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In a City over 150 years old, growth and change have always taken place, but the scale of development — and the fortunes associated with... [Read More]
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Opinion by Logan Harvey At the planning commission meeting on September 14, one thing was clear: Sonoma is in denial about the scale and scope... [Read More]
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Special to The Sun Now that autumn's here, marijuana growers are harvesting their crop, some of which will stay local and some of which will... [Read More]
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Despite the aspirations of its General Plan, the policies and measures of its Development Code, its Planning Commission and its Planning Director, Sonoma's development planning... [Read More]
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The world's first burger-flipping "robotic kitchen assistant" is on the job in a Pasadena restaurant. Read more…... [Read More]
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Since 1897 the Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival has been celebrating Sonoma Valley community, spirit and local culture. California's oldest festival, the busy weekend... [Read More]
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I recently returned from a five-day convention of the Cactus and Succulent Society of America, held in Tempe, Arizona. That's right, I'm a cactus and... [Read More]
Throughout the month of October, Sonoma Valley Hospital's Women's Health Center will offer no-cost mammograms for uninsured and underinsured Sonoma Valley women over the age... [Read More]
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The Sonoma Arts Live production of "The Spitfire Grill — The Musical," a drama about small-town life, love and second chances, plays its final weekend,... [Read More]
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A surprise announcement from Sonoma Market, where longtime manager Al Minero, at left with his replacement, Cody Moody, is stepping away from the job he's... [Read More]
The Internal Revenue Service has added several new features to their website. If you go to www.irs.gov, you will be pleased to find that if... [Read More]
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Feeling community minded? Grab a garbage bag. The Springs Community Alliance is staging a community cleanup for Saturday, September 23, from 9 a.m. to 1... [Read More]
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The suspect in this morning's robbery of Umpqua Bank is still at large after evading a search of the area near 135 West Napa Street,... [Read More]
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The 31st Annual Wine Country Film Festival brings its Films al Fresco program to Quarryhill Botanical Garden, with outdoor screenings of three international feature films. The... [Read More]
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In response to the significant changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program (DACA), free renewal services for current DACA recipients is now available... [Read More]
Tips on making your home more energy efficient — and ways to save big money on an electric vehicle — will be offered in a... [Read More]
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Earlier this week, the California state legislature passed Assembly Bill 822 (Caballero), a Farm Bureau sponsored bill. The legislation promotes the purchase of California grown... [Read More]
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The second annual "Sonoma Valley Uncorked" event on Sunday, September 17, features handcrafted wines created by more than 30 local home winemakers, complimented by savory... [Read More]
The public is invited to the monthly meeting of the Springs Community Alliance on Thursday, September 21, at 7 pm. at La Luz Center, 17560... [Read More]
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Sonoma Valley Hospital and Vintage House resume the popular "Active Aging: Live Your Best Life Now" lectures this fall, a series providing insight and information... [Read More]
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