- Depot celebrates 100th anniversary with party Saturday
- Meeting Tuesday to look at Lakeville
- Petaluma woman arrested for driving 110 m.p.h.
St. Vincent took a firm grip on first place in the North Central League II football race with a convincing 40-6 win over rival Tomales in front of a large crowd at Andy Azevedo Field in Marin County Friday night.
On a daily basis, drivers who attempt to make a left-hand turn onto Corona Road from Industrial Avenue take their lives into their own hands during the rush hour commute.
Petaluma’s La Tercera Elementary School on Thursday celebrated the $6 million dollar makeover it got this summer, a complete renovation of the 42-year-old school that happened in just 9 weeks.
On Nov. 4, voters will elect three people to represent them on the Petaluma City Council. Incumbents Chris Albertson and Teresa Barrett are seeking re-election, and there is one open seat being vacated by Mike Harris, who is running for mayor.
Many people believe the best way to deliver a lesson is with humor. I’m one of them and, I’m willing to bet, so is playwright Alfred Uhry, author of “Driving Miss Daisy,” which opened at Cinnabar Theater last Friday.
Avilla served in the Army Air Corps during World War II.