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A lawsuit seeking class action status was filed against Petaluma Poultry and its parent company this month, alleging that the local business violated a handful of wage and labor laws in the past four years.
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East Petaluma house burns in early morning fire
Sales of million-dollar homes surge in Sonoma County
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SMART train begins free preview rides this week
Petaluma’s Fishman Supply acquires Santa Rosa business
Camp encourages girls to pursue careers in STEM fields

Gas prices fall below $3 a gallon in Sonoma County

Just in time for a busy holiday weekend, gas in Santa Rosa can be found for as little as $2.55 a gallon.

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Several developments along Lakeville will add housing, hotel rooms to the city.
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Pataluma native Tina Dungan on keeping vital Sonoma County history alive
The city has joined with other municipalities to combat global warming in the absence of federal leadership.

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Little League All-Star play begins this weekend
Hammerman, portrayer of Petaluma’s past, dies
Don Bennett, who charted Petaluma’s growth, dies at 79
‘Voice of Petaluma,’ Ron Walters dies at 84
Peter Ehrlich, 69, head forester at Presidio, dies
Water Street begging for public art
Hospital transition underway
Bring golf back to Adobe Creek
The need for housing is real
Extended hours for Alphabet Soup stores on Tuesday
Local students on Oregon State honor roll
PEF Pop-Up Party at Traxx
Rotary says thanks with pancakes
Poll: No road diet needed for Rainier Avenue
Poll: Build new parking garage downtown
Poll respondents not in favor of road narrowing
Poll: City should not cut Boys & Girls Club funds