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Tree Service Experts Santa Rosa Educates Property Owners on the Timing for Tree Trimming and Tree Pruning Santa Rosa, California – To help property owners understand the importance of property tree care, Tree Service Experts Santa Rosa held a Lunch ‘n Learn event in which the attendees were educated on the timing for tree pruning… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa’s Newest Seafood Restaurant Is a Catch   Chef Tony Ounpamornchai has been thinking about a seafood-centric restaurant for years. As the executive chef and co-owner of SEA Thai Bistro, SEA Thai Noodle Bar and Raku Ramen and Rolls, he’s been on a roll opening one restaurant after another at Montgomery Village and Coddingtown… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa mulls bond offering to knock down pension liabilities Santa Rosa City Council is considering selling more than $100 million of bonds to raise cash for its growing pension debt, a step that could ease budgeting in years to come but carries enough risk that some municipal financing experts warn against it. The costs… Keep Reading

Sonoma County Fair returns after hibernation The grand return of the Sonoma County Fair on Wednesday meant the world to the Becks family, who said they’ve attended the fair since the 1950s. “We’ve been waiting for this all year!” Betty Beck, 76, said as she wiped melted Dippin’ Dots ice cream off her granddaughter’s cheeks. “Being… Keep Reading

Despite pandemic, hundreds do their part for new Santa Rosa mural The pandemic hasn’t slowed down Santa Rosa-based youth art organization ArtStart. In late March lead artists and young students painted a quarantine-themed mural in downtown Petaluma. And now the group is finishing up a second mural in a collaborative series with recycling company Recology.… Keep Reading

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Get vaccinated and receive free admission to Summer Fun Fest at Sonoma County Fairgrounds Santa Rosa, CA  –  July 26, 2021  –  The Sonoma County Fairgrounds and the Sonoma County Medical Association are collaborating with the County’s vaccination efforts by providing free admission and a free ride ticket to members of the public who receive a COVID-19… Keep Reading

From heavy metals to COVID-19, wildfire smoke is more dangerous than you think When Erin Babnik awoke on the morning of Nov. 8, 2018, in Paradise, California, she thought the reddish glow outside was a hazy sunrise. But the faint light soon gave way to darkness as smoke from the burgeoning Camp fire rolled in.… Keep Reading

Fire destroys Ukiah business A business was destroyed in a fire early Friday in Ukiah. The fire at Norge Cleaners & Full Services on South State Street was reported around 4:14 a.m., according to Ukiah Valley Fire Authority Chief Doug Hutchison. When firefighters arrived, the blaze was too intense to save the dry cleaning business… Keep Reading

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Petaluma’s Central Market Continues to Impress Chasing the newest, hottest restaurant openings in Sonoma County can be exciting for a writer, but it can come at a significant cost — overlooking the restaurants that succeed year after year, the chefs that perfect their dishes month after month and the dining rooms that become part of… Keep Reading

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If you’ve been saying “those drones are out of control!” Sonoma County supervisors have heard you. The County of Sonoma Board of Supervisors has given a preliminary thumbs-up to an ordinance that prohibits private or commercial drones from interfering with or impeding government response during local emergencies and public safety events. This includes fires, floods,… Keep Reading

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