Petaluma has presents for the foodie on your list.
A sudsy twist on a holiday standard.
Suspected thieves stole a carved pole from the woman’s front yard.
A new installation aims to make Petaluma brighter for the holidays.
As the division between protesters, police and developers deepens in North Dakota, Petalumans are uniting to stand in solidarity with those opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline, a 1,200-mile multi-state project that Native Americans fear will harm their water supply and desecrate cultural sites.
That year, the Mystic Theatre opened, the Steamer Gold brought automobiles to the city and the world was reeling after hearing the news that the Titanic sank.
The medical office is going in at Deer Creek shopping center.
Local nonprofits need help feeding the many Petaluma residents forced to skip meals.