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A woman who lost control of her car on northbound Highway 101 in Petaluma late Thursday drove through a fence and into knee-deep water.
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Petaluma spent $2.7 million in overtime
Another record price for Sonoma County homes
Sonoma County hotels see revenues jump after the October wildfires
California’s chief justice speaks to Sonoma County legal community
Dry weather expected Sunday
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Petaluma’s potential first legal pot dealer steps forward

The city is considering proposals for the first cannabis delivery services to operate in Petaluma.

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A former Petaluma paramedic has saved many lives. Now, she works to save traumatized heroes.
The move would require developers to build affordable units instead of paying a fee.
Nine months before Petaluma voters head to the polls to elect their next mayor, the race is starting to take shape.
The tucked away spot serves great fare into the early morning hours.
At 6 in the morning, just outside Petaluma’s Mary Isaak Center, a hazy moon glows distantly overhead and the first SMART train of the day clangs jauntily by.
Potential sightings of a large cat has the rural community on edge.
The ordinance maps out areas in the city’s business parks and industrial zones where cannabis businesses will be allowed.
Jim McCormick has amassed more than 4,500 artifacts from the California wine industry. Now he’s ready to let it go.

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