- Landfill neighbors sue over compost operation
- Lines drawn in sales tax debate
- Choosing a college full of ‘potentials’
- New life at the old Cavanagh Center (with video)
- Minimal quake damage seen in Petaluma (audio of the Aug. 24 quake)
- Experts: How to be ready if another quake hits
- Riverfront artwork planned for downtown
- Gas prices at seven-month low in state
- THE CHALKBOARD: Super heroes and beach visits
- Memorial services for Cormac Slater O’Toole set for Thursday and Friday
As the North Bay’s economy continues to grow following the end of a long economic downturn known as the Great Recession, one positive indicator is the rise in property values that had been spiraling sharply downward for several years.
A student at St. Vincent’s Elementary School, Cormac O’Toole also played soccer and Little League.
Cinnabar School has soared in the past few years under the leadership of superintendent/principal Chuck Bush, but now the responsibility for taking it to even greater heights falls to his friend and replacement Tracie Kern.