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Charges filed in marijuana-related crash that killed Petaluma teen
Moya lost control of the car when he turned to the left, rotated counter-clockwise and crossed over the broken yellow center line into the path of a westbound 2012 Lexus, the CHP said.
Novato police find stockpile of suspected stolen property
Police found the items last week while conducting a probation compliance search at a residence on Laguna Vista Drive in the Bahia area. Other items seized there included antiques, vintage sewing machines, clothing, purses, golf equipment, electronic devices and a Winchester safe.
Worker who died in Petaluma soap factory accident ID'd
The worker killed last week while working on a mixing machine at a Petaluma business was Kyle Drake, 38, of Petaluma, according to the Sonoma County Coroner’s Office.
Wavy Gravy goes hog wild in Petaluma
“Ken Kesey once told me, ‘Always put your good where it will do the most,’ ” says Wavy Gravy (aka Hugh Romney), the clown prince of the counterculture. “That’s such good advice — that’s a Kesey line I often pass along. It has propelled me whenever it gets tough to just do good, and it envelopes you
'Sexual Predator' Sought In Santa Rosa: Police
SANTA ROSA, CA — Police in Santa Rosa asked for the public's help Tuesday to identify an alleged sexual predator in the city. According to police, officers responded at 10:50 pm. Sunday to an apartment complex in the 1000 block of Jennings Avenue regarding a report of a possible sexual assault. Offi
2 Santa Rosa men get 12 years for botched $100 Reno holdup
RENO, Nev. — Two Santa Rosa men who made off with only about $100 in a botched robbery at Reno convenience store have been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison.A federal jury found 28-year-old Connor Woods and 31-year-old Michael Miller guilty of robbery, conspiracy and weapon charges in March.
Brandon Frere on the Illusion of Busyness and How to Measure Progress in a Business - California Latino News
PETALUMA, Calif.,June 20, 2018/PRNewswire/ — The success of a business depends on the achievements of those who work there. Employees must stay productive in order to complete tasks that keep the business running. However, business leaders should be cognizant of the difference between measurable pro
Whitman Insurance wins Petaluma showdown in TOC
Henris Roofing from the American League kept pace with Whitman by beating Westside of Santa Rosa, 12-5, in a second-round game on the road at Santa Rosa American. Both Petaluma teams continued play on Wednesday on the road with Whitman facing Mark West at Fort Bragg. Henris Roofing was slated to pla
Driver plows into Petaluma business
The driver wasn’t injured but the impact shattered a front section of the Mancini's Sleepworld store on South McDowell Boulevard. The store, in the Plaza North Shopping Center, was open for business when the car came inside, surprising an employee and customer, Cal Saechao, store manager, said Monda
Petaluma Man Arrested For Major Injury Dui Crash And Hit-And-Run
Francisco Mejia, 20, was driving a black Mercedes on northbound U.S. Highway 101 at Airport Boulevard when his Mercedes collided with a Toyota Corolla, CHP spokesman Officer Jon Sloat said.
San Rafael police arrest 3 gang suspects in Canal attack
The defendants — Edward Ganny Carroll, 36, of San Rafael; Erick Christofer Ajanel Ireta, 21, of Richmond; and Ricardo Luis Alvarez, 23, of San Rafael — pleaded not guilty. A preliminary hearing on the evidence is set for June 28.
Authorities Identify Scuba Diver Who Died At Sonoma Coast
SONOMA COUNTY, CA — The Sonoma County Sheriff's office has identified the diver who died at Salt Point State Park Saturday afternoon as Mark Alcott, 51, of Fremont. Alcott was scuba diving with a friend in Gerstle Cove South about 200 feet from shore when his friend went to his aid and found him unc
Napa Valley entertainment includes films at St. Helena's Cameo Cinema
A girandole convex mirror, said to have been in Robert Louis Stevenson's family for years, is on display at the RLS Museum.
Sheriff's Office Identifies Petaluma Man Who Died At Soap Company
SANTA ROSA (BCN)The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office has identified an employee of a soap company who died in an accident at a factory June 11 as Kyle Drake, 38, of Petaluma.Drake was an employee of Rogue Research Inc. in Petaluma. He died when he was caught in a mixing machine at the facility at 133
Petaluma Little League All-Stars will be mostly road warriors
For the first time in several years, Petaluma will not host a single District 35 championship game. Teams start all-star play on the district level to begin a trek the Major Leaguers (10-12 year olds) hope will take them all the way to Williamsport, PA. and the Little League World Series. For the yo
Petaluma Man Arrested For Assault With A Golf Club, Robbery: Cops
PETALUMA, CA — A Petaluma man was tracked down and arrested Saturday night on suspicion of robbery and assault with a deadly weapon — a golf club — in connection with an incident on the Lynch Creek Trail, a Petaluma police sergeant said in a news release.
Things to do this week in Sonoma County, June 22-July 1
Author Joel Selvin:“Fare Thee Well ‒ The Final Chapter of the Grateful Dead’s Long, Strange Trip,” at 7 p.m. on June 22 at Copperfield’s Books, Petaluma. Admission is free. For more information call 707-762-0563 or visit .
Multiple Grass Fires Erupt In Santa Rosa
SANTA ROSA, CA -- Santa Rosa Fire Department crews extinguished multiple grass fires in southwest Santa Rosa late Saturday night and early this morning, according to fire officials.
Man dies in scuba incident at Salt Point State Park in Sonoma County
A man died Saturday during a scuba diving incident off Salt Point State Park in the Sonoma County town of Jenner, authorities said.Photo: California State Parks 2018
Southbound highway 101 in Cotati at Gravenstein HWY closed by multi-vehicle crash
COTATI, Calif. (BCN)- Southbound U.S. Highway 101 at Gravenstein Highway in Cotati is shut down because of a multiple-car collision that happened around 2 p.m. today, the California Highway Patrol said.