Special Coverage: Topstories16
Sonoma 2016: The stories of the year
From baseball to rock festivals, city hall to housing, 10 stories that shaped Sonoma
Sonoma’s ‘worst road’ gets a winery
The Board of Supervisors this week approved a new winery, creamery and farmstead on what might be the worst road in Sonoma County.
Firefighters to rescue 4th of July parade
The Sonoma Valley Firefighters Association will add running the annual parade to their Independence Day duties, along with the fireworks.
Election: Dust not settled on leaf-blower ban
Measure V has 40-vote lead with hundreds of ballots to be counted
City puts moratorium on vacation rentals
Council sees ‘immediate threat’ to public welfare; no welcome mat for VRs
(Updated) Kilgore investigation confirms Sonoma Valley victims; 20+ new allegations surface
Troubling new information uncovered in investigation of sexual abuse of local children.
Springs to celebrate Highway 12 project
What’s being touted as “the inaugural Springs Festival” will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10, to celebrate the completion of many of the many improvements along Highway 12.
Women make baseball history
Scoreless half innings occur in baseball routinely. At many levels, it is more common to have a scoreless inning than one that nets a run.