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A survey of Sonoma County seniors identifies key challenges and solutions.
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Hoby Wedler’s blindness offers him a unique perspective.
Operators of Petaluma Hills Farm just west of the city are going through the legal channels, but neighbors still object.
Money to complete the Highway 101 project through Petaluma could come this year, but ballot measures still loom.
If an environmental report is approved in March, the park could be open by May, officials said.
The 200-unit housing development could be finished by fall.
Police credit enforcement, education with drop in drunk driving incidents.
The popular west Petaluma diner always attracts a crowd.
Crocodile’s Chocolate Terrine, basically a chocolate mousse, is surrounded by white chocolate sauce, fresh raspberries, and is topped with whipped crème fraiche.

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