The new Sears Point Wetlands trail, a 2.5-mile extension of the San Francisco Bay Trail system, is part of the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
The 24-unit project is expected to help ease the city’s housing crunch.
The Homebroots program pairs aspiring home brewers with professional beer makers.
In 1850, the population of Sonoma County was only 560. Just two years later, it had quadrupled, and the village of Petaluma had become the northern nexus of navigation for the great San Francisco Bay.
After an acquisition by a Swiss company, the local dairy will likely retain its independence.
The market is relocating from Deer Creek shopping center to make room for new retail developments.
The Petaluma Wetlands Alliance, based at Shollenberger Park, has been granted nonprofit status.
The city is offering to waive $2.4 million in fees that would otherwise impact construction of a parking structure at a possible east side passenger rail station at Corona Road and North McDowell Boulevard.