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Two weeks ago, Leghorns Park, a popular practice area for young athletes, was tagged with graffiti that included a vulgar assortment of poorly scribbled images and words.
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The National Society of High School Scholars today announced Petaluma High School student Alyssa J. Clark from Petaluma, has been selected to become a member of the organization.
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Singing in Spanish and bouncing around her classroom in an animated style, Socorro Nelson belted out a simple verse to teach some new words: "Soy una pizza con mucho queso."
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A Santa Rosa woman was arrested after police allegedly found her driving under the influence while her 4-month-old son rode unrestrained in the backseat on Thursday.
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A re-examination of the number of votes needed for the Petaluma City Council to place a sales-tax increase on the November ballot may have short-circuited what appeared to be burgeoning conflict over the hike.
The Petaluma Valley 10-11-year-old Little League All-Star team reached the precipice of Valley League history only to be knocked off the mountain by Lafayette in the Section 1 Tournament played in Concord.
Petaluma police arrested four people Tuesday for allegedly buying merchandise with a fraudulent credit card at the Kohl's store in Petaluma.
For those seeking work in Petaluma - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.
Dozens of local educators descended on Tuesday's school board meeting as talks between the city's school district and teachers union appear to be breaking down once more, this time over the negotiation process itself.
Longtime Petaluma writer, journalist and actor David Templeton will find himself fulfilling a long-time dream in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer by performing his one man play 'Wretch Like Me" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Operations at Rancho Feeding Corp., the North Bay's last slaughterhouse, were halted earlier this year after 8.7 million pounds of beef products was recalled.
The Petaluma Firefighters union will begin contract negotiations with city officials after a four-month hiatus, following the designation of two city negotiators at Monday night's Petaluma City Council meeting.
Petaluma Police arrested multiple suspects for an alleged theft at Kohl's Department Store on North McDowell Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.
A three-year-old Petaluma girl suffered a head injury after she fell into a tractor blade Tuesday night as her father was working the vehicle on their family's ranch property, according to Petaluma fire officials.
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