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New leadership for the Petaluma nonprofit after a rocky year.
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Get into a delicious jam at LaLa’s
Two Petaluma men arrested in connection with spate of armed robberies
Jimmy Eat World rocks into Petaluma
Sonoma County law enforcement and people with autism gather to teach each other
Scientists find exotic life in ocean depths off Sonoma Coast
Volunteers needed for Helen Putnam trail building

Petaluma fire agency partnership successful

A resource sharing agreement between Rancho Adobe and Petaluma Fire has paid off so far.

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Residents near the shuttered Petaluma golf course demand answers as blight sinks property values.
As President Trump asks Congress to act on immigration policy, those left in limbo dread deportation.
At Petaluma’s Sugo Trattoria, great service and Italian comfort food go hand-in-hand.
Saloons were some of the earliest Sonoma County businesses. Click through a gallery of our county’s boozy past.
Cloud mixture of quicklime, cement and dust upsets neighbors near Petaluma High field project.
After failing the last two years, the district again puts a measure on the November ballot.
Outreach in key North Coast winegrowing regions brings health care to those reluctant to visit a clinic.
Petaluma’s Classroom Safari finds new home, for now

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Livestock auctioneer Tony Brazil a living link to Petaluma’s past
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Petaluma also wins junior varsity game
Egg Bowl worth the wait
St. Vincent girls grab first place in NCL II volleyball
Hammerman, portrayer of Petaluma’s past, dies
Don Bennett, who charted Petaluma’s growth, dies at 79
‘Voice of Petaluma,’ Ron Walters dies at 84
Peter Ehrlich, 69, head forester at Presidio, dies
Adobe Creek residents deserve answers
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Keeping SMART on right track
LumaFest showcases SRJC campus in Petaluma
High school students can help COTS
THE CHALKBOARD: Hats for Hurricane Help at Valley Vista School
Liberty School District has Trustee vacancies
Poll: Mixed reaction to end of DACA program
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Poll: Mixed reaction to launch of SMART train
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Boys & Girls Club charts new path after tumult
Two Petaluma men arrested in connection with spate of armed robberies
Get into a delicious jam at LaLa’s
Jimmy Eat World rocks into Petaluma
At Sugo Trattoria, a taste of Italy
Top farmers to gather in Petaluma for Agrarian Games
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Gohan a Petaluma staple for good sushi
Petaluma’s Poets come home from the Highway
Petaluma’s Cinnabar Theater presents ‘Man of La Mancha’
YOUR WEEKEND AUGUST 31-SEPTEMBER 3
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre brings his own music to the Mystic