A historic preservation group said it has raised more than $100,000 toward a new round of repairs to the nearly two-century-old clay building at Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park.
Petaluma has been an aviation capital in its own right since the first airmail flight took off from the city in 1911, and the Petaluma Area Pilots Association, a longstanding local group, is promoting that legacy for future generations.
“The Battle of the Washoe House” took place during an era of fierce political tensions in Sonoma County.
A tiny downtown Petaluma corner space is on its way to becoming a small pocket park with the combined efforts of volunteers and the city.
The last of four gleaming, 50,000-gallon silos was moved into place last weekend at Clover Stornetta’s processing facility off Lakeville Street, a shining testament to the home-grown company’s expansion in Petaluma.
A framework to link Petaluma’s bus schedule with service from Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit is taking shape, a key element in a long-term plan outlining the city’s public transportation strategy in the coming years.
Larry Williams brings decades of experience to the North Bay premiere of the Broadway musical, opening Aug. 12 at Spreckels Performing Arts Center.
The food event is best described as a culinary walking tour of downtown Petaluma.