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Singing in Spanish and bouncing around her classroom in an animated style, Socorro Nelson belted out a simple verse to teach some new words: "Soy una pizza con mucho queso."
Officers found the vehicle of Robert Sevenau , 68, of Sebastopol, on Saturday night off Hessel Road west of Santa Rosa.
A Santa Rosa woman was arrested after police allegedly found her driving under the influence while her 4-month-old son rode unrestrained in the backseat on Thursday.
Designing, engineering and fabricating custom-made stainless-steel and aluminum equipment for winemaking and a host of other industries is only part of what makes P&L Specialties a larger than life manufacturer.
A North Bay teenager is launching a campaign to pick up where a World War II veteran, now in his mid-nineties, left off.
The proportion of North Bay residents seeking jobs edged upward and job growth rates slowed in all six counties in June, according to preliminary state figures released Friday.
A seasonal drop in school hiring caused Sonoma County's unemployment rate to rise slightly in June to 5.3 percent, but the outlook remained much improved from a year ago.
Sysco Corp., the country's largest food distribution company, has agreed to pay nearly $20 million in restitution, costs and penalties to settle a lawsuit accusing it of improperly storing perishable foods, according to the Sonoma County District Attorney's office.
Korbel Winery in Sonoma's Russian River Valley is as well-known for its massive gardens as it is for bubbly.
A flagman stops traffic as an engine pulling trolleys loaded with 1,600 foot-long sections of train track passes through Novato, on May 8. The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit board on Wednesday rejected several assertions made in a Marin grand jury report, including the assertion that members are too hands off.
Longtime Petaluma writer, journalist and actor David Templeton will find himself fulfilling a long-time dream in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer by performing his one man play 'Wretch Like Me" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Before he was Dr. Dave, little Dave Schneider played with stethoscopes and always knew he wanted to be a doctor.
Delia Garcia-Bratcher is scheduled to appear in Sonoma County Superior Court in Santa Rosa to learn of the district attorney's decision Thursday morning.
Petaluma Police arrested multiple suspects for an alleged theft at Kohl's Department Store on North McDowell Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:36 pm
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