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Bitcoin Bomb Threat; Alleged Baseball Bat Assault: Patch PM
NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:. Multiple schools and businesses got emails Thursday stating a bomb would detonate if a payment was not received via Bitcoin, police said.
Video reveals struggle between Napa police officer, suspect before fatal shooting
Footage from a body-mounted video camera illustrates a five-minute foot chase and a struggle over a rifle between David Alejandro Molina and the Napa Police officer who shot and killed him last week, the agency announced Monday afternoon.
Santa Rosa woman seriously hurt after Napa County bicycle crash
A Santa Rosa woman was biking at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday outside Calistoga when she lost control and crashed onto the road, law enforcement says. Rachel Melick, 35, was riding along Franz Valley north of Petrified Forest Road, according to the California Highway Patrol. Melick, who was wearing a helmet,
Photos: Holiday Light Displays in Napa Valley 2018
Register readers are sharing their recommendations for holiday light displays worth checking out in Napa Valley. We look forward to sharing your holiday handiwork in this gallery.
Napa murderer’s parole denied
Convicted of murder nearly four decades ago, Randall Maluenda was denied parole after a Dec. 11 hearing, Napa County District Attorney Allison Haley announced. Maluenda, 62, was denied parole after a hearing before the Board of Parole Hearings at the Correctional Training Facility in Soledad Prison,
The biggest holiday light show in Napa can be found on Paradise Drive
There are only 14 houses on Paradise Drive in north Napa, but those 14 really know how to shine a light on the holidays. Since 1994, when the first homeowners moved into the new north Napa street, every December they've decked their homes with many, many lights fantastic.
Napa wine club members donate 500 toys to Butte County's fire victims
People wanting to donate toys to children whose lives have been thrown into upheaval due to the Camp Fire that destroyed the town of Paradise will now have a place to bring them.
Ag Preserve exhibit at NVC upper valley campus
"Napa Ag Preserve, Celebrating 50 Years Stewardship," is on display at the upper valley campus of Napa Valley College through Jan. 31. Organized by the Jack L. Davies Napa Valley Agricultural Land Preservation Fund, this free exhibit tells the history of the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve, includ
Throwback Thursday: Ugly Christmas Sweaters of Napa Valley
We at the Napa Valley Register aren't quite sure when Ugly Christmas Sweaters became a cool holiday tradition, but we are so thankful for our readers who embrace it and are willing to share their photos.
Fatal Head-On Crash; House Fire; Kaiser Strike: Patch PM
NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:. Kaiser employees are picketing at 10 locations in Northern California, including seven in the Bay Area, and four in Southern California.
Biz Buzz: Napa library Friends to donate to Paradise library
The Friends of the Napa Library will donate 50 percent of the revenue from the current book sale to the Paradise branch of the Butte County Library System. The Paradise branch suffered extensive smoke damage in the recent wildfires.
St. Helena's Montelli Construction closing after 72 years
The days of informal handshake deals, modest homes and mom-and-pop wineries are ending in the Napa Valley, and come the end of the year, so will one of the family businesses that thrived in those simpler times.
Napa Valley: 5 Nearby Open Houses To Stop By
NAPA VALLEY, CA — Using the internet to shop for a house can be a less-than-ideal process. To get a real feel for a house, you really have to see it it yourself. That's why you should always take advantage of a local open house: A chance to try before you buy!
Police: Napa man arrested after attempting rape, fleeing the scene
A Napa man was arrested Monday after attempting to sexually assault a woman, police say. The woman suffered minor physical injuries and was released from Queen of the Valley Medical Center after some tests, according to the Napa Police Department.
WILD Napa at Napa Main Library
WILD Napa is a monthly lecture series that explores topics related to Napa County’s ecology. For this month’s installment, please join them for Robin Leong’s talk on Christmas Bird Counts! He will discuss the origins of the Christmas Bird Count, as well as the origins and history of the Benicia and
Things to do in Calistoga and Napa County
CHRISTMAS BOOK SALE — The Friends of the Calistoga Library Christmas Book Sale now through Dec. 22. All books have been especially selected for gift giving and are located on the shelves designated for the ongoing book sale, priced at $2 a book. All proceeds from the sale directly benefit the librar
Napa State Hospital patient arrested after Thanksgiving attack on sleeping man, state says
A Napa State Hospital patient was arrested Friday morning after attacking another patient on Thanksgiving, according to court records. A spokesman for the Department of State Hospitals would not elaborate on the victim's injuries, but said the victim was treated at the state hospital. The patient wo
Window painter covers Napa with holiday spirit
Toting his paints and brushes and a wearing pair of paint-splattered overalls, Aaron Haynes is transforming the outside of selected Napa businesses during the holidays, one window at a time.
389,000sf Napa Commerce Center wins Top Real Estate Projects in the North Bay for 2018
Napa Commerce Center is a speculative industrial project located at the gateway to Napa on a 34-acre site on the southwest corner of the intersection of Highways 29 and 12 at the entrance of the Napa County Airport.
Man arrested on assault allegation in Napa
Police reported the arrest of a Napa man on suspicion of assault stemming from a domestic dispute. At 4:56 p.m. Saturday, Napa Police officers were called to a report of threats made at a home in the 1500 block of Ash Street, according to Sgt. Todd Shulman. A woman living at the home told officers t