Report of gunfire draws dozens of deputies, police to Roseland
Dozens of law enforcement officials converged upon a Sebastopol Road auto body shop late Saturday night after reports of gunfire.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Highway 101 night closures scheduled near Windsor
Northbound Highway 101 will be closed Thursday night and Friday night to remove a temporary structure that supports bridge construction, Caltrans said.
PG&E, Sonoma Clean Power make pitches to customers
The head of Sonoma County's startup public power agency Tuesday shared a stage for the first time with an official from PG&E as the electricity providers vie for customers ahead of Sonoma Clean Power's May launch.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Windsor clears oaks for new supermarket
Oak trees in Windsor that have stood at least 150 years were dismantled methodically Tuesday with a chain saw that dissected their limbs and trunks and sent them crashing to earth.
Windsor chili cook-off benefit this Saturday
The Windsor Fire Protection District is teaming up with Windsor High School to hold a chili cook-off on March 8 to benefit the Windsor Fire Foundation and the Windsor High School Vineyard Academy.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Rains return to North Bay on Monday
Rain is expected to resume by midday or early afternoon today and continue throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service.
Tattoos & Blues all about the ink
Brad Loomis will always have his mother with him. Literally. She's right there on his left biceps, in permanent ink.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Tree removal for Windsor's Bell Village project draws opposition
But a couple dozen trees, including five large Valley Oaks, along Old Redwood Highway in Windsor are scheduled to be removed soon - perhaps by the end of this week - to make way for street improvements associated with a new shopping center and residential project.
Windsor man sent to prison for eighth drunken driving conviction
A Windsor man convicted of his eighth driving under the influence charge was sentenced Monday to six years in prison.
Disney on Ice to feature Sonoma County skater
The latest show by Disney on Ice , Rockin' Ever After, is coming to the Oracle Arena in Oakland Feb. 26 through March 2 and will feature Antonia Mitchell of Windsor, California as an ensemble skater.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Fire damages Larkfield mobile home
A fire caused $20,000 of damage to a home in the Colonial Park Mobile Home Estates in Larkfield on Sunday.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
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Sonoma County expected to declare drought emergency
Sonoma County Supervisors are expected to declare a "drought emergency" Tuesday, a move designed to make the county eligible for possible state and federal aid.
3.2 quake strikes near Healdsburg
The shaker's epicenter was recorded 15 miles north-northeast of Healdsburg and 19 miles north of Windsor.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Windsor declares water emergency
Windsor this week joined a growing list of cities declaring a water shortage emergency and asking their residents to conserve.
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Dave Heventhal is a retired advertising representative, logging 25 years at the San Francisco Chronicle .
Wed Feb 19, 2014
SMART rail costs rise, but so does length of line
The commuter rail line between Airport Boulevard just south of Windsor and downtown San Rafael will cost $427.9 million to complete, about $25 million more than the previous estimate three years ago, officials said.
Two Winning Wines From the West Coast
In 1989 it relocated to a beautiful parcel of land at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain in the Sonoma Valley.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Windsor man who killed 5 in wreck avoids prison in pursuit case
A Windsor man convicted in a Highway 101 crash that killed five family members will not return to prison for leading police on a vehicle pursuit while he was on parole.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Windsor irrigation line spills 660,000 gallons of treated water
A ruptured irrigation line near Windsor spilled an estimated 660,000 gallons of treated water into a creek that feeds the Russian River, state officials reported Friday.