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Penngrove ready for 4th of July parade

The July 4 “Biggest Little Parade in Northern California” is only one of the weekend’s festivities, which also includes a Saturday breakfast and a Sunday afternoon barbecue.

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An anonymous donor has offered to match up to $50,000 in donations toward improvements to Helen Putnam Regional Park, the latest effort to upgrade the sweeping county park rising high above the grasslands of Petaluma’s southwest border.
The Shuckery is slated to open at the newly-restored Hotel Petaluma later this summer. The 54-seat oyster bar and restaurant is being spearheaded by sisters Aluxa and Jazmine Lalicker, best known as The Oyster Girls.
The city of Petaluma is reminding property owners that they are required to keep their weeds in check to limit the risk of fire during the dry season.
Colleen Richardson opened The Doll Mercantile in 1991 after leaving a three-decade career as a teacher.
Desiree Champagne-Terrell, 17, a student at Casa Grande High School, will go to Kaohsiung in Taiwan for her senior year through a Rotary Club study abroad program.
‘Tribal Voices’ is on display now through August at the Petaluma Historical Museum and Library.
Sonoma County hotels increased the price of their rooms 5.1 percent in May, compared to a year earlier, according to a new report.
The Paula Lane Open Space Preserve on the city’s west side is teeming with wildlife for observers to study, including birds and badgers.

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