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Supervisors launch ’Office of Equity’

Disproportionate COVID infection rates among POC motivates board to take action. → Read More

Real estate market ‘booming,’ say agents

Customers are lining up to refinance and buy at Jennifer Brown’s office on Broadway, where business is booming. → Read More

The bright side of pandemic?

Less traffic, more time, and no need for lipstick beneath a facemask. → Read More

County urges all residents to get tested for COVID-19

Miss life as you knew it? Go get a test. → Read More

Sonoma wedding industry faces COVID crisis

Planned to say ’I do’ this summer? The coronavirus says maybe you don’t. → Read More

Sonoma’s annual slurry seal project underway

Work to smooth surfaces includes four street segments and an extended bike route. → Read More

Sonoma reopens, but cautiously

As locals run out for a meal and a haircut, some residents are taking the cautious approach → Read More

PG&E shores up its grid for fire season

Hardened lines, microgrids, and plands to shorten PSPSs → Read More

Sonoma Valley Authors Festival to be virtual this year

But it’s full steam ahead and business as usual for 2021. → Read More

Sonoma youth demand change

‘I can’t breathe!’ ‘Say his name!’ George Floyd is memorialized at two rallies. → Read More

Dead giveaway: IRS sending stimulus checks to deceased

Relatives unsure whether to return them or ‘have a little party’... → Read More

Sonoma's Jamie Love excavates a closet finds correspondence from 1918

Sonoma Arts Live director Jaime Love unearthed some old letters while cleaning a closet recently, from a long-ago uncle who survived a world war and a pandemic. → Read More

‘Quarantine fatigue’ leads some Sonomans to flout shelter ordinance

‘Stay home? Nah. Rules are for other people.’ It’s not true if you get a citation for violating the county health ordinance. → Read More

‘Hang together or die alone’: AA members cope with quarantine

For recovering alcoholics, isolation could foment a different disease. → Read More

Sonoma’s ‘going on a bear hunt’

Residents turn mind-numbing kids song into social-distancing family fun. → Read More

Stir crazy? Pull up a couch, say Sonoma therapists

Psychotherapy tips in the age of pandemic. → Read More

Go.Do.Now. in Sonoma (coronavirus edition, week 3)

Lend a hand, pop some corn, call a stranger, and get smart. → Read More

Isolated neighbors stay connected through sidewalk chalk art

Sidewalk chalk art is popping up all over town, part of a national campaign to shine light in a season darkened by COVID-19. “It’s meant to uplift and inspire people as they walk by,” said Lisa Zigante, who spent a recent Saturday with her teenaged daughter, Katie, chalking hearts and lotus flowers on the driveway of a wheelchair-bound neighbor. “We enjoyed getting out of the house,” Zigante… → Read More

Emergency blood supply in Sonoma limited by coronavirus

Thousands of collection drives canceled; supply stable at SVH. → Read More

Sonoma families confront extended school closures

With the kids home from school, how will mom and dad work? How will the children learn? → Read More