What’s Happening ~ Local Sonoma Valley News

Archives



Give Valley residents what they need to survive crisis

Posted on April 3, 2020
Give Valley residents what they need to survive crisis

The Sonoma Valley Housing Group believes every effort should be made to provide every individual and family in the Valley what... Continue

The return of the Victory Garden

Posted on April 3, 2020
The return of the Victory Garden

In World Wars 1 and II, the at-home Victory Garden was a way to secure healthy, often scare food. Now, in the era of social distancing,... Continue

Delivering a kindness

Posted on April 2, 2020
Delivering a kindness

In the age of shelter-in-place, thank goodness for home delivery. To thank the folks that bring what she needs to her home, Jackie... Continue

‘Heartening moments of unity and partnership’

Posted on April 2, 2020
'Heartening moments of unity and partnership'

Kathy King, executive director, Sonoma Overnight Support, shares a message of gratitude: In moments of crisis, we cannot help but... Continue

23 Sonoma Valley nonprofits to share Impact100 Sonoma’s $300k grant pool

Posted on April 1, 2020
23 Sonoma Valley nonprofits to share Impact100 Sonoma's $300k grant pool

In response to the effects of the coronavirus on Sonoma Valley, Impact100 Sonoma, a local women’s collective grantmaking organization,... Continue

Sonoma man, 91, safe after going missing for 24 hours

Posted on April 1, 2020
Sonoma man, 91, safe after going missing for 24 hours

  The 91-year-old Sonoma man who went missing Tuesday morning has been found safe today in Placer County, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s... Continue

The playbook for getting public money out of private prisons and other moral hazards

Posted on April 1, 2020
The playbook for getting public money out of private prisons and other moral hazards

By Chris Petlock   There is a movement across the country asking government agencies to adopt policies that divest public funds... Continue

Parenting in the time of Coronavirus 

Posted on April 1, 2020
Parenting in the time of Coronavirus 

‘Our kids have not had a normal school year in the last three years… leaving them feeling anxious and looking to the adults... Continue

Rotary Club raffle winner lands $10k prize

Posted on March 30, 2020
Rotary Club raffle winner lands $10k prize

Wayne Schake (right), uses a fisherman’s net to collect the check representing his grandson’s Luck o’ the Irish... Continue

A list of Sonoma Valley to-go food options

Posted on March 30, 2020
A list of Sonoma Valley to-go food options

Many Sonoma Valley restaurants have adapted to the mandated C-19 closure by offering curbside service and increased to-go options.... Continue


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!