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A different kind of Fourth

Posted on July 6, 2020
A different kind of Fourth

A thoughtful and emotional Fourth of July event in Maxwell Park opened with an invocation by Pomo dancers on, as noted, stolen lands.... Continue

Shocking example of how Sonoma County devalues human rights

Posted on July 6, 2020
Shocking example of how Sonoma County devalues human rights

The killing of George Floyd has unleashed a much-needed reckoning with our nation’s long history of systemic racism.  Right here... Continue

If you see low-flying helicopters this week…

Posted on July 5, 2020
If you see low-flying helicopters this week...

Starting Monday, July 6, PG&E will send conduct pre-inspection helicopter flights over Sonoma County, including Sonoma Valley,... Continue

Virtual town hall: Preparing for fire season

Posted on July 5, 2020
Virtual town hall: Preparing for fire season

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Sonoma has its first candidate for City Council

Posted on July 3, 2020
Sonoma has its first candidate for City Council

Sonoma businessman Jack Ding, who came within two percent of being elected in 2018, has declared his candidacy for another run at... Continue

Fogg retires from County planning; Gorin names Cornwall to replace

Posted on July 3, 2020
Fogg retires from County planning; Gorin names Cornwall to replace

Supervisor Susan Gorin has announced the retirement of First District Planning Commissioner Dick Fogg, as well as his replacement with... Continue

Dinos and drive-in

Posted on July 3, 2020
Dinos and drive-in

Because it feels like the last time you could get out and have fun was back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, this July 25 event is... Continue

Have a safe, healthy 4th of July!

Posted on July 3, 2020
Have a safe, healthy 4th of July!

The City of Sonoma reminds everyone how to have a safe and sane July 4 weekend: There is no doubt that this 4th of July will look... Continue

July 4 justice rally at Sonoma’s Maxwell Park

Posted on July 1, 2020
July 4 justice rally at Sonoma's Maxwell Park

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Sonoma’s plan to let restaurants operate on Sonoma Plaza

Posted on July 1, 2020

If approved,  Sonoma restaurants will be granted space for up to 32 people on Sonoma Plaza, part of the city’s Economic Recovery... Continue


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