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Pile driving marks the first step in the long-planned boat rental facility. [Read More]
With 20 varieties of pho, a dozen vegetarian options plus incredible desserts... [Read More]
Keller Court Commons, a new development, encourages residents to meet their neighbors. [Read More]
Police served a narcotics-related search warrant at an east Petaluma home Thursday morning. [Read More]
Juliana Roper is part of an exclusive group of science ambassadors at the California Academy of Sciences. [Read More]
Finding rental housing in many parts of Sonoma County is increasingly difficult for low-income renters who receive housing vouchers through the Section 8 program. [Read More]
Damage assessment teams found another 13 homes or structures that had been damaged or destroyed by the Ranch fire, Cal Fire said Friday, as the... [Read More]
Pete Dardis set the standard and made many of the rules for football officiating. [Read More]
As County Coroner, Tom Siebe's job was putting a perspective on death... [Read More]
As County Coroner, Tom Siebe's job was putting a perspective on death... [Read More]
A roundup of festivals, outdoor events, and other summertime activities... [Read More]
A calendar of awesome fundrasing events benfitting local nonprofits... [Read More]
POLICE LOGHere are some of the cases the Petaluma police responded to... [Read More]
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Nearly a full year after wildfires wiped out 5,300 homes in Sonoma... [Read More]
A majority of respondents to an online Argus-Courier poll said they do... [Read More]
The long delayed park near Petaluma is on track to open in the fall once the county approves the impact report. [Read More]
The PEP Housing development will add 53 low-income units along the river. [Read More]
Brian Powell, a political newcomer with deep Petaluma roots, has entered the city's mayoral race, joining two local politicians in the November contest. [Read More]
Work crews were out at 3 a.m. Wednesday at a vineyard near Sonoma to pick a 5-acre parcel dedicated to pinot noir grapes. 'The fruit... [Read More]
Two bills seen as important bulwarks against expanded oil drilling along California's coast face key deadlines Thursday in Sacramento. [Read More]
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