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The Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa released the line-up for the 2014-2015 Clover Stornetta Family Fun Series yesterday.
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'Early Music Uncorked': The Sonoma Bach Choir performs 'Songs of Love and Nature," Renaissance madrigals and songs by composers from Italy, Germany, England and France, at 8 tonight at the Saturday Afternoon Club, 430 10th St., Santa Rosa.
Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo will testify at his misdemeanor peeking trial Thursday after Judge Gary Medvigy Wednesday afternoon denied a defense motion to dismiss the case.
This Apprenticeship involves five years on-the-job training and also includes two evenings per week in attendance at related training instruction classes.
Surveillance cameras captured three young men behind a Santa Rosa motorcycle gear shop at the time a fire broke out in a dumpster there, causing damage to the business, a Santa Rosa fire official said Wednesday.
A Petaluma man was arrested April 14 for a DUI and resisting arrest after pulling up to a stranger's house on MacArthur Lane and urinating on a parked car.
The Panama Canal opened, World War I began and, in Virginia, Minnesota, Mary Hlaca was born.
Santa Rosa police arrested six men for driving on a suspended license during an undercover court sting Tuesday.
Ivan Solis , 21, of Santa Rosa was behind the wheel of a Honda Civic early Monday morning when police said he likely fell asleep and smashed sideways into the pole on Petaluma Hill Road north of Hunter Lane.
A Santa Rosa woman began testimony Tuesday morning in the trial of Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo, who is accused of lurking outside her bedroom window last summer in just his socks and underwear.
The following was submitted for publication by the County of Marin: After a decades-long logistical effort by her daughter, a woman whose husband served as a merchant mariner and in the U.S. Army during World War II will accept a prestigious medal to honor the man's heroic service April 30 at the Marin County Civic Center.
Testimony will begin today -- Tuesday -- at Sonoma County 5th District Supervisor Efren Carrillo 's trial for allegedly peeking into a female neighbor's home in July.
Cherries typically are the first summer fruit in supermarket produce departments each year, and retailers have found that they can boost sales and lure in customers by promoting the sweet, red fruit.
Lake County Sheriff's officials said Monday they confiscated over seven pounds of methamphetamine - the most seized in the county at one time - following a traffic stop Friday on Highway 29 in Middletown.
A judge Monday indicated he would allow recorded arrest statements of Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo to be used at his pending trial.