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Petaluma's Top 7 Burgers: A Delicious Journey Awaits
In this article, we explore seven must-try burgers in Petaluma. Have you had the chance to taste any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Sonoma County Teen Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing Friend During Argument
Originally published by the Santa Rosa Police Department:. On Tuesday, November 21, 2023, officers with the Santa Rosa Police Department (SRPD) responded to a report of a stabbing in the area of West Ninth Street and Warren Lane. Officers arrived at the scene and contacted the victim, a 16-year-old male, who was quickly transported by ambulance to an area hospital for treatment of a single, non-life-threatening stab wound. The suspect, also a 16-year-old male, was detained at the scene by officers.
Experience the Sweet Side of Glen Ellen: Top 3 Bakeries You Must Try
In this article, we're exploring three delightful bakeries located in Glen Ellen. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Tractors in this charming Napa Valley town are ready for their festive holiday roll
Lighted Tractor Parade in Calistoga on Saturday, Dec. 2. Decorated tractors and big trucks are some of the shiny stars of this twinkly tradition. Other California communities, including Winters and Sonoma, also have popular tractor parades. LOOK TO THE SURF... as the year begins its whimsical wind-down and you'll find...
Teenager Cleared of Manslaughter Charges in Santa Rosa High School Stabbing, Found Guilty of Possessing a Weapon on Campus
Discover the latest development in the Santa Rosa high school stabbing case. A North Bay teenager has been found not responsible for the fatal incident. However, the individual faces charges for possessing a weapon on campus, potentially leading to juvenile detention.
Mountain lion spotted in Rohnert Park neighborhood
Residents of a Rohnert Park neighborhood were alerted after a mountain lion was spotted near homes Tuesday morning.The Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety said a citizen called at about 6:25 a.m. to report seeing a mountain lion on the Five Creek Trail near the Crane Creek Trail.The cougar was seen headed east towards Snyder Lane and the mountains, DPS said. Residents were urged to use caution in the area. Wildlife experts offer the following guidelines should you come into contact with a mountain lion:Remain calm and do not approach the animal. Maintain eye contact, speak calmly, and try to make oneself look larger by raising one's arms and standing tall. If that doesn't work and the mountain lion approaches with aggression, one should make noise by shouting and throwing objects to deter it from coming closer. People should back away slowly and never turn their back and run, but should protect children and pets by keeping them close and never letting them play unattended, especially during dawn to dusk, when the animals are most active.
Police: Driver mistook gas for brake pedal and smashed into 7-Eleven store, injuring people inside
A chaotic scene unfolded at the 7-Eleven on Diablo Ave. in Novato on the evening of November 28, 2023, as police officers and firefighters rushed to the aftermath of a vehicle crashing into the store around 6:00 PM.
Petaluma Salon Red-Tagged After Monday Morning Fire
There are no injuries after a fire inside of a salon in Petaluma. Salon Obsessions caught fire at about 5:30 Monday morning. Authorities say a working sprinkler system helped contain the flames before firefighters arrived. No one was inside the business at the time. The salon is now red-tagged. The Petaluma Fire Prevention Bureau is working to determine the cause.
Teen acquitted for fatally stabbing peer at Montgomery High
That was essentially the verdict handed down Monday, following the fatal stabbing at a Santa Rosa high school earlier this year. After nearly two weeks of testimony, the now-16-year-old student who fatally stabbed another teen during a fight in a Montgomery High School art classroom was found to be justified by a Sonoma County juvenile court judge.
This is the 'drunkest' city in California, study shows
LOS ANGELES - Cheers!. That sentiment is probably heard the most in the Santa Rosa-Petaluma region of the Bay Area, which was just named the drunkest city in California, according to a new study. 24/7WallSt, a financial news website, looked at the percentage of men and women over the age...
Struggling restaurant flooded with support after daughter shares a video of dad waiting for customers
The power of social media has been beautifully put to good use recently when a daughter shared a video of her father waiting in their empty restaurant. The heart-warming video has gone viral and TikTok users have been flocking to support the family business. Lee's Noodle House on Hopper Avenue opened in 2003. It is owned and operated by Vuong, Lee's father and Ha Tran, Lee's mother. Vuong and Ha serve and cook Vietnamese dishes. While Lee's sister worked at the restaurant before becoming a nurse, Lee also worked at the restaurant throughout high school. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the restaurant had seen a decrease in customers. This is what Vuong was pensively reflecting on in the video shared by his daughter.
