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McDonald's Drive-Thru Customer Allegedly Steals From Cash Register
Petaluma police have released a photo of a driver who stole cash from a register at a McDonald's drive-thru window early this morning.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Driver with 19 DUI Convictions Arrested for Driving on Suspended License
By Bay City News Police arrested a Santa Rosa man with 19 DUI convictions over 30 years for driving on a suspended license on Friday.
Judge strikes deal with accused Ponzi swindler
A former Petaluma real estate agent charged with bilking dozens of investors in one of Sonoma County's largest Ponzi schemes will be sentenced to a maximum 20 years in prison if he admits the charges before trial, a judge said Monday.
Highway work causes confusion
Two long-awaited events arrived almost simultaneously last week in Petaluma - the opening of the new bridge over Highway 101 that connects Petaluma Blvd. North and Old Redwood Highway, and a healthy dose of rainfall to soak the streets, hills and fields of southern Sonoma County.
78-year-old woman pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter
"This case is a sad reminder of the importance of paying full attention when operating a motor vehicle.
Man, Woman Arrested For Possessing Stolen Property In Petaluma
A resident who lives in the area of Photinia Place heard the dog barking, looked outside and saw someone looking through the resident's car, Sgt.
Petaluma police looking for suspected drive-thru thief
Petaluma police are looking for a man they believe took a super-sized helping of cash from a McDonald's drive-thru at around 2 a.m. Monday.
The Business Journal
People: Week of March 10, 2014
North Bay Business Journal is looking for news of promotions, new hires and awards for possible publication in the People section.
Miami New Times
World of Beer Kendall Hosts Lagunitas Sessions
Snow cones, popcorn, cotton candy, pin-up models and beer: it sounds like a fun-filled family afternoon at the circus, but it's really the Lagunitas Sessions event by Lagunitas Brewing Company at World of Beer Kendall on March 20 at 4:20 p.m. The beers from the Petaluma, California, have been around in the South Florida market for a while, but this ... (more)
Sun Mar 09, 2014
4 Arrested for DUI in Petaluma Friday Night, No Injuries
By Bay City News Four people were arrested for alleged drunk driving in Petaluma on Friday night and early this morning, police said today.
Woman Armed with Broken Glass Arrested in Domestic Dispute
By Bay City New A woman who allegedly cut herself in the arms with a piece of glass and threatened to kill a man was arrested in Petaluma on Friday afternoon, a police sergeant said.
Glorious cheese - and plenty of it - at the 8th Annual Artisan Cheese Festival
Sip and pair and taste and learn by doing at the 8th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival, March 21-23, In Petaluma California.
Two arrested in Petaluma in suspected prowling, burglary
Ryan Carrigan, 36, and Tory Morganti, 42, were arrested near an apartment complex in the 100 block of Cherry Street in Petaluma after a resident called 911 just after 7 a.m. Saturday morning to report a suspicious person.
The Press Democrat
Cloverdale growth boundaries in limbo
Cloverdale's plans for future growth continue to be a topic of debate and somewhat of a puzzle to the government officials who are responsible for setting the city's ultimate boundaries.
Smith: SSU students will arrive in Bahamas bearing big gift
For spring break, a clutch of Sonoma State University students will fly to the Bahamas.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
New slaughterhouse owner envisions different approach
Fourth-generation rancher David Evans remembers the "tidal wave of demand" for pasture-raised meats that followed Michael Pollan's 2006 book on the U.S. food system.
Pair arrested for prowling in Petaluma suspected to be linked to work truck burglaries
Two men suspected of prowling and possession of burglary tools were arrested in Petaluma Saturday morning after an alert resident called police.
California’s Brown hears fracking gripes
In a year when California Democrats are worried about motivating their voters, Gov. Jerry Brown heard another unwelcome message Saturday: Some Democratic activists are bristling over his administration's policies on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Hope for blighted Petaluma parcel
In the late 1800s, revelers from San Francisco traveled north to dance, eat, drink, even play baseball or bowl at Starke's Park, a small amusement park nestled between the railroad tracks and the Petaluma River.