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3 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper
"Wine is an essential part of the meal," said Chad Melville of Melville Vineyards as everyone at the table followed a bite of seared sea scallop with a sip of Pinot Noir.
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3 hrs ago | The Business Journal
As more producers of higher-end and even superpremium-priced wine turn to screen-printed labels on bottles as a way to distinguish themselves on ever-crowded store shelves, local printing companies have been spending several million dollars upgrading equipment to handle a surge in orders.
4 hrs ago | The Business Journal
North Bay Business Journal is looking for news of promotions, new hires and awards for possible publication in the People section.
Patricia Ann Costaglio worked more than three decades as a registered dietician, and in retirement she journeyed with her husband to at least two dozen countries around the globe.
Officers responded to a report of two suspects attempting to purchase a part for a stolen motorcycle at the Santa Rosa Powersports at 910 Santa Rosa Ave. around 2:45 p.m., Sgt.
It's been about 10 days now since the bedside radio woke me with the news that the city of Sebastopol was an armed camp.
Dozens of law enforcement officials converged upon a Sebastopol Road auto body shop late Saturday night after reports of gunfire.
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.
Not being a beer drinker, I can't vow for this, but I'm told there are a lot of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
A coalition of Sonoma County government agencies and environmental groups is ramping up its fight to protect the Sonoma Developmental Center from development and to maintain residential care for an unspecified number of severely disabled clients.
A Santa Rosa man under surveillance as a habitual DUI driver with 19 arrests for driving under the influence on his record was taken into custody Friday afternoon for operating a vehicle with a suspended license, according to Petaluma Police.
A surge in mail thefts around the county, a doubling of car break-ins in downtown Santa Rosa in December and a spree of burglaries in Petaluma were among the upticks in property crime that kept Sonoma County law enforcement busy in 2013.
A murder charge was filed against a Santa Rosa man whose car slammed into a tree, killing a passenger on February 28 in Rohnert Park.
Two separate car fires burned before dawn Friday in southern Santa Rosa, within minutes and blocks of each other, according to fire reports.