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A 51-year-old Petaluma man was arrested last week after allegedly offering to pay three young girls to take off their clothes and dance for him, police said.
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Penngrove Market reborn
Petaluma police warn of phone scam

Marine from Petaluma declared brain dead after a lightning strike

Cpl. Skyler James, a Petaluma High grad, was working on a tilt-rotor Osprey when he and a second Marine were injured in North Carolina.

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Worde Horde publisher Ross Lockhart fuses scary books with vivid cover illustrations
Making movies a scary business for Mitch Altieri
For artist Kevin Clark, his next masterpiece is a community effort.
Petaluma still faces legal hurdles in what has shaped up to be the longest current land use battle, but officials are planning for the future of Lafferty Park.
The new bus routes are part of a reshaping of the commuter transit network ahead of train service launch.
As glyphosate-based weed killers are added to a state list of cancer-causing chemicals, the city reviewed its policy.
The measures are aimed at reducing speeding on Rainier Avenue.
The city placed a lien on an east side home with multiple infractions, suspected drug activity.

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