- Remember the legacy of an environmental icon
- Two arrested for Christmas Day theft
- Boulevard Cinemas will show ‘The Interview’
- Family: Homeless Petaluma man who died struggled with alcoholism
- Petaluma man found with 4 pounds of cocaine will avoid prison
- Push is on for living wage for in-home care workers
- Former Petaluma slaughterhouse co-owner going to trial in July
- Homicide ruled out in downtown death
- Former Petaluma Little League coach sentenced for stalking
- New state law upends, egg industry, affecting supplies and cost
With its unanimous vote this week to join Sonoma Clean Power, a non-profit public electricity agency, the Petaluma City Council has ensured that local residents and businesses will soon have access to cleaner and less expensive electrical power.
DeSouza worked for the Novato Post Office for 35 years.
Meadow School Principal Melissa Becker has long had a dream to see her 500 students rock out to Queen’s famous “Bohemian Rhapsody” while playing ukuleles, harmonicas, flutes and finger drums.