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Second cancellation of Planning Commission review of controversial 62-room hotel on First Street West, originally scheduled for Nov. 3.
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Wine Country marathon to submit new route
Editorial: City Council tips toward leveling the community/tourism playing field
County health officials stress suicide ‘messaging’
Sonoma Valley’s largest holiday gift initiative seeks community support
Remembering Elizabeth Kemp, the heart behind Brown Baggers
Local portraits at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

Tuesday Farmers Market may get retooling

The contract for running Sonoma’s Tuesday Night Farmers Market is up for renewal, and some are asking to review the event’s primary purpose.

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Modern technology and old-time charm intersect at the replica of a 100-year-old train depot that once welcomed travelers to the Valley of the Moon.
The early bird got the tree this year. It’s only the second day of December but Moon Mountain Christmas Tree Farm, Sonoma’s only cut-and-carry farm, is already sold out for the season.
Longtime Sonoma restaurateur Bob Rice is breaking away from the Breakaway Café – after 22 years he’s selling the renowned local eatery to the owners of the Sunflower Caffé.
A Sonoma Valley resident, known to many, has been hired as Sonoma’s new City Manager.
In-town lots for sales, pop-up stores, new nail salon and more.
City officials deny street closures; future of race in doubt
It’s closed now but will hopefully reopen, better than ever, over the winter holidays.
Sonoma filmgoers can look forward to sequels, spinoffs and retro classics for years to come at the Sebastiani Theatre on the Plaza.
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