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A developer is seeking input on a mixed-use project between the Petaluma River and the SMART train station.
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Petaluma’s Cinnabar Theater honored by SF Critics Circle
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Q&A: Can I shoot down a drone that flies over my house?
Sonoma County arborists, crane operators busy after winter’s storms
Crocodile Cafe in Petaluma worth a return visit
Grenades found in Petaluma date back to WWII


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Sonoma County Democratic leader Liz Basile dies at 89
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Mike Ortelle, Petaluma Police chaplain and firefighter, dies at 56
Gerald Moore, Petaluma environmentalist, dies at 77
Petalumans raise their voices
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Collect tax on vacation rentals
Petaluma should prioritize affordable housing
Rotary clubs distribute $23,000 to ‘Lend a Hand to Education’
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Mad Hatter Ball largest Mentor Me fundraiser
Petaluma schools rate well in new performance model
Poll respondents favor replacing Obamacare
Poll: Paladin right choice to run PV hospital
Poll respondents split on affordable housing
Poll: City should work with feds on immigration