Emily Charrier, Petaluma Argus

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Past articles by Emily:

Valentine’s Day house fire quickly snuffed out

A man was treated for smoke inhalation after the Sunday afternoon fire on Filedstone Lane. → Read More

Parents, students rally to open the schools

Holding handmade signs that read “Education over Fear” and “Distance Learning is not Learning,” about two-dozen parents and students of all ages gathered at Petaluma High School on Tuesday evening. They were frustrated by what they say has been a lack of response and guidance from the Petaluma City Schools District leadership team in making plans to get kids back to campus. “This is… → Read More

Community rushed to clean up Volpi’s after vandalism

A team of local business owners showed up in the rain to scrub the iconic restaurant clean of graffiti. → Read More

From Penngrove Elementary to Burning Man to Petaluma food writer

Houston Porter’s journey has been anything but a straight line, but it has been delicious. → Read More

Video: Petaluma’s Buckhorn Tavern in the 1940s or 1950s

Travel back in time with this nostalgic glimpse of one of Petaluma’s best loved watering holes. → Read More

‘No evidence’ of alleged kidnapping attempt at Petaluma Michael’s

Police say video shows no evidence after mommy blogger falsely accuses Petaluma couple of trying to grab her stroller. → Read More

Sprinklers, firefighters save Petaluma Creamery from flames

The blaze caused $25,000 in damage, and is under investigation. → Read More

Three injured after car drives into Palace of Fruit, starts fire

The blaze was put out by firefighters from Rancho Adobe and Petaluma. → Read More

'Tasting in the Dark’ with Hoby Wedler to benefit Earle Baum Center

Petaluman Hoby Wedler offers a new way to taste wine, all for a good cause. → Read More

From cooking on Mount Everest to Petaluma’s Everest Restaurant

Two Sherpa brothers bring the flavors of Nepal to Petaluma. → Read More

Remembering Three Cooks Cafe’s 60 years in Petaluma

The black and white Three Cooks Café sign that juts out over Petaluma Boulevard near the corner of Magnolia Avenue is all that remains of one of our city’s longest-running restaurant, which closed in 2013. It’s difficult to determine exactly when the restaurant opened. “No one seems to be sure how long the café has existed under the Three Cooks name, although it has apparently been called that… → Read More

3 places to find salad bars in Petaluma

With the hot weather comes an uptick in salad consumption. → Read More

Cincera’s Italian was a Petaluma staple in the 1950s

Historic Eats: Photos and stories of Petaluma’s foodie past → Read More

More rain pelts Petaluma, slows commute, fills reservoirs

February saw record rainfall, when more than 9 inches fell → Read More

A Valentine’s Day ode to our lost Petaluma restaurant loves

Here’s to the good ones we lost too soon, one delicious memory at a time → Read More

From Purity to Food City to Petaluma Market at the corner of Western and Keller

Looking back at some of our long lost eatiers, food purveyors and markets → Read More

50 years of Henny Penny includes two bomb scares, a few hold ups, a shooting and a stabbing

Some of the more unusual moments in this iconic restaurant’s history → Read More

3 holiday adult beverages to try in Petaluma

For when you need a libation while shopping downtown this month. → Read More

Pearl in Petaluma has banned tipping in favor of living wage

Joins growing number of restaurant owners who want to do away with the practice. → Read More

St. Anthony’s Farm near Petaluma fed the hungry and fought substance abuse for 53 years

St. Anthony’s Farm took an unconventional approach to helping those in need → Read More