4.5 earthquake hits near Healdsburg, felt across North Bay
HEALDSBURG -- An earthquake with 4.5 magnitude struck in Sonoma County about 13 miles north-northeast of Healdsburg early Saturday. The quake hit at about 5:01 a.m. about a mile and a half northwest of The Geysers and was measured at a depth of about 2.2 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.The quake was followed by a series of aftershocks, all measuring less than a 3.0 magnitude. No injuries or damage has been reported. The shaking was felt across a wide swath of the North Bay and as far south as San Francisco, according to data from the USGS.
Maria Carrillo student hospitalized after vehicle crash near school’s graduation ceremony
Two Maria Carrillo High School seniors were involved in a vehicle crash Friday evening, immediately after the school’s graduation ceremony, school officials said. One of the students was transported to a local hospital with unspecified injuries, but both students are “doing well,” according to an alert put out on ParentSquare by Principal Monique Luke.
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Driver in shopping center crash took his own life, police say
ROHNERT PARK, Calif. - A motorist took his own life by driving at high speed into a large sign in a shopping center parking lot Saturday, Rohnert Park police said. The incident was reported about 3:55 a.m. in the 600 block of Rohnert Park Expressway, police said in a statement.
Sonoma County LGBTQ+ community resists national anti-gay and trans backlash
Community resists national anti-gay and trans backlash with largest Pride parade and festival on the North Coast in Santa Rosa|. Gay pride came to Sonoma County this week more vocal than ever, with the largest Pride parade and festival on the North Coast held Saturday in Santa Rosa — even as celebrations in many parts of the country were held against a backdrop of growing anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment.
America Faces a Tidal Wave of Aging Veterans, Including a 237% Increase in Women Over 65 by 2041
For decades, dawn brought the clarion bugle call of reveille across the lush campus of the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, 60 miles north of San Francisco. The residents, the earliest among them veterans of the Mexican-American war, rose early and dressed in strict accordance with a uniform-like code.
4.5 Earthquake Hits Near Healdsburg, California
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck 13 miles north-northeast of Healdsburg, California, early Saturday at 5:01 AM, near Cloverdale. This post includes content written by AI tools. Please refer to the video above for verification and additional information. Learn more.
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4.4-magnitude quake strikes 13 miles from Healdsburg
An earthquake with 4.4 magnitude struck in Northern California about 13 miles north-northeast of Healdsburg early Saturday. The quake hit at about 5:01 a.m. and was measured at a depth of about 2.2 miles. No injuries have been reported. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, people typically report feeling earthquakes...
William Gnoss: A pivotal figure in Marin
(Editor’s Note: This column recounts news of the past from the pages of Marin’s historical newspaper, the Novato Advance.) – Mr. and J. A. White, of Ignacio, were welcome callers Monday. They left with us a photograph of the interior of the Presbyterian church, taken at the time of the dedication, July 19, 1896. Mrs. White made the letters for the inscription placed on the wall over the pulpit—” The Lord is in his holy temple,—and with Mr. White decorated the church in a very artistic and beautiful manner. Coal oil was used for illuminating in those days, and the ladies wore long dresses cut high at the neck.
Genentech parent company Roche to sell 427K sf Vacaville facility
Biotech giant Genentech’s parent company Roche is looking for a buyer for one of the world’s largest biotech manufacturing facilities. The Basel, Switzerland-headquartered drugmaker will sell the 427,000-square-foot facility or shutter it by 2029, the North Bay Business Journal reported. Roche declined to comment on the listing price, the cost savings of the decision or whether the move is to off-set losses, according to the outlet.
A jubilant passage — and tenacity — at Vanden graduation
Moments after walking across a stage to hear her name called, Sherane Negre, a newly minted graduate of Vanden High School’s class of 2023 on Saturday, headed to an area behind Gammon Field to pick up her diploma. “I’m scared for the future,” said Negre, 18, one of the...
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