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Things to do this week in Sonoma County, Aug. 17-Aug. 26
From '90s stars performing their greatest hits to a celebration of SMART (including free rides!) on its one-year anniversary, here's what is coming up in Sonoma County.
Smith: Man who collapsed at the gym a Tubbs fire hero
Casale leaves his wife, Esther, and three children, and also the hand-written notes of gratitude from Fountaingrove residents certain that they owe the independent building contractor their lives.
Alleged DUI Driver Leads Rohnert Park Cops On Slow-Speed Pursuit
Nicholas Geist, 66, of Rohnert Park, was arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of DUI, evading a peace officer and violating his probation for a previous DUI conviction, according to the Department of Public Safety.
Court: North Bay girl can use cannabis-based medicine in school
#BacktoSchoolfor Brooke Adams, 5, of#SantaRosathanks to a temp court order The kindergarten student uses cannabis-based medication to treat a rare disorder that causes her seizures. But such drugs are banned in public schools. Final ruling next month@abc7newsbayarea#ABC7nowpic.twitter.com/RQ6FLmIzvd
Six seeking three Santa Rosa council seats
Six candidates, including three political newcomers, two incumbents and a former councilman, are seeking council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
Suicide suspected in woman’s SMART train death
The 72-year-old woman, whose name was withheld, died shortly after the crash, which was reported at 5:48 a.m., Novato police said.
Immigrant experience headlining next Windsor Dems meeting
At the Windsor Democratic Club meeting on Thursday, Aug. 23, David Escobar will present “The Geography and History of Immigrants from Central America.” He will discuss the changing demographics of the Latinx community and the need to recognize indigenous Latinos within a socio-cultural framework.Esc
Homeless camped in Santa Rosa business park prepare for ouster
Time is running out for a community of about 100 homeless people who have settled in a southwest Santa Rosa business park, where they’ve drawn the ire of local workers and prompted concern among city leaders, police and housing advocates.The city is stepping up actions to enforce local laws at North
Bay Area girl will be allowed to use cannabis products at school - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KNTV/NBCNC) – While most schools have fought to keep drugs out of the classroom, one California student will be allowed to bring them in. In fact, she’s one of the first in the nation to be able to do so — legally.
Rattlesnake fight in Annadel caught on video
But, that's exactly what happened when he was met with not one, but two, deadly Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes. Lucky for Moreda, the two reptiles were too preoccupied with each other to take much notice of him.
$5,000 reward offered in Santa Rosa puppy killing
The national nonprofit, which advocates on behalf of animals through the legal system, asked for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or group responsible for the dog’s death, a Monday press release said.
Body Of Fallen Firefighter To Be Flown From Sonoma County To Utah
"As you can imagine, our hearts are heavy as we digest this tragic news," Draper City Mayor Troy Walker said in a statement Tuesday. "Last night, we lost one of our Draper firefighters, a true hero."
North Bay girl back in public school after ruling on cannabis-based medication
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) --A 5-year-old girl with a rare condition started public school this week through a temporary court order that allows her to take cannabis-based medicine while a judge decides if her school can enforce a ban on the drug.Brooke Adams has Dravet Syndrome, a rare condition that
3 arrested after violent dispute at Santa Rosa pot farm
A dispute at a marijuana farm northeast of Santa Rosa erupted into violence Sunday, when the former head grower said he was beaten, tied up and interrogated by three coworkers who tried to kill him, sheriff’s officials said.
48 Employers Hiring Right Now In Rohnert Park-Cotati, North Bay
ROHNERT PARK-COTATI, CA — From retail and management jobs to positions in hospitality and healthcare, the listings in this week's employment postings on our Rohnert Park-Cotati Patch Jobs Board are chock-full of opportunities for those on the hunt for the perfect job. We have curated some of the mos
Sonoma County to overhaul disaster response after fires
The emergency services division — broadly denounced for its failure to issue widespread alerts as the Tubbs fire raced toward Santa Rosa — will be reorganized into an independent department with its own leader. The change will boost training, communication with elected officials and response before
Dog Found Strangled To Death In Backpack; Reward Offered For Info
SONOMA COUNTY, CA — A $5,000 reward is being offered by Cotati-based Animal Legal Defense Fund for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for leaving a dog to die inside a backpack on a Sonoma County street corner. The white-and-tan female Chihuahua mix
Closed Santa Rosa restaurants we miss
Where we eat out says everything about who we are. And with changing tastes and changing times, they come and go, leaving behind memories for all who visited.
Woman struck, killed by SMART train in Marin County
Trains were delayed about 15 minutes, SMART reported by 8:40 a.m., with all tracks reopened about 45 minutes later. On-time service was fully restored a little after 11:30 a.m.
Your Healdsburg Week-Ahead Weather Forecast
Today, partly cloudy starting tonight, continuing until tomorrow morning.