1 hr ago
11-time unlicensed driver arrested again in Sebastopol
A man who was caught driving on a suspended license on at least 11 occasions was arrested on suspicion of doing so once again, police said.
13 hrs ago
The Press Democrat
Sonoma County Gastropubs: Belly Left Coast Kitchen, Heritage Public House
Raise a glass to the final days of American Craft Beer Week by heading to one of Sonoma County's newest gastropubs: Belly Left Coast Kitchen & Taproom or Heritage Public House .
Fri May 17, 2013
Sonoma Valley Sun
Gorin Won't Answer Question
In my entire adult life, whenever I sought information from my local, state or federal elected representatives, I always got answers to my questions, and never have had to justify why I was asking a question before getting an answer.
The Press Democrat
The Bunslinger: Pinch some Buns in Sonoma County
Mobile foodist Jeff Tyler has launched The Bun Slinger , a bright yellow truck serving up pork belly, steak, chicken, and tofu wrapped in Chinese steamed buns .
The Press Democrat
Judge won't halt Santa Rosa asphalt plant's silo construction
Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Elliot Daum denied a request by neighbors to halt construction of the 82-foot-high silos at the BoDean asphalt plant north of Railroad Square.
Thu May 16, 2013
My Mother Lode
Suit against Calif. Indian casino dismissed
The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa reported on Wednesday () that a Sonoma County judge ruled the suit by the group, Stop the Casino 101 Coalition, lacked merit.
Clarks Hometown News Patriot
White's Wines: Embracing The Obscure
This past weekend in Sonoma County, California, 17 vintners gathered for a wine tasting they dubbed "The 7 Percent Solution." As the organizers explained, "roughly 93 percent of Northern California vineyard acreage is planted to eight major grape varietals.
Wed May 15, 2013
San Francisco Chronicle
Woman, 88, survives weekend in crashed car
HELENA -- An 88-year-old woman survived an entire weekend trapped in her car after she crashed in a ravine near Santa Rosa, authorities said.
It's hard work but someone has to do it:
Ah yes, it's hard work living in Sonoma County: perfect landscape, perfect climate, superb wine and food, concerts in the vineyards - yes, 'tis damn hard work, but someone has to do it.
The Business Journal
North Bay groups recieve grants from state health exchange
A Sonoma County-based nonprofit and several others with ties in the North Bay are among 48 organizations across the state to share in $37 million in outreach and education grants from Covered California, the state's online health exchange developed under health care reform.
Amy's Kitchen studies ways to cut huge water, sewer fees for expansion
Santa Rosa officials have told Amy's Kitchen that the company's expansion plans could trigger up to $34 million in water and sewer permit fees alone, a figure that stunned the company and has set off a furious effort to prevent it from once again expanding to Oregon instead of Sonoma County.
Tue May 14, 2013
Wine Report Warns of New Vineyard Pest with Warmer Weather
While the warm springtime weather has given bud break a head start and new shoots are growing rapidly throughout most of Sonoma and Mendocino counties, it may not be all good news in area vineyards.
Sonoma County to complete former redevelopment projects
Sonoma County supervisors were told Tuesday that they could have $24.4 million in property tax revenue available through mid-2017 to complete former county redevelopment projects and programs.
A Fire District on Edge
On November 7, 2012, the day following the election, drivers passing the fire station in downtown Cotati were greeted by a large banner: Fire Station Closed Today Due to Budget Crisis.
Loud Neighbors, Drunk Drivers, Tablet Thieves and Tire Slashers
On Monday, May 6 at 9:47 p.m., two calls were received by Healdsburg Police Department about neighbors involved in a loud argument.
4th Annual California Wine Festival showcased CA wines and local food artisans
On April 20, 2013 at high noon, the 4th Annual California Wine Festival opened its gates to the early bird crowd who indulged in an extra hour of wine and food tasting.
New Camps Added - 2013 Summer Camp Guide
Summer camp is almost a rite of the season for some families. For others, summer programs offer kids something to do while mom and dad are at work, a chance to explore a new interest or an opportunity to improve an existing talent.
Mon May 13, 2013
Taste of Alexander Valley - May 17-19
The Alexander Valley Winegrowers Association invites you to the 16th annual Taste of Alexander Valley on May 18-19, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Over 30 wineries will host their own special wine and food parties featuring live entertainment, food and wine pairing and special discounts.
Woman, 88, Trapped in Car Since Friday Night Off Calistoga Road, Rescued
On Monday morning, the driver of a tractor-trailer westbound on Porter Creek Rd.
Sonoma Index Tribune
Curtain rises on Theatre Alliance season
With a newly renovated theater space and more shows than ever before, the Sonoma Theatre Alliance is preparing for its biggest season to date.