- A bond for Cinnabar Measure J would fix school facilities
- Unique solution to senior housing Program helps pair homeowners with home-seekers
- Rancho Feeding defendant second to plead guilty
Girls soccer St.Vincent suffered a disappointing loss to rival Sonoma Academy, losing, 4-3, despite a strong second-half comeback.
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.
The Cinnabar School District has never before asked voters for financial assistance, but school district officials say the time has come when the school’s aging facilities need more help than the general budget can handle.
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.
An important piece of Petaluma history, and its future, reaches a major milestone this month that’s cause for celebration.
Avilla served in the Army Air Corps during World War II.