Time to put on your yellow and white gear and turn out for Butter and Egg Days.
We’re going to explore the last local remnants of the horse-drawn era, a time of livery stables and farriers, horseshoers and ostlers. A time of hitching posts and carriage blocks.
Michael Globensky has been flying hang-gliders and small motorized craft for 40 years
COTS spells salvation to people on the brink -- including its new manager.
Bill McCarter opened his 'Electric Hatchery' in 1927 at 5701 Old Redwood Highway in Penngrove. Today, it is an official Sonoma County Landmark.
Students from The O'Brien Center will perform the full-length ballet based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale as part of a dancers' showcase.
A series on living with diabetes starts this week, along with a presentation on value creation at the Science Buzz Cafe, a 35th anniversary benefit for PEP Housing, the Old Adobe's Living History Day, the Great Petaluma Chili Cook-off, Salsa and Beer Tasting, a chance to go in-depth at Shollenberger Park and the Friends of the Petaluma Library's spring book sale.
Take a look back at what was happening in Petaluma a century ago.
Casa Grande High School student Jhordy Gongora was one of 10 Sonoma County High School seniors honored Wednesday, May 1 at the Press Democrat’s 25th annual Community Youth Service Awards. Students were chosen for their leadership and community contributions. Gongora, a member of the Petaluma Youth Commission, has been dancing with Chan Kahal, a Yucatecan [...]
Nick Wilkinson of Santa Rosa snagged a 15-pound, 30-inch striped bass in the Petaluma River.