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May 15, 2024

Have SF water policies led to salmon collapse?

As California’s native Chinook salmon populations dwindle, prompting a shutdown of the fishing industry, environmentalists are pleading with water supply managers for a change of course that they say could save the keystone fish. On Earth Day, several dozen people gathered on the sidewalk outside San Francisco City Hall to...
Apr 30, 2024

Crime Path: Juveniles stabbed, assault reported

Two juvenile males sustained injuries in possibly related stabbing incidents on Sunday night, April 21, near the Carson Warner...
Apr 23, 2024

SoCo Finalizes 2 Tree Protection Ordinances

Removing most types of native trees in unincorporated areas of Sonoma County now requires a permit after the county...
Apr 16, 2024

‘Controlled Ag’: SoCo proposes pot ordinance update

Sonoma County is embarking on a pivotal update to its cannabis ordinance, inviting public input on proposed changes to...
Apr 10, 2024

Rohnert Park transitions 75% of encampment residents to interim or permanent housing

The city of Rohnert Park is celebrating the successful transition of nearly three-quarters of the population of a homeless...
Apr 10, 2024

‘Bin’ There: Reseller culture thrives in Santa Rosa

In an unassuming warehouse off Yolanda Avenue in the Roseland neighborhood of Santa Rosa, there is a little-known, invaluable...
Apr 3, 2024

Raises Arrive for Some Fast Food Workers

Say someone works at a fast food restaurant or coffee shop that bears the name of a national chain....
Mar 26, 2024

Luxury B&B seeks docs, correspondence in Superior Court

Ruse Sues Healdsburg is involved in more than one lawsuit at the moment. Mercy Wellness’ suit against the city of Healdsburg...
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