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December 5, 2022

Festival Celebrates Local Artists

The Healdsburg Arts Festival, an anchor summer event at the city’s Plaza for over a decade, returns after a challenging two-year hiatus for three...

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.

Jittery Jazz Style Returns to Healdsburg

Gypsy jazz is a category all its own, and one that has become familiar to Healdsburg audiences over the recent years. There are several...

Designs on Healdsburg Living

Ever since the American Institute of Architects (AIA) came to Healdsburg, the town has turned increasingly self-reflective, attentive to its brand in a way...

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...

Now more than ever, Sonoma County youth are struggling with mental health

As more and more youth experience negative mental health impacts fueled by years of natural disasters and a pandemic, local school counselors and mental...

With Three Open Seats, Majority of Council is Up for Grabs

There has never been a better time for local residents to think about participating in local democracy.  In the Nov. 8 general election, three Healdsburg...

The Arts Conquer Healdsburg

In what can only be described as a big win for the hometown team, the three-day Healdsburg Arts Festival attracted over 1,000 people to...

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...

Second county resident tests presumptive positive for COVID-19

The County of Sonoma announced Thursday morning, March 5, that a second presumptive positive case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the county. COVID-19 is a novel strain of coronavirus.