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The 28-year-old man, who police say is a known Sureño gang member, struck an officer before trying to flee on foot after a reported neighbor dispute.
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Gas tax repeal defeated, Petaluma highway project moves forward
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After outreach criticism, new Petaluma art project gets scrutiny
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Paun to bring diversity to Petaluma school board

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Shifting demographics, increased traffic make Lakeville Highway one of the most dangerous roads in the state as officials grapple for solutions.
Tip of my Tongue: The regular round up of food and drink news and events
St. Anthony’s Farm took an unconventional approach to helping those in need
From soft and fresh, to wrapped in a buttery dough crust
From families looking for quality time together, to those in need of a distraction
There’s big flavors and low prices to be found at this new offering
The Evart Produce Company was located on the corner of what was then B and Main streets in Penngrove.
There’s so much more than pumpkin spice lattes

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Glen Ghilotti, Petaluma construction company founder, dies at 59
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Don Ramatici, consummate Petaluman, dies
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Each student honors someone special with a colorful altar at Valley Vista Dia de los Muertos celebration
Poll respondents: Repeal gas tax increase
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Paun to bring diversity to Petaluma school board
Gas tax repeal defeated, Petaluma highway project moves forward
Petaluma mini golf plan hits funding snag
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53 years of farming to fight substance abuse
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