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Santa Rosa Community Blood Drive – Hosted by Coffey Strong

Thursday, March 4, 2021 1:30 pm to 6:15 pm Blood Drive will be at Christian Family Fellowship located at 1160 A Hopper Ave in Santa Rosa To schedule an appointment to donate please click here! **If you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, or participated in a COVID-19 vaccine trial, you ARE eligible to donate blood if they meet… Keep Reading

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More than 200 Central Coast farm workers receive checks in $30,000 unfair labor settlement

More than 200 farmworkers received a piece of an informal settlement from Rancho Laguna Farms LLC on Sunday after an unfair labor practice charge. The California Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) announced Saturday that 212 farmworkers would receive checks from the nearly $30,000 settlement. ALRB representatives distributed the checks of varying amounts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County’s vaccination expansion collides with severe vaccine shortage

The expanding promise of coronavirus vaccinations in Sonoma County collided Monday with the realities of vaccine scarcity and extreme weather elsewhere upending expected deliveries of doses. The supply problems were so severe that one of county’s largest health care providers, Sutter Health, decided to pause scheduling all appointments for first doses, and planned to reschedule… Keep Reading

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Santa Rosa launches survey for major planning effort

Santa Rosa wants your help identifying the most important changes affecting land use and public policy the city should make over the next few decades. The city announced Monday the launch of a community survey for its latest general plan, part of an effort dubbed “Santa Rosa Forward.” The brief questionnaire asks residents to say… Keep Reading

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Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa fighting $55K fine for COVID-19 violations from state regulators

State regulators fined Kaiser Permanente $55,350 for safety violations at its Santa Rosa medical center, alleging Sonoma County’s largest health care provider failed to take adequate steps to prevent COVID-19 from spreading through its workforce. The fines, which are being challenged by Kaiser, emerged from a six-month investigation launched last year by the California Division… Keep Reading

California could see to-go cocktails legalized under new bill

One of the few liberties gained by Californians during the pandemic — ordering cocktails to go from bars and restaurants — could be enshrined in state law under a new bill in consideration at the state Legislature. Local bar and restaurant owners credit carry-out food and drink orders with helping to prop up their struggling… Keep Reading

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NorCal Artists Sought For Public Art Project In Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA, CA — Santa Rosa is looking to add some original art to its downtown Fifth Street parking garage. The city’s Public Art Program seeks an artist — or team of artists — to design, create and install art for the garage’s southwest-facing exterior wall that overlooks Orchard and Fifth streets. The goal for… Keep Reading

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