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September 22, 2023

Valleys host friendly competition to collect Toys for Tots

Area wineries collected over 2,000 pounds of toys

Healdsburg Police Logs: Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 2021


CalFire feeling ‘cautiously optimistic’ about progress

Updated Wednesday, Aug. 26, 7:30 a.m. —

Windsor council to review redistricting maps at Jan. 24 special meeting

Windsor’s redistricting process has produced three map options for review.

Guerneville’s sesquicentennial plans doused by coronavirus

Former Stumptown first named Guerneville in 1870 with first post office

The race to dissolve the Palm Drive district

Frustrated by the health district’s slow pace of dissolution and its continued spending on community health projects, petitioners redouble their efforts

Dogs big and small show off Howl-O-Ween spirit at annual parade

Photos Katherine Minkiewicz 

Community Briefs

City launching weekly newsletter

Businesses adopt survival tactics during downtown construction

To restless commuters, Healdsburg Avenue’s improvements promise an end to long backups at traffic lights. It is nearly impossible to work, live or travel into town without confronting the buildup of the single five-way intersection of Mill, Vine and Healdsburg Avenue. With construction starting last week, an upgrade to city infrastructure is past due.

Lessons learned from Fitch fire

Though there are areas for improvement, the general response to the brush fire on Fitch Mountain Aug. 20 was good, according to several involved.