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December 4, 2022

Goodbye, Mr. Pinot

Joe Rochioli was one of those people whose chosen trade had an impact far beyond his friends, his family or the town in which...

Healdsburg Goes Big on Independence Day

The nation’s Independence Day is celebrated on Monday, July 4, and like many communities, Healdsburg plans a party.  A morning duck race will be held...

Local canceled or postponed events

As precautionary measure surrounding the coronavirus epidemic, many local events, from public meetings to festivals have been canceled or postponed in recent days due to the potential health risks of hosting large groups of people in confined spaces.

Sonoma County residents ordered to shelter in place

Sonoma County health officer Sundari Mase has issued a health order directing residents to shelter in place effective at midnight (12 a.m.) on Wednesday, March 18. This health order will be in place for three weeks until April 7. The health order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most basic and essential needs.

Sax and the Burg

Saxophone sounds filled the spacious twin Quonset hut space at 222 Healdsburg Ave. last weekend, while an audience of just under 100 listened to...
Members of the Healdsburg Police Department who participated in the June 2022 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. From left, Angel Rodriguez, Lt. Luis Rodriguez, Chief Matt Jenkins with torch, and Officer Nick Doherty.

Special Olympics Torch Travels Through Town

Early on the morning of the longest day of the year, June 21, residents of Cloverdale noticed an unusual  police escort for some runners...

Corazón Healdsburg events coming soon

Corazón Healdsburg has been actively working to put the Latinx community in Healdsburg and surrounding areas to the front. Among its many resources and...

Former Tribune publisher/owner celebrates 100th birthday

Milestone birthday — Arnold Santucci, a former owner, publisher and editor of The Healdsburg Tribune, celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 11 at St. Paul’s Church.

Monarch Project Lands in Healdsburg

A complex, densely packed mural of the immigrant experience—the hands that pick the crops, the wheels that drive them, butterflies escaping everywhere—will be officially...

Healdsburg Fire Marshal-Division Chief Linda Collister to retire in May

Healdsburg Fire Marshal-Division Chief Linda Collister, a champion of fire prevention and preparedness, a well-respected figure in the community and a mainstay of the...