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The Salvation Army is taking over the COTS food pantry program so the homeless service nonprofit can focus on housing.
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Petaluma hoteliers propose alternative to tax measure
‘I want to make sure my children don’t feel different:’ A community for Petaluma LGBT parents
Ready, set, eat: Petaluma gears up for Restaurant Week
Truck mishap scatters empty wine bottles on Lakeville Highway
Sonoma County ‘grossly underprepared’ for scale of October wildfires, supervisor says
New senior housing complex proposed in Fountaingrove

At Petaluma Staples, Bobby Weiss is the easy button

Weiss runs the printing center, helping sometimes befuddled customers.

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A mountain lion cub singed in the Southern California wildfire is recovering at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue.
A deal to build an east side SMART station, 225 commuter parking spots, and more than 400 housing units to Petaluma appears to have collapsed.
Tenant protections were one of several measures considered to ease housing crisis.
Their motto is “A pot of tea, a place to eat, art to see, and a place to meet.”
‘Foiled!’ at Back House Gallery features artwork employing aluminum foil
Stories of people and places from around Petaluma
Petaluma’s farmers markets have watermelon radishes, blood oranges and more.
Riders who use the downtown Petaluma stop would prefer a Corona Road station.

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Trojans win SCL mat tourney
JoAnn Ritko Pozzi, groundbreaking Petaluma business woman, dies at 75
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Former Petaluma City Councilman Tencer dies at 75
Clover co-founder Ross dies at 89
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Celebrating a world view
SRJC plans busy spring of arts and lectures
Frobeck, Trebuchet play Phoenix fundraiser
Poll: Re-engage with St. Joseph for hospital
Poll: Fix downtown trestle for pedestrian use
Poll: Do more to address downtown rat problem
Poll respondents against more local housing
Petaluma food program on the move
Petaluma hoteliers propose alternative to tax measure
‘I want to make sure my children don’t feel different:’ A community for Petaluma LGBT parents
Ready, set, eat: Petaluma gears up for Restaurant Week
Markets bustle in the fall
Sax’s Joint in Petaluma a modern classic diner
Upscale comfort food at Palms
At Petaluma’s China Town, good food and value
Young Dubliners bring Celtic rock to Petaluma’s Mystic Theater
Lee Ann Womack to play the Mystic
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The Reverend Shawn Amos puts joy in the blues