In 1927, prohibition was in full swing in Petaluma, and the Sonoma County Sheriff had instituted a $1,000 fine for anyone caught illicitly making or selling booze.
Petaluma’s Clover Stornetta Farms next year will start to make all of its dairy products free of genetically modified organisms becoming the first dairy processor in the state to sell conventional GMO-free milk.
Many of Petaluma’s restaurants proudly boast their own version of this down-home staple.
Jessica Barron, a 21-year-old nursing student, recently signed with Tambora Records International LLC, released her first single “No Puedo” and wrapped up production on the song’s music video.
Christina Ingenito has spent her entire life serving others, and when the licensed clinical social worker was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, she found a way to turn her trauma into a work of art.
A historic 1923 Albert Farr designed Spanish revival home is on the market in Petaluma for $1.9 million.
The foster care reforms are aimed at eliminating long-term group home stays and increasing foster family placements.
Petaluma’s latest weapon against the mosquito-friendly plants that have threatened to clog up the wetlands of Ellis Creek is a Sweden-made amphibious weed harvester.