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September 29, 2023

Beekeepers Sway County to Change Policy

At the Aug. 7 meeting of the Healdsburg City Council, the first five speakers in the open public comment period had a common topic:...

Amy’s Wicked Slush to Close Memorial Beach Shop

Amy Covin, who parlayed a life-long affection for Boston-style “slush”—a fruity ice confection with drizzles, sprinkles and playful attitude—into a Healdsburg dessert destination, announced...

Fitch Mountain Projects Underway

Day hikers, fitness buffs and dog walkers may find one of their most challenging walks off limits for the next two or three months,...

Hispanic Vintners Celebrate Harvest at Bacchus

Since its opening two years ago, in July 2021, Bacchus Landing has become recognized as a prime place to hold larger events in Healdsburg,...

July Ends With North Village Fire

On Monday afternoon, the last day of July, multiple fire agencies responded to a vegetation fire that spread from the North Village development north...

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.

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.

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.

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.