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Marin Independent Journal
Shoreline superintendent dismissal unpopular among parents, school employees
The Shoreline School District Board of Trustees has opted to move on from first-year Superintendent Tom Stubbs, upsetting many of the district's parents and employees who want him to stay.
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Police Arrested Alleged Package Thief
Police in El Cerrito arrested a woman for taking a package from a home Wednesday.
Habitat for Humanity seeks used vehicles
In recognition of Earth Day, Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity invites its supporters to recycle their used cars and vehicles to help build hope and homes in partnership with low-income families in Solano and Napa counties.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Daily Republic
Napa County bridge to close for work
A bridge on Highway 128 over Hopper Slough in the heart of Napa County Wine Country between Yountville and Calistoga will be closed from noon May 5 until May 16. The state Department of Transportation will be repairing the support wall.
Two arrested for suspected gang attack at popular Sonoma bar
Two men were arrested at their Sonoma Valley homes Thursday morning in connection with a suspected gang-related attack at a popular Sonoma bar.
Inside Bay Area
Prop. 13 poll: Nearly half of voters open to changing it
Proposition 13's restrictions on property tax growth have been untouchable in California politics for almost 40 years, but a new Field Poll shows about half of voters are open to tweaking the landmark measure.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Endorsements 2014: Krovoza, Dodd for Assembly District 4
The dynamic in the 4th Assembly District, traditionally a seat held by a Davis Democrat, has changed dramatically.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
TRG-AMR - Pirelli World Challenge Championship
Aston Martin Racing North America took to the streets of Long Beach Friday and Saturday in preparation for the "Roar at the Shore presented by Kia" race, Sunday, April 13. The TRG-AMR team brings an impressive lineup of four Aston Martin Vantage car entries to the largest spectator event in Southern California.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Daily Republic
Berryessa water to help bail out Napa cities
Solano County is moving ahead with its plan to provide emergency Lake Berryessa water to help Napa County weather the drought.
Campaign says Dodd leads; competitors say the race is young
A pair of polls show candidate Bill Dodd leading the District 4 Assembly race on name alone - and, with 53 days left, two dueling Davis Democrats threatening to knock each other from the race.
Two Napa Wines Honored by Smithsonian Institution
Two wines produced in Napa County will now take their place alongside Abraham Lincoln's hat and Neil Armstrong's spacesuit in a book just published by the Smithsonian Institution.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Coffee with a Cop: Thursday A.M. with Napa Deputies
The Napa County Sheriff's Office is hosting a "Coffee with a Cop" Thursday -- April 10 -- at 9:30 a.m. at the Calistoga Roastery.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Daily Republic
Highway 12 project passes milestone
Highway 12 through Jameson Canyon has two different looks as the state continues its drive to turn a two-lane, narrow road into a four-lane, modern highway.
Train to be Volunteer Emergency Responder with Napa CERT Classes
Yes, we had an earthquake last week , but if we had a major earthquake right now would you know what to do? Would you know how to provide first aid to a loved one, rescue someone, or get drinking water? Are you ready to have your life disrupted and not have any help for 24 to 72 hours? Napa County is offering Community Emergency Response Training ... (more)
Traffic Alert: Road & Lane Closures Through Thursday a.M. on Sr-29 in Napa
The California Department of Transportation is performing paving work on State Route 29 at in Napa County on consecutive nights until Thursday morning -- which will result in some highway closures and lane reductions.
City of Chico hires law firm for attorney matters
Changes are coming to the corridors of City Hall in Chico, which has contracted attorney services after Lori Barker, the city attorney, announced her retirement.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Police: Man killed in Kenwood standoff suffered apparent self-inflicted gunshot
A Napa man involved a 19-hour standoff with law enforcement in Kenwood last week died from a single gunshot wound to the chest that authorities say appears to have been self-inflicted.
Apparent suicide ended Sonoma County standoff last week
Miguel Angel Garcia, 32, took his own life Wednesday, April 2, during a standoff with the Sonoma County sheriff's SWAT team, authorities said.
4-year-old boy killed, several others injured in Napa County crash
A 4-year-old boy died and four people were injured in a head-on crash in Napa County on Sunday afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Contra Costa Times
Solano County coroner's office identifies teens killed in Saturday car crash
The Solano County coroner's office has released the names of the two teens who were killed in a solo vehicle crash near Vacaville on Saturday afternoon.