Petaluma, CAPress Democrat

Petaluma police launch homicide investigation after couple found dead

The Petaluma Police Department has launched a homicide investigation after a married couple was found dead in their home. Police were dispatched at 3:05 p.m. Saturday to a home on Del Sol Way, near Del Oro Park in south Petaluma, to check on the residents, who hadn’t been heard from in a week-and-a-half.
Picture for Petaluma police launch homicide investigation after couple found dead
Santa Rosa, CAPress Democrat

Santa Rosa traffic stop snags suspected drug dealer

A traffic stop in Santa Rosa over the weekend led to the arrest of a man suspected of selling cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin after police found almost 7 pounds of cocaine in his car and nearly 9 pounds of other illegal drugs inside his home, police said. Shortly after 10...
Picture for Santa Rosa traffic stop snags suspected drug dealer
Marin County, CAMarin Independent Journal

Marin educator charged in child molestation case

A longtime Marin County educator arrested in a child molestation probe has been charged, but not with the felony count for which he was arrested. Robert Patrick Raines, who retired this summer as superintendent of the Shoreline Unified School District, is scheduled to be arraigned on Aug. 11 in Marin County Superior Court.
Picture for Marin educator charged in child molestation case
Pittsburg, CANBC Bay Area

Pittsburg Man Arrested After DUI Collision, Loaded Firearm Found

A 25-year-old Pittsburg man was arrested early Saturday morning by Petaluma police, suspected of driving under the influence after crashing into a fire hydrant. Officers also found a loaded handgun in the suspect's vehicle. Police responded to the area of Petaluma Boulevard South and Crystal Lane after a resident in...
Sonoma County,

Sonoma County continues to drag feet on tree ordinance

Over the years, effective tree and woodland protection has not happened in Sonoma County, despite community pleas and mounting ecosystem losses. Our organization, Protect Our Working Woodlands and its predecessors, have been working with the Board of Supervisors since 1995 to update the County’s tree protection policies. We have continued to bring this important matter forward and ask for science-based protections.
Petaluma, CAPress Democrat

Petaluma hit-and-run leads to DUI arrest, discovery of loaded gun

A 25-year-old Pittsburgh man was arrested in Petaluma early Saturday after police followed a trail of blood leading away from the site of a car crash. Christian Rodriguez was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, hit-and-run and possession of a loaded gun in a vehicle after police said he drove into a fire hydrant in southern Petaluma and fled the scene.
Sonoma County, CAPress Democrat

Refill Madness named Sonoma County Small Business of the Year

Gallons of shampoos, detergents, a variety of soaps and eco-friendly household products line the shelves of Refill Madness in Sonoma. The shop, where customers can refill their own containers with home goods and by doing that reduce plastic waste, was named last week Sonoma County Small Business of the Year for 2021 by state Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa.
Clearlake, CAPosted by
Clearlake Dispatch

Clearlake Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Clearlake: Sunday, August 1: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Monday, August 2: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Wednesday, August 4: Sunny during the day;
Posted by
Santa Rosa Bulletin

Santa Rosa Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Santa Rosa: Monday, August 2: Patchy fog then partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Patchy fog then mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy then patchy fog overnight; Wednesday, August 4: Patchy fog
Lakeport, CALake County Record Bee

Lakeport’s Concerts in the Park hosts rockabilly band Spinout

LAKEPORT>> The 2021 Concert in the Park summer concert series continued on Friday at Lakeport’s Library Park with a performance from Spinout, with their unique brand of Rockabilly rock and covers of classic artists to delight the crowd. Future concerts include “Keep On’ Truckin’,” a Woodstock tribute, local favorites “The Fargo Brothers” with their crowd pleasing style playing Rhythm and Blues and culminates with “In the Led” a tribute to Led Zeppelin on August 20. All dates of remaining park performances can be found online at Photos by Joshua DeLawrence for the Record-Bee.
Sonoma County, CAPress Democrat

How to explore Sonoma County, according to TikTok

Popular social media app TikTok is known for its silly dances and lip-syncing videos. But what about using the app as a tour guide?. Some Wine Country lovers and locals are using the app to share their favorite Sonoma County spots. Over 12 million people have viewed the #sonomacounty tag...