- Petaluma woman arrested for driving 110 m.p.h.
- La Tercera School celebrates remodel
- Video leaves question: Animal cruelty or industry standard?
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.
Petaluma’s downtown merchants host a celebration of fall Oct. 24-25
Avilla served in the Army Air Corps during World War II.