3 hrs ago
Graffiti exhibit taking over vacant Santa Rosa warehouse
A vacant, two-story warehouse on a side street in downtown Santa Rosa will become an art gallery for just one night Saturday.
7 hrs ago
Pivot Charter School, North Valley Granted Initial WASC Accreditation
Schools receiving initial accreditation meet the WASC criteria for full accreditation and have a history and support system indicating a high-quality program that can be sustained in the foreseeable future.
11 hrs ago
The Community Voice
RPman jailed in Windsor shooting
A Rohnert Park man was arrested on Monday night for allegedly firing four gunshots into a residence on the 11000 block of Old Redwood Highway in Windsor.
15 hrs ago
Shogun closing and relocating after 25 years in Sonoma County
Fans of Shogun Japanese Restaurant have a little over a month to get one last fix of its ebi yasai itame and sake kama .
Thu May 23, 2013
PD Editorial: Doing power agency right the first time
After two weeks of conferring with city councils throughout Sonoma County, county officials have managed to recruit but one city in launching a new power agency.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Capitol Alert: Tax bills fail to advance out of California Senate committee
Measures aimed at creating new taxes on Californians were held by the Senate Appropriations Committee today, making it extremely unlikely that taxes on cigarettes, soda, strip clubs, plastic bags or oil extraction will become law this year.
KSRO-AM Santa Rosa
SR Plans Financial Moves To Preserve Credit Rating
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The Business Journal
Memorial nurses to strike again
Some 640 union nurses at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital said they would go on strike for a fourth time in less than a year, as the St.
Multi-city chase ends in Petaluma arrests
A Mustang driver tried to outrun a pursuing Sonoma County sheriff's deputy early Wednesday, reaching up to 110 mph on Stony Point Road and weaving around morning commute traffic, according to a Sonoma County sheriff's official.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Press Democrat
Administrator, spokesman Leddy headed to Mono County
Jim Leddy, Sonoma County's community and government affairs manager, has been hired by Mono County as its top administrative officer.
North Bay Singles Convention
Meet new friends at the largest annual gathering of singles in the North Bay! $20/door. Adults of all ages welcome.
'Out of Order' opens and closes on Saturday, May 25, at the former Santa Rosa Printing building.
Petaluma, Santa Rosa on different timelines with power agency
Sonoma County's two largest cities appeared headed down divergent energy paths Tuesday, with Santa Rosa vowing to move swiftly toward a decision on whether to join the Sonoma Clean Power Authority the day after Petaluma delayed a decision until at least September.
Warm weather may be behind rattlesnake bites
Warm weather early in the year means rattlesnakes are more active then usual following April's breeding season, and local dogs could be bearing the brunt of it, animal experts said.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Press Democrat
Need help? Santa Rosa rolls out web page, phone app
Santa Rosa is rolling out a web page and mobile phone application called MySantaRosa that make it easier for residents to point out a problem, get answers to Now armed only with a smartphone, residents will be able to take a photo of a problem, email it to City Hall and then track how long it takes the city to fix it.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Unclaimed veterans' remains laid to rest in Calif.
The unclaimed remains of 35 military veterans and two military wives have been given formal military burials in Northern California.
Mon May 20, 2013
My Mother Lode
Rare island fox rebounds on California islands
A rare and tiny island fox is on the verge of making a comeback from near-extinction in the Channel Islands, a rugged and wind-swept chain off Southern California, officials said Monday.
The Fresno Bee
Proposed oil tax would bring big money to California colleges
Just months after California voters passed Proposition 30 to stave off education cuts, a push is underway to ensure that the next stream of higher-education funding flows out of the ground.
Sat May 18, 2013
Roses on parade
Young ladies from Santa Rosa Gymnastics Center cartwheeled down Fourth Street to the tunes of the Beach Boys as a nimble man on the group's moving float levitated on parallel bars.