Embark on a Culinary Voyage: The 6 Seafood Restaurants in Bodega Bay You Need to Try
This piece presents an exploration of six delightful seafood restaurants located in Bodega Bay. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we eagerly await your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
🚨 Update: Traffic Collision with Injuries on CA-1 Northbound Affecting Lane Near Bodega Hwy
The time displayed is local to the original 511 traffic site in California. The California Highway Patrol has reported a traffic collision with injuries on CA-1 Northbound, just south of Bodega Highway in Bodega, Sonoma County. Commuters are advised to expect delays as the accident has impacted one of the lanes. Emergency personnel and law enforcement are on the scene addressing the situation. Drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes if possible and to exercise caution when traveling through the affected area. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available.
Petaluma Police Arrest Rohnert Park Woman Suspected of DUI After Drive-Thru Destruction
A Petaluma woman was busted for DUI after she reportedly careened through a freeway at crawling speeds and demolished landscaping at a Jack in the Box drive-thru, police said. Ellen Eicher of Rohnert Park was arrested late Tuesday on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a statement from the Petaluma Police Department.
From the Archives: How Bodega Head Almost Ended Up with a Nuclear Power Plant
This article was originally published in Sonoma Magazine in 2015. Like so many birthplaces, Bodega Head was the scene of enormous excitement and hope. It also saw jangled nerves, uncertainty and some very sharp pain. Ultimately, the place was a source of great joy and a deep optimism. Bodega Head...
Embark on a Culinary Journey: 4 Essential Seafood Spots in Santa Rosa
This article presents a curated list of four exceptional seafood restaurants in Santa Rosa. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Santa Rosa Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Santa Rosa was the scene of 8 reported crime cases. The most common crime was arrests, accounting for 3 out of the 8 incidents. This was followed by assaults, which made up a quarter of the total cases. The remaining incidents were composed of one case each of vandalism, theft, and other crimes, the last of which involved disorderly conduct at a gambling facility. The incidents occurred at various times throughout the week, with the earliest reported case being a theft at 12:06 PM on February 23rd and the latest being an arrest at 10:30 AM on February 25th. The data indicates a need for heightened vigilance and law enforcement presence in the place to ensure the safety and security of its residents.
Camp Meeker on verge of land acquisition
Attendance spike at Park and Rec meetings signals community renaissance. It's a new year in Camp Meeker, or a good start on one. One of the examples of what smart people are calling a Camp Meeker Renaissance is attendance at Park and Rec Board meetings. Often consigned to the district building by the firehouse, but now recent meetings have been can't-miss TV. The biggest reason for this is Camp Meeker’s pending acquisition of several hundred acres up the hill soon to be the former property of St. Dorothy’s Rest.
Sonoma County animal shelter over-capacity with puppies, adult dogs
(KRON) — Sonoma County’s animal shelter is over-capacity with puppies and adult dogs that are in need of forever homes. County officials wrote, “The shelter's 118 kennels are bursting at the seams with 180 dogs, including 46 puppies, and they are urgently asking the community to adopt or foster if they can. Shelter director Brian […]
This Korean Fried Chicken Spot in Petaluma Is Worth the Hype
Sonoma County is an island when it comes to fast-casual franchises. Certainly, we’ve welcomed many of them in recent years, from Five Guys to Chipotle and the recently opened Shake Shack, but fortunately, locally owned restaurants still have the upper hand. And that’s a good thing. But a...
Monte Rio's iconic sign set for restoration
There are signs of progress on the horizon. Taller poles have been installed, and once the sign is repaired, it will be reinstalled. The sign has been damaged in the past by sanitation trucks hitting it. Hopefully, we will have our great sign back up and shining brightly soon!. Skatepark.
We Ordered the Entire Menu at the New Shake Shack in Santa Rosa. Here’s What We Thought
The breathless anticipation over Shake Shack’s first Sonoma County restaurant is finally over, and though it feels like we’re 20 years late for the cultish fandom party, it’s still nice to be invited. Wednesday, the New York-based fast-casual burger and shake chain opened for a friends and...
Sonoma County Residents Invited to Discuss Homelessness in Online Public Forum
An online public forum discussing homelessness is set for Wednesday, March 20th, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The event will cover homelessness and housing options, followed by a Q&A session.
Interview with Chef Melissa Yanc of Quail & Condor Healdsburg
One of the standout duos I greatly admire in the California Culinary scene consists of Melissa Yanc and her husband and Culinary Partner, Sean McGaughey. These culinary masters have garnered considerable acclaim in the Healdsburg region, courtesy of their esteemed establishments, Quail and Condor, and Troubadour Bistro. Melissa’s culinary experience guarantees an exceptional dining experience with every dish she crafts. Undoubtedly, she ranks among the finest in the area, and it was a pleasure to get to share an interview with her. Follow along below to see My Interview with Chef Melissa Yanc.
Supervisors ponder impacts, reaction after three employers announce plans to shutter
A scheduled discussion of economic headwinds facing local business before the county board of supervisors took on more importance this week after word that three big local employers are closing or moving. Just in the last couple of weeks La Tortilla Factory, Manzana Products and Camelbak, three fairly large employers,...
Lake Tahoe Area Braces For 'Life-Threatening' Blizzard
Tahoe area residents are being warned of some very extreme weather coming their way — and even there's already been a good amount of snow up there, what's coming is a whole hell of a lot more. The storm coming in, as we discussed earlier in the week, is...
Sebastopol to put garbage collection contract to bid
Unable to reach agreement on a franchise agreement extension with its current garbage collection company, the Sebastopol City Council decided to put its garbage contract out to bid at its last meeting on Feb. 20. City Manager Don Schwartz, who took over the job last month, said negotiations with Recology...
Cotati City Council hears construction of major apartment development
The Cotati City Council met for the second time this month on Tuesday evening. The full recording of the meeting is available on the City of Cotati's website under the Council/Commission Meetings tab. The meeting began with a roll call that noted Councilmember Kathleen Rivers as absent, the land acknowledgment, and finally the Pledge of Allegiance. The mayor then recited a meeting orientation for any new members or guests, including those watching live on Zoom, before beginning with the consent calendar.