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5 New Homes For Sale In The Sonoma Valley Area
SONOMA VALLEY, CA — Looking for a new house nearby, but tired of seeing the same old property listings every time you search online? Not to worry! To keep you up to date, we've compiled an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby.
Sonoma County leaders eye $12 million in state funding to curb homelessness
A Sonoma County group tasked with curbing homelessness moved ahead on a plan, requesting more than $12 million in state funding for future shelter projects and street-level services, even as residents and some of its members demanded more immediate action.
37 New Year’s Events in the Bay Area 2018-2019
Enjoy a four-course menu on New Year's eve at Donato & Co. in Berkeley. Copper Spoon in Oakland is serving a four-course prix fixe menu on New years eve with a dance party to follow.
Man Arrested For Attempted Murder After Driving Van Into 2 People
PETALUMA (CBS SF) — Petaluma police arrested a man suspected of attempted murder following a vehicle pursuit on Sunday, officials said. The suspect is 24-year-old Gerardo Hernandez from King City.
Student reporter: good grades, or actual learning?
Let’s say that you are offered two choices: either you receive a D in a class, but you will have learned the subject well, or you receive an A in a class, but will not learn and retain any of the material. What would you choose?
Life Sentence; DUI Alleged In Crash; 'Punny' Calendar: 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:. A judge sentenced the 52-year-old to consecutive life terms in prison for sexually assaulting a girl under age 14 in Bodega Bay last year.
Video shows suspected terrorist revealing his Bay Area attack plans
SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - A suspected terrorist was captured on newly released FBI surveillance video where he explained his plan for a series of Bay Area attacks. Amer Alhaggagi will be sentenced Monday in federal court in San Francisco after pleading guilty for his role in plotting an elaborate schem
Sonoma’s iconic Sebastiani Theatre changes hands
new code-compliant kitchen for concessions, beer and wine. After 26 years as owner-operators of the iconic Sebastiani Theatre, Roger and Diana Rhoten have passed the baton, selling the theater business to its fundraising foundation.
Sonoma may soon ban use of Roundup at city parks
Weedkillers containing glyphosate, a substance that may be linked to cancer, could be banned in city-maintained areas if the City Council sets the process in motion at its upcoming meeting Monday. To read more, click here.
Police: Driver arrested after injury DUI crash in Napa
A crash Friday night in north Napa sent one person to the hospital and resulted in a driver's arrest on a felony drunken-driving allegation, according to police. The crash occurred shortly before 10 p.m. on Trower Avenue at Highway 29, according to Sgt. Ryan Cole. Officers detained a motorist, 69-ye
Gun allegations against driver stopped in American Canyon
A traffic stop Sunday morning in American Canyon ended with the arrest of a Vallejo man on suspicion of gun-related violations, according to police. At 11:05 a.m., officers stopped a vehicle driven by 61-year-old Terry Glenn Walling on southbound Highway 29 at Poco Way for having false registration,
Man attacks teen with baseball bat
A man was arrested on suspicion of child abuse after allegedly hitting a boy with a baseball bat near Sonoma Valley High School, and another man was arrested on suspicion of being an accessory, the sheriff’s office said.
Police: Suspect runs over pair in Petaluma SMART train station parking lot
The day after police say a King City man assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a knife, he was arrested on suspicion of running her and another man over in a SMART train station parking lot in Petaluma.
Venturing out: Fresh air and holiday fun in Sonoma County
Sonoma: The sixth annual Holiday Model Train Show, noon to 4 p.m. at the Depot Park Museum, 270 First St. W. Free admission, donations accepted. Santa visits on Dec, 16. Presented by the Sonoma Short Line Model Railroad Club and the Sonoma Valley Historical Society. 707-938-1762.
Sonoma County disbanding its fire department to beef up regional agencies
| Updated 10 minutes ago. The dismantling of Sonoma County’s 25-year-old Department of Fire and Emergency Services continued this week as the Board of Supervisors shifted two of its key roles — hazardous materials programs and fire prevention — to a different county agency.
How to give Sonoma County wines that come with a great story
When someone gives you a present that looks like a bottle of wine could be inside, do you instinctively shake it?. In Wine Country, vino is the most coveted gift of all because there’s usually a good backstory that goes with a delectable bottling.
Couple robbed while sitting in car outside American Canyon taqueria, police say
A couple was sitting in their car when a man smashed the driver side window, pistol-whipped the man in the driver's seat, stole their belongings and ran off, police say. The man suffered unspecified facial injuries and was taken to the hospital, American Canyon Police say.
Your Sonoma Valley Weekend Weather Forecast
Today, clear throughout the day. Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon. High 61, low 38. Chance of precipitation: 8%. Wind 4 mph from the ENE. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 57, low 42.
Creating magic: See some of the great holiday light displays around Sonoma County
All around Sonoma County, residents have constructed elaborate holiday displays that show off just how much the season means to them. From classic neighborhood setups to the colorful decor in Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood, festive spirit is everywhere. Click through the gallery above to see
High-surf warning to be issued for the weekend along the Sonoma Coast
The National Weather Service is scheduled later Friday to issue a high-surf warning for Sunday and Monday as a storm system enters the North Bay that could bring waves as high as 50 feet in some areas.