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Open Mic: School Districts Must Support LGBTQIA+ Community

"White supremacy and hatred toward LGBTQIA+ people are alive in Sonoma County," a group of local leaders writes.

Is the Music Over at Mills College?

On March 17, Mills College announced that ongoing financial problems, exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, would mean the end of its history as a degree-granting institution.

Newsom Allocates $81 Million to Bolster CAL FIRE Crews

The $80.74 million will enable Cal Fire to hire 1,256 seasonal firefighters through the end of the fiscal year on June 30.

Suspect in Fatal Hit and Run Death of Santa Rosa Woman Arrested

Clifford Adams was wanted in connection with the March 23 death of 43-year-old Kellie Jones of Santa Rosa.

Santa Rosa City Manager Sean McGlynn Resigns

Sean McGlynn, who has served in the role since 2014, accepted a city manager position with the city of Escondido in Southern California.

A Return to the Valley of the Moon

Prelude Like a bird chirping on a branch deep in the forest of my mind,...

Anti-Asian Sentiment Nothing New in North Bay

Sonoma County officials and activists have denounced anti-Asian racism in a flood of public statements over the past two weeks.

Homeless Advocates Launch Fundraiser for Slain Santa Rosa Woman

Proceeds from the GoFundMe fundraiser, which was launched on Saturday, will be used to pay for funeral expenses and provide financial support for Jones’ family.
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