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April 20, 2024

Police Log, March 11 – 17

A burglary occurred either March 15 or March 16 at Giorgio’s Restaurant on Grant Avenue. An office window and side window were shattered and the basement broken into. It appeared nothing was taken. Items were on the floor and possibly a bottle of tequila was consumed.

Windsor Roundabout Wins National Award

The Town of Windsor was declared a winner in a national engineering awards competition for its own roundabout bisected by the SMART rail.

Ruse Sues the City Over Code Enforcement Violation

“The Notice of Violation was prompted by multiple factors including anonymous complaints and social media posts by The Ruse promoting selling memberships for a club component for non-registered guests," said Police Chief Matt Jenkins.

Healdsburg Hunts for New Football Coach, Principal

Healdsburg High School is once again searching for a new football coach, following an off-season disagreement between Randy Parmeter and the school’s athletic director, Joshua Cavanagh.

Police Log, March 4 – March 10

1:14pm Petty theft occurred at Goodwill Industries on Healdsburg Avenue. The subject left the store with a huge bag of clothes and wearing clothing from the store. The subject was pushing a shopping cart. Officers located the suspect and arrested a...

‘Top o’ the Morning to You!’ Sunday’s Pre-Dawn Parade

For some reason, Healdsburg has become known for its St. Patrick’s Day parade. If it’s not the best, then certainly it’s the earliest. Starting...

City Asks Residents for Their Spending Priorities

“The goal of the budget survey is to engage the public and get their feedback on city funding priorities,” said Katie Edgar, Healdsburg's finance director.

Police Log, Feb. 26 – March 3

Unknown liquids, copper wire, fraudulent PlayStations and stolen Airpods among the violations reported this week by Healdsburg Police.

Rogers Increases Lead in Assembly Race, But…

It's still almost a month away to the final date for official certification, but fewer races are undecided than they were at first. Among them: Chris Rogers has increased his lead over Rusty Hicks for Assembly District 2, the North Coast.

Rogers Holds Edge in Assembly Election

Both Prop. 1 and the Democratic candidate for Assembly District 2 will likely go down to the wire, and not be officially certified for another five weeks.
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