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A group of local youth are working this summer under the supervision of Petaluma People Services Center as part of the Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps.
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Local marijuana rules taking shape in Sonoma County

The rules could form the basis of the county’s treatment of commercial activities in a future of possible recreational legalization.

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Amid the growing popularity of drones, a call for privacy, public safety regulations.
A group of Petaluma radio enthusiasts is slowly closing in on a longstanding dream of reviving a locally-based FM station.
The Petaluma Wetlands Alliance has helped nurture hundreds of iridescent tree swallows since the first purpose-built box went up on a post at the city’s Shollenberger Park.
The July 30 ‘We Ben-Jamin’ music festival at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds benefits a local couple and their son, Benjamin Henderson, who was diagnosed with a long list of birth defects.
Lennie Larkin’s B-Side Farm is among a thriving flower collective that’s part of a multi-million dollar industry in Sonoma County.
Opening July 23, “Journey Through Light and Dark: Dolls as Tellers of Stories,” showcases more than 100 unique dolls from a variety of artists.
Myles Ahead Weightlifting Team from Petaluma captures individual and team national championships.
Road Butler charges a flat fee to delivery food from local restaurants.

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Your Petaluma weekend July 29-July 31
Petaluma group gets rid of graffiti
Petaluman shares love of skies, safety
Beloved veterinarian fostered deep Petaluma ties
National Eleven All-Stars’ comeback ends
Petaluma American 10s hanging tough in Nor-Cal Tournament
TEN SECTION TOURNAMENT: It takes two tries, but Petaluma American claims title
Torkelson, Joaquim named All-Americans
Petaluma firefighter remembered as friendly, outgoing
Sybil Sullivan, who welcomed Petaluma visitors, dies at 97
Professional horse trainer Jack Bingham dies at 77
Longtime Petaluma dairy farmer Don Moreda dies at 83
Let’s continue this investment in county roads
Have no fear for road diets
Unity is key to transportation funding
Keep focus on tax for Petaluma’s streets
16 manufacturing innovators win Business Journal’s North Bay Maker Awards
New faculty rep for SSU athletes
Emanuele is new assistant principal for Adult School
School year ending with celebrations
Poll: Don’t repeal California’s death penalty
Poll respondents split on recreational pot
Poll: Street repair is top Petaluma priority
Poll: Don’t sell Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds