June means it’s time for the World’s Ugliest Dog Contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair. Take a peek at some previous winners of the popular contest.
‘Tribal Voices’ is on display now through August at the Petaluma Historical Museum and Library.
Bay Area voters’ approval Tuesday of a parcel tax to fund wetland restoration could spur a number of projects along San Pablo Bay, with benefits to wildlife and people.
The Paula Lane Open Space Preserve on the city’s west side is teeming with wildlife for observers to study, including birds and badgers.
School officials detailed several new developments in the past year and plans for the future of the east side campus.
The median single-family home price in Sonoma County rose to $580,500 in May, up 6.5 percent from a year earlier.
The fair’s 50-year lease on 64 acres of prime Petaluma real estate will expire in 2023.
Rocky Rohwedder penned “Ecological Handprints” an e-book about sustainable and affordable creations that help reduce the ecological footprint of developing communities while also boosting them out of poverty.