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1 hr ago | Contra Costa Times
Officials in a San Francisco Bay Area county where a sheriff's deputy shot and killed a 13-year-old boy have endorsed work on a memorial park for the slain teen and voted to add lapel cameras to deputies' uniforms.
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4 hrs ago | Petaluma360
There's nothing like the soaring, four-part harmonies of a choir to capture the wonder and joy of the holiday season.
Sonoma County sheriff's detectives Wednesday seized drugs and several guns, including two assault-style rifles, from a 21-year-old Sonoma man.
The local grocery closed its doors for good in 2011, even before a judge ruling in favor of environmental and living-wage groups temporarily halted the neighboring big box store's expansion.
A Santa Rosa man was held over for trial Wednesday morning for allegedly strangling his wife with a radio cord in July.
Wednesday started out frosty and cold, as predicted, with temperatures as low as 26 degrees around Sonoma County, the National Weather Service said.
Tourism is coming to Sebastopol, and in a style typical of the west Sonoma County town, everyone has the opportunity to voice an opinion on how to capitalize on the added revenue while maintaining the town's quirky charm.
The winegrowers of Sonoma County 's report that the 2013 harvest season is now complete and many winegrowers and winemakers are touting this year's exceptional quality seen throughout their 16 AVA's.
A jury Monday found Kenneth Donald Hutchins, 65, was guilty of four counts of sexual molestation involving a 9-year-old relative and possession of child pornography, District Attorney Jill Ravitch said in a statement.
People in Sonoma County Tuesday afternoon braced for the coldest temperatures of the fall: Men and women hustling down Santa Rosa Avenue tugged their parkas and trench coats a little closer.
Master of Wine Tim Hanni's book, "Why You Like the Wines You Like" explores the psycholgocial and physiological reasons behind wine preferences.
I was in Sonoma County, California the other day for a far-too-brief visit to the town of Sonoma and then to check out a couple wineries.
It is now easier to get across Petaluma and safer to get on the freeway from East Washington Street, transportation officials declared Monday as they inaugurated a newly improved interchange through the heart of the city.
Two board members with the Russian River Fire Protection District will face a recall election, Sonoma County Registrar of Voters officials said Monday.
As the olive harvest wraps up, local producers are celebrating the season with public tastings of their fresh olive oils.
Local lawmakers are considering building a memorial park in the Northern California neighborhood where a teen was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy.