-year-old Christopher Olivier of Napa staunchly believes that all California public and charter schools should be stocked with the lifesaving epinephrine auto-injectors, commonly referred to as Epi-Pens.
Sonoma Valley Sun
Police blotter: Girls gone drunk; the well-mannered DUI; office burglary
Without all the alcohol, it might simply have been two young, independent and sassy women enjoying a night on the town.
Ready For Your Close-Up? Tell CNN How Napa County Inspires You To Be Healthy
Announcement from the County of Napa : Help Napa County prove it is the healthiest place to live by making and uploading a short video by August 11 to the CNN 10 Project showing how Napa County inspires residents to be healthy.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Former Glendale resident looks to revive Armenian winery tradition
Varuzhan Mouradian hopes he can bring Western winemaking traditions to Armenia. Mouradian, a wine enthusiast, left his job as an accountant in Glendale to move to Armenia nearly three years ago.
Napa Man, Rohnert Park Woman Accused of Driving Around Drunk at 3 A.M. With Toddler in Back Seat
Two people in the same vehicle with a child were arrested on alcohol intoxication charges in Rohnert Park early this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Napa Mayor Jill Techel Joins CA Mayors in New School Initiative with 'Bully Project'
Napa Mayor Jill Techel, plus mayors in San Francisco, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Manhattan Beach, Sacramento, Stockton, Anaheim, Irvine, and Palo Alto have signed onto a new partnership with The US Conference of Mayors and The BULLY Project as part of a major national initiative to develop local solutions-based responses to combat the epidemic of ... (more)
EWTN to Open West Coast Studio at Christ Cathedral Campus
EWTN Global Catholic Network has begun construction of its first West Coast television production facility located on the campus of Christ Cathedral in the Diocese of Orange, California.
Bay Area nightlife picks, July 24
Clientele: The British band alights in the Bay Area for the first time in four years, in honor of the release of its newly spiffed-up 2000 debut, "Suburban Light."