Two-Story House Burned Down in Napa County
A two-story house has been destroyed in a fire in Napa County. Early Sunday morning, firefighters got a call about a house fire on Manley Lane, just off Highway 29 in Rutherford. They arrived to find the unoccupied house fully inflamed. Immediate priority shifted to protecting adjacent structures that were threatened, including a historic tank house, which engine crews were able to save. Firefighters remained on scene through the morning to ensure that the fire was completely extinguished. No injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation.
Man arrested after high-speed stolen vehicle chase in Napa
(KRON) – The American Canyon Police Department located a man who allegedly stole a vehicle out of Yolo County before being led on a high-speed chase. American Canyon officers located a reported stolen Ford truck from Yolo County traveling northbound on Highway 29 near Paoli Loop Road around 5:30 a.m. on Monday. According to police, […]
Solo-Car Crash Causes Small Power Outage in Sonoma Valley Sunday Night
A solo car crash caused a brief power outage in an area of Sonoma Valley last night. CHP says that the car was going southbound on Arnold Drive in El Verano when the driver fell asleep, drifted off the right shoulder just south of Petaluma Avenue, crashed into a culvert and struck a power pole’s guy wire. Power in the nearby area was out for about 40 minutes. The female driver suffered minor injuries and was flown to Santa Rosa Memorial. Two dogs in the car were taken to a vet before being kenneled. Drugs or alcohol are not suspected to be involved.
Lower Receives DAISY Award
Bothwell Regional Health Center recently presented its latest DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Linda Lower. The DAISY Award is for patients and their families to nominate nurses who give outstanding, compassionate and skillful care. Lower, a Registered Nurse who currently works on 2 Southwest, was nominated by Carla Jackson on behalf of her father, Carl Zimmerschied. Zimmerschied’s wife, Nedra Zimmerschied, passed away at Bothwell Hospital on July 4.
Sonoma Residents: Essential Guide to Fall Leaf Disposal and Street Sweeping Schedule
Fall season is underway in Sonoma, and residents are reminded to dispose of fallen leaves properly. The City of Sonoma highlights the importance of correct leaf and debris disposal for its street sweeping program. This program aims to keep waterways and streets clean. Residents should not blow or sweep leaves into the street, storm drain, or creek. Instead, they should use the city’s yard waste or compost bins.
Heroic CAL FIRE Crews Save Historic Landmark from Late-Night Blaze in Rutherford
Early Sunday morning, a fire broke out in Rutherford, Napa Valley, engulfing an unoccupied two-story residence on Manley Lane, just off Highway 29. CAL FIRE/Napa County Fire swiftly responded to the call around 2 a.m. Firefighters, upon arrival, focused on saving nearby structures, including a historic tank house, showcasing their...
Rohnert Park has a new holiday lights parade!
The holiday lights celebration lands on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Celebrate the season with activities, treats, the tree lighting and free photos. This year is the first (ever) lighted parade that I’m hoping will come back year after year to bring holiday cheer. Way to go, Rohnert Park for hosting all these free family events.
Sonoma City Seeking Proposals for Extreme Weather Warming Center to Aid Homeless
The City of Sonoma is seeking proposals for the management of an Extreme Weather Warming Center. This center will function as a nighttime shelter for homeless individuals during harsh weather. The city is looking for qualified providers to run the shelter at Haven Shelter, 151 First Street West, for the 23-24 winter season. This move is due to the expected shortage of winter shelter options.
Eldridge's Sonoma Developmental Center: A Historic Beacon of Progress and Controversy
In the serene town of Eldridge, California, the Sonoma Developmental Center (SDC) embodies the historic strides in caring for individuals with developmental disabilities. Since its foundation in 1891 by Julia Judah and Frances Bentley, the SDC has emerged as one of the oldest such facilities in California, championing the cause of specialized care and community integration. Over the decades, it has adapted to societal shifts, reflecting the evolving understanding of developmental disabilities, while prioritizing respect and independence for its residents.