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July 23, 2024

Meet the New Adel’s: Healdsburg Diner to Reopen Soon

On top of last-minute permitting issues, it has been a wildly hectic week at Pepper’s, according to Haidar—full of scheduling staff shifts, ordering food and supplies, and getting everything ready for opening day - which could come as early as May 31.

Man Jailed After Evading Fitch Mountain Search

A Healdsburg man who evaded law enforcement on Sunday afternoon, March 3, was hiding in the thickets of Fitch Mountain, but he was arrested and jailed on Monday in Santa Rosa.

Futuristic ‘Popup Village’ Plans Summer Residency in Healdsburg

Heads up: Healdsburg will likely look and feel a lot different for the whole month of June. More than usual, we may hear crypto words...

Tasting Room Closing Ending Area’s Longest Run

Simi Winery, whose signature wine-barrel tasting room was a landmark on Old Redwood Highway when it served as 101 North, will close its tasting...

Campaign for Assembly Gets Down and Dirty

In early February, about the time vote-by-mail ballots began arriving at registered voters’ homes, political mailers began appearing as well—glossy, eye-catching, attention-grabbing, oversized postcards. Most promoted their candidate of choice, but some erupted into hit advertising through direct mail and targeted video.

Records for Assembly Candidates Show Where the Money Comes From

Campaign donation and expenditure figures for five of the seven candidates for State Assembly District 2 were released recently, demonstrating that some candidates rely...

Local At-Risk Woman Found Deceased

A weeks-long search for missing Geyserville resident Michele Paul, an 81-year-old woman with “cognitive issues,” ended tragically Monday afternoon when she was found dead...

Mill District Hotel Gets the Buzzsaw Treatment

The Mill District in Healdsburg is a 9.6-acre development featuring 43 luxury condominiums and a 53-key hotel, but the design of the hotel was met with mixed reviews from the Planning Commission.

Sonic Brings High-Speed Internet to Healdsburg

Three white utility trucks spread out through Healdsburg’s residential streets last week, stopping to send a lineman up in the basket for a few-minute...

Foppiano Winery Sold to Graton’s Martin Ray

In 1926, Foppiano Wines was forced by Prohibition revenue agents to discard 140,000 gallons of red wine into a ditch next to the highway, where the current winery is located. From there, it flowed into a nearby creek and then into the Russian River—but not before locals scooped up buckets full of the illegal beverage...