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16 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News
Cracking daVintner's Code: Visiting Northern Sonoma County's Wine Road this fall? Solve the daVintner's Code.
20 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Long seen as Napa Valley's redheaded stepsister, Sonoma County is taking the spotlight with its Sonoma Wine Country Weekend 3-day festival.
Yesterday | RiderMagazine.com
As the only OEM other than BRP building trikes in-house, Harley-Davidson satisfies some of the growing demand for three-wheelers.
Avid backpacker and wilderness advocate Teri Shore of Sonoma will share her 21 days as a solo backpacker on the John Muir Trail with high country photos, trail stories, and a gear display from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 3, at the Sonoma Valley Regional Library, 755 W Napa St. The program is free and open to the public.
A Boyes Hot Springs man engaged in what officers described as a likely drug deal was arrested Saturday evening in Sonoma's Larson Park after a bag of meth and a loaded 9mm pistol were found in his car.
Wineries and hospitality businesses in and around this town near the epicenter of the area's worst earthquake in 25 years rushed to clean up rubble and broken glass ahead of the expected influx of tourists for a drought-accelerated grape harvest.
Sonoma's cell-phone-tower-as-fake-tree fiasco, in which ATT bullied the city council into approving the 80-foot structure, may have taught a few people a lesson.
According to Sonoma County Tourism, it caused minimal damage and most wineries, shops, and restaurants are open in the Sonoma area.
A rare bird flies about her nest in a flurry of activity. She twists wire, builds frames and creates posters in preparation for her next gallery opening.
A shot by Maureen Kelly is included in "Auspicious India" an exhibition of travel photography at Sonoma Community Center's Gallery 212.
Back by popular demand after a sold-out show in March, Sonoma songstress Sarah Summers returns to the Sebastiani Theatre for a concert on Thursday, September 4. The show will include tunes from her new EP release "Heart Beats Here," and favored blues and ballads.
When he came across the long-forgotten memoir "Satan Came to Eden," written by a adulterous young German woman who emigrated with her lover to an uninhabited Galapagos island in 1929, Sonoma author and editor Joe Troise knew he was on to something.
At 3:20 AM this morning, a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the small community of American Canyon in Napa County, and the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services is coordinating disaster response to meet the needs of affected communities.
Source: www.times-standard.com --- Sunday, August 24, 2014The biggest Bay Area earthquake in a quarter-century rattled the region early Sunday morning, with a 6.1 shaker destroying buildings in Napa County, causing dozens of injuries, knocking out power to tens of thousands of buildings and tossing items from shelves in homes and stores.
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake rolled through the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning, waking many Northern California residents.
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