Santa Rosa makes list of America’s happiest cities

Santa Rosa is the 14th happiest city in the United States, according to a report published March 1, 2022. The report by WalletHub examined more than 180 of the largest U.S. cities to determine which were home to the happiest people. Each city was given a ranking based on 30 key indicators of happiness, ranging from the… Keep Reading

Santa Rosa accepting applications for emergency rental aid

The city of Santa Rosa is accepting applications this month for emergency rental aid meant to help tenants struggling to cover housing costs. Applications, due by March 31, place qualifying renters on a waiting list for the federally supported HOME Rental Assistance program, which typically covers 60-70% of monthly housing costs for up to two… Keep Reading

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Jason DeRusha’s Top Picks for the Food & Wine Experience

It’s almost here! This weekend is the Minnesota Monthly Food & Wine Experience. It was the last major event I attended before COVID-19 shut down the world, and it’s going to be one of the first many of us take part in now that things are looking really good as far as a low number of cases… Keep Reading

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Map shows COVID-19 community levels in your area, where masks are recommended indoors

SAN FRANCISCO — New metrics from the CDC take into consideration hospitalization numbers when measuring the impact of COVID-19 and masking requirements for communities. Previously, the “high,” “substantial,” “moderate” and “low” transmission categories were based on case rates and positivity percentages and the CDC recommended indoor masking for counties in the “moderate” or “low” levels. These new categories incorporate… Keep Reading

Sonoma County and ForeFront Power complete a 963 kilowatt solar energy portfolio at airport and nearby fleet facility

SANTA ROSA, Calif., Feb. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The County of Sonoma has partnered with ForeFront Power, a leading developer and asset manager of commercial and industrial-scale solar energy and storage projects, to build a 963 kilowatt (kW) solar energy portfolio at Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport (STS), as well as at the Sonoma County Fleet Operations Building at 709 Russell… Keep Reading

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