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Meeting topic: a $15 minimum wage in Sonoma

Posted on February 16, 2019
Meeting topic: a $15 minimum wage in Sonoma

The fight for 15 has begun. A campaign to implement a $15-per-hour minimum wage is the topic of a panel on Monday, February 25 with... Continue

I’m still angry. You should be, too.

Posted on February 15, 2019
I'm still angry. You should be, too.

By Norma Barnett | Special to The Sun Last fall, writing in the wake of the Kavanaugh hearings, the answer to the question “Should... Continue

Springs advisory council seeks local representatives

Posted on February 15, 2019
Springs advisory council seeks local representatives

Springs residents who are interested in having a hand in how their community is run still have a chance to become a commissioner on... Continue

Sonoma County can do more to protect rural residents from fires

Posted on February 15, 2019
Sonoma County can do more to protect rural residents from fires

Reader opinion by Deborah A. Eppstein and Craig S. Harrison Last November, the world watched with horror as residents of Paradise... Continue

Light Space — Through the ‘Portals’ with Phillip K. Smith

Posted on February 14, 2019
Light Space -- Through the 'Portals' with Phillip K. Smith

  By Jackie Lee | Sun Visual Arts The stunning exhibition of Philip Smith’s work currently at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art... Continue

Sweet on scouting

Posted on February 14, 2019
Sweet on scouting

It’s Girl Scout Cookie season, with members of the local troop offering a sweet lineup including the brand-new Caramel Chocolate... Continue

Developing story

Posted on February 13, 2019
Developing story

An 11-unit apartment development at 840 Napa Street in Sonoma is well on its way to completion as six detached buildings rise on the... Continue

The County’s cannabis conundrum; kickstarting Cornerstone; ‘Chorus Line’ and more

Posted on February 13, 2019
The County’s cannabis conundrum; kickstarting Cornerstone; 'Chorus Line' and more

Sonoma County projected a budding new source of revenue when cannabis was legalized. But it hasn’t gone as planned, at least not... Continue

State Senator Dodd in Sonoma

Posted on February 12, 2019
State Senator Dodd in Sonoma

CA Senator Bill Dodd, whose 3rd District covers the city of Sonoma, comes to town for a February 19 breakfast hosted by The Rotary... Continue

Daytime assault at Sonoma’s Depot Park, suspect arrested

Posted on February 11, 2019
Daytime assault at Sonoma's Depot Park, suspect arrested

A Sonoma man was tracked down and arrested  after an alleged attack with a deadly weapon in Sonoma’s Depot Park. Seamus Glennon,... Continue