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Fallon Hills Ranch is a small, family-run ranch that straddles to boarder of Sonoma and Marin Counties west of Petaluma.

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As a lawsuit over public access to the city-owned property continues, the Petaluma City Council added Lafferty Ranch to the list of park projects eligible for funding.
Riverbend Crossing would include 117 units at the historic property, and a new bridge over the Petaluma River.
Ed Lopus has never wavered on his guilty pleasure of cranking up the adrenaline and living in the fast lane.
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A new police substation is the culmination of a $150,000 volunteer-led effort to revamp the downtown park and provide added safety.
A crew from NorCal Paranormal Investigators searched for specters in the 1850s-era Petaluma landmark during the wee hours of Oct. 2.
Paul Clary spent his weekends learning the tricks of the trade on his grandparent’s farm as he was growing up, so when he bought an old ranch in Petaluma nearly two decades ago, it seemed natural for him to tap into his agricultural background and try his hand at cultivating wine grapes.
New technology giving Petaluma Transit buses a little boost at some of the city’s signal lights is proving to have a big impact on the service’s performance.

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