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‘Roma,’ ‘The Favourite’ lead Oscar nominations
Petaluma Women’s March stresses inclusiveness
State denies Lakeville Highway barrier
Local Coast Guard families cope with shutdown
Kamala Harris jumps into presidential race
‘It’s been a rocky road’: Local cannabis industry struggles to take off

Petaluma officials mull district elections

The proactive discussion comes as other cities are threatened with voting rights lawsuits.

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Tip of my Tongue: Houston Porter’s regular roundup of food news
In the past decade, Petaluma has seen a renaissance in its food scene, bringing diners an excellent breadth of choices, from fun to fancy.
Some of the more unusual moments in this iconic restaurant’s history
Tis the season for stout and porter
Joins growing number of restaurant owners who want to do away with the practice.
The man behind Brewsters has taken the helm and made major changes to this storied location.
Julbord is a beloved piece of the Nordic celebration of Christmas. This feast of cured meats, seafood and cheeses often takes place in association with Lucia Day on Dec.

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PHS Jazz joins Joy & Madness in Petaluma
Plein Air painter Fassbinder unveils result of years-long project
Giants’ Tim Flannery brings bluegrass band to the Mystic
Petaluma’s Bestsellers: Congresswoman Speier’s ‘Undaunted’ unseats former first lady’s ‘Becoming’
Gaucho girls knock off league-leading Vintage
Napa and Vintage make it a tough week for Gaucho boys in their home gym
Tolay, Mark West, Jenner Headlands offer new trails
St. Vincent standout chosen All-Star Defensive Player of the Game
Glen Ghilotti, Petaluma construction company founder, dies at 59
Doc a friend, sports fan
Don Ramatici, consummate Petaluman, dies
JoAnn Ritko Pozzi, groundbreaking Petaluma business woman, dies at 75
Phoenix is a rare bird in Petaluma
Welcome to majority, Huffman
School trustee’s parting plea: End negativity
Climate change and Petaluma
Top student agricultural projects eligible for grant money
‘Change in culture’: New California guidelines aim to help teach social, emotional skills
County schools superintendent outlines goals for third term
Jan. 23 is the deadline for seniors to apply for PEF-administered scholarships
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
Top student agricultural projects eligible for grant money
‘Roma,’ ‘The Favourite’ lead Oscar nominations
Petaluma Women’s March stresses inclusiveness
Hundreds take to the streets in Sonoma County as part of the third annual Women’s March events
53 years of farming to fight substance abuse
Where to feed out-of-towners visiting Petaluma for the holidays
Living up to the Rosen family name at 256 North
Where to eat outdoors in Petaluma, from riverfront to the east side
Peter Welker’s Sidemen step out front
Your Weekend: Get up, get out, do stuff
Paul Thorn a soul singer with passion, heart
Your Weekend: January 3-January 6