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Robert Florez, the new executive director of group that works with troubled youth, has a relatable background.
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SRJC expands resource center, legal services for undocumented students
PG&E details risks of splitting up company
Petaluma man speaking at event recalling Japanese American WWII deportees
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Saving Petaluma’s Shollenberger Park

Upgrades coming for aging Petaluma library

Public input will inform the first make over in 42 years for the Petaluma Regional Library.

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Tip of my Tongue: Houston Porter’s regular round up of food and drink news.
Once a trendy haze, New England-style IPAs seem to have found a new home as an influx of California brewers move the style from gimmick to official variety.
Petaluma enjoys an unusually large number of great restaurants. Considering its relatively small size, Petaluma boasts a world’s tour of cuisine options.M
It was a hard battle to get our own AVA, but today the wines are shining.
New hours are designed to better suit customer’s eating habits.
Historic Eats: A look back at food, restaurants and farms of Petaluma’s past
Server Spotlight: Meet the people who make our restaurant experiences.
Tip of my Tongue: Houston Porter’s regular roundup of foodie news and events

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Film Reviews: ‘Alita’ crashes, ‘Isn’t it Romantic?’ delights
Island ‘royalty’ comes to Petaluma
Petaluma gets only four hits in baseball loss to Drake
John Antonio has added long-time St. Vincent coach Gary Galloway to his Casa Grande football coaching staff
Casa Grande’s Lillian McCoy and Arora Viera are headed for state along with Petaluma’s Brooklyn Shattuck
Petaluma softball team is again loaded with talent
Rohnert Park co-founder Maurice Fredericks dies at 93
Glen Ghilotti, Petaluma construction company founder, dies at 59
Doc a friend, sports fan
Don Ramatici, consummate Petaluman, dies
No room for climate deniers
Our kids on Petaluma streets
Editorial: Safeway project a lesson in corporate citizenship
Community Matters: The art of acrimony in Petaluma
Photos: Petaluma students celebrate Fred Wiseman’s first airmail delivery
THE CHALKBOARD: The weather is a show at Corona Creek
Students get creative
What’s happening in Petaluma schools
Poll respondents: Repeal gas tax increase
Poll: Lakeville Highway the new blood alley
Poll: Winery shouldn’t need to build bike path
Poll: City got small cell tower policy right
New head at Petaluma nonprofit Mentor Me
SRJC expands resource center, legal services for undocumented students
PG&E details risks of splitting up company
Petaluma man speaking at event recalling Japanese American WWII deportees
Petaluma’s winter menus, distillary event, Stemple creek dinner and more
Food fairs this weekend, Griffo makes ‘Top 100 Spirits’ and more
2018 was a great year to eat in Petaluma
When Reagan came to Sonoma and other historic celebrity visits
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Broadway talent to appear at Cinnabar’s big Bash
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Giants’ Tim Flannery brings bluegrass band to the Mystic