Book launch party for Petaluma icon is Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Hopmonk Tavern.
Petaluma author Carol Treacy draws on her own experiences in new novel.
In 1990s, SSU professor designed his First Street home with industrial feel, in contrast to trends.
With landmark for sale, historian Katherine Rinehart nominates it for 'most endangered' list.
Gordon Swenson's shearing skills paid for the family farm and opened some surprising doors.
From The Doll Mercantile at 1510 Bodega Ave., Colleen Richardson brings family heirlooms back to life and makes new versions of antique favorites.
'Tonight a tree crew is chainsawing the grove of the heron and egret rookery. I suspect that the entire grove will be leveled by morning.'
See your neighbors' decorations in this photo gallery.
Healdsburg-based artist Richard Sheppard sketches a landmark near Petaluma.
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