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Landowners Allege SMART Improperly Took Their Land for Biking, Hiking Trail

In a federal lawsuit filed last week in San Francisco, dozens of landowners from Sonoma and Marin counties accused Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit of a land grab.

State to Make Vaccine Available to Residents 16 and Older Beginning April 15

Vaccine doses will first become available statewide to residents age 50 and over on April 1, with eligibility opening for all residents 16 and up two weeks later.

County to Open Covid Vaccination Clinic in Roseland

Sonoma County and Santa Rosa Community Health are partnering to open a Covid-19 vaccination clinic soon in Roseland in southwest Santa Rosa.

Every Sonoma County City has Pledged Action on Climate Change. What’s Next?

All Sonoma County cities have now pledged action on climate change. What's next?

Marin County Posts, Then Removes, Fecal Bacteria Warning Signs at Point Reyes Beaches

Who's in charge of warning the public of unsafe conditions at Point Reyes National Seashore? Not us, says one Marin County agency.

The Coming Tide: North Bay Cities Grapple With Sea Level Rise

As the effects of climate change begin to unfold, cities in Marin and Sonoma counties are beginning to confront sea level rise.

Landlords, Tenants Can Now Apply to Cover Unpaid Rent From Past Year

California's Covid-19 rent relief application portal went live on Monday, which will help eligible landlords and tenants cover unpaid rent from the past year.

Californians Struggle to Pay Soaring Electricity Bills

PG&E customers pay about 80 percent more per kilowatt-hour than the national average, according to a new study.
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