With a new building and an upcoming bicycle ride fund-raiser, Petaluma's Salvation Army prepares for clients' growing needs.
Petaluma offers a range of golfing opportunities at reasonable prices.
Her Petaluma classes are filled primarily with middle-aged women who want to learn the dance of the soul.
Petaluma activist has spent the past 40 years sharing black history and culture with her community.
When tattoo artist Jimmy Bruce saw a chance to buy into a state-of-the-art tattoo parlor, he sold his prized Camaro for the money.
Paul Pratzel follows in family footsteps as he keeps Praetzel Fine Furniture afloat during trying times.
After three years as Chief of Police and 23 years with the department, Danny Fish has weathered his share of budget fluctuations. But when funding for his pet project disappeared three years ago, he fought back.
By SHELDON BERMONT / Petaluma Towns Correspondent Jungle Vibes, Wayne Morgenthaler's anti-corporate toy store and children’s mecca, is closing for good on Sunday, Feb. 12. Morgenthaler, a former building contractor, political activist, interior designer and Renaissance man, opened his store in 1994. Now 63, he is selling off the last of his inventory and display cases, [...]
Get your tickets ASAP for a rockin' R&B New Year’s Eve at the McNear's Mystic Theatre with the Tommy Castro Band. It’ll be the last Mystic NYE performance with current band lineup, including veteran member and pistol-hot tenor sax man, Keith Crosan. The band will shake the stage one more time before Castro hires new [...]