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Anyone who spots the man, often seen riding a bicycle, is asked to call police.
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Petaluma takes step to preserve open space
Petaluma housing project stalled
North Bay landlord accused of jacking up rent 80 percent after fires
Sales keep growing for Sonoma County’s million-dollar homes
SRJC’s newspaper wins big awards, too, but may go out of print
Sonoma County, for 5th straight year, gets top marks for clean air

Comic Judah Friedlander of ‘30 Rock’ coming to Petaluma

New York comic Judah Friedlander will bring his satirical world view to the Griffo Distillery in Petaluma this Sunday.

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The wetlands include environmentally sensitive spots along the Petaluma River that are home to a diversity of species, including the salt marsh harvest mouse, river otter and an array of birds.
A Petaluma woman is hiking the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail to shed past demons.
Look up! Now is the time to see the raptors and their treetop nests along local waterways.
A Petaluma nonprofit is set to play a key role in helping victims recover from fire trauma.
Bay Area transportation projects would get a $4.5B boost if Measure 3 passes.
Cattlemen’s is a Western-themed Petaluma steakhouse mainstay.
Petalumans gathered to honor some of the heroic and charitable deeds their fellow residents did over the past year.

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2018 Butter & Egg Days kick off this Saturday
Texas Twister comes to Petaluma
Petaluma Around the Clock: “Backstage” at the Speedway
Out and About in Petaluma
Spencer belts away at ASU
St. Vincent battles to edge Upper Lake, remain unbeaten
SV now 13-0 for season
Petaluma tightens SCL baseball race
Doc a friend, sports fan
Don Ramatici, consummate Petaluman, dies
JoAnn Ritko Pozzi, groundbreaking Petaluma business woman, dies at 75
Petaluma High’s gentleman baseball coach dies at 84
Poll: Bridge toll increase not popular with voters
Yes on Measure 3 for highway
Our modern plumbing system
Poll: Mixed reaction over new housing policy
THE CHALKBOARD: Loma Vista students take SMART trip to Santa Rosa
PEF seeks support for Class of 2018
THE CHALKBOARD: Loma Vista students ‘Walking and Rolling’
Fuel-efficient driving coming to the raceway
Poll: Majority want more gun control measures
Poll shows little support for public safety tax
Poll: Re-engage with St. Joseph for hospital
Poll: Fix downtown trestle for pedestrian use
Petaluma police seek man who failed to register as sex offender
Petaluma takes step to preserve open space
Fire Calls April 9 to April 15
Police log April 11 to April 17
Leeks, celery root, Asian pears
Markets bustle in the fall
Sax’s Joint in Petaluma a modern classic diner
Upscale comfort food at Palms
Your Weekend April 12-April 15
Your Weekend: March 22-March 25
Your Weekend: March 15-March 18
New exhibit at Petaluma Museum honors Women’s History Month