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This weekend The Chronicle is producing a special Napa Valley section and one of the stories is about the expansions and contractions of downtown Napa, which got a boost with the opening of the now-defunct Copia.
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An 18-year-old Napa student was arrested today for allegedly alerting administrators at New Technology High Schoo l of a bomb threat -- a ruse police claim she orchestrated, complete with "finding" a threatening note.
In this July 25, 2011, photo, a bowl of Picholine olives are displayed at the Olive Press tasting room in Napa, Calif.
There might be gunshots, smoke and hovering helicopter in the area of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom today, but Vallejo police say not to worry.
In yet another sign of the severe drought facing California, state water officials are planning to temporarily dam three channels in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to control salinity intrusion from San Francisco Bay.
A crew with an excavator digs under railroad tracks on Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2014, in Novato, Calif., in order to replace a drain pipe.
Using an after-school program he founded, a Richmond middle-school teacher sexually abused his students during camping trips throughout the Bay Area, telling the boys that "what happens at Camp Epic stays at Camp Epic," court documents revealed Tuesday.
One of the unexpected pleasures of a visit to wine country is how much art there is to see, and these pleasures include the Grape Crusher Statue, a landmark monument at Vista Point in Napa Valley.
Charles Banks, the onetime co-owner of Napa's Screaming Eagle, tells where he sees untapped winery potential and explains why the $12 South African Chenin Blanc may be the world's best wine deal.
Perhaps nowhere in California is this more true than Paso Robles. This rugged Central Coast region is the largest geographic appellation in California -- and the fastest-growing.
Solano County water officials will meet March 18 with their peers in Napa to discuss issues the two areas have in common.
By the year 2050, I believe that someone will pay more than $1 million for an acre of producing vineyard land in Napa County and $775,000 in Sonoma County.
Mike McManus, a veterans services officer, will discuss benefits including disability compensation, pension, survivor benefits and issues including burial, bereavement, education, employment and more from 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The United Workers for Local Government, the Napa Solano Building and Construction Trades and Central Labor councils will be holding joint interviews for this June's state primary elections and county offices.