With Restaurants Shuttered, Napa Farmer Sells Fresh Eggs Direct to PublicIf you live in the Bay Area and are still scrambling around looking for eggs at your local market, then you may need to start thinking outside the carton and head to the North Bay.
North Bay Grocery Store Shelves Refilled After Spate Of Coronavirus Panic BuyingAfter struggling with high demand and panic buying earlier in the week, on Thursday the shelves on some North Bay grocery stores appeared to be recovering.
North Bay Voters Put Brakes On Sales Tax Extension To Fund SMART Train ServiceOn Tuesday night, a measure to extend the quarter-cent sales tax funding the SMART commuter train only got about 50 percent of the vote. Measure I needed two-thirds of the vote to pass, so it was defeated.
Napa Voters To Decide On Tax Measure To Fund Parks And Open Spaces Voters throughout Napa County will vote in March on Measure K, a quarter-cent sales and use tax to preserve and maintain county parks and open space.
SMART To Offer 50 Percent Discount On Fares To Low-Income Riders In SpringThe Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District plans to offer a 50 percent discount on train fares for low-income adult riders starting this spring.
Phone Scam By Fake PG&E Employees Doubles In North Bay CountiesCriminals purporting to be PG&E employees are targeting North Bay and Northern California residents in a telephone scam, the utility said Monday.
Magnitude 3.3 Quake Strikes In Mountains West Of CobbA preliminary magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck in the mountains west of Cobb in the North Bay on Monday night, according to the U.S. Geological Service's earthquake map.
Car Plows Into Petaluma House, Displacing 8 ResidentsA woman driving a Honda smashed into the garage of a house Wednesday morning in northeast Petaluma, displacing eight residents, a fire captain said.
Approaching Storm Brings Rain Prep In The North BayFire crews are welcoming this first rain of the season but for others, this means a mad dash to get work done before the precipitation starts.
PG&E: High Wind Event Could Prompt Power Shutoffs In North Bay This WeekPG&E said Sunday that an expected high wind event Wednesday could prompt a Public Safety Power Shutoff for some customers in the North Bay, Sierra foothills and North Valley, but conditions remain fluid.
Paradise Ridge Winery Rebounds After Devastating 2017 Wine Country FiresRebuilding after a wildfire is a long, expensive process. Just ask the owners of Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa--it was decimated by the North Bay fires two years ago.
Smoke Damage Challenges North Bay Residents Returning Home After Kincade FireMost North Bay residents who fled the Kincade Fire returned to houses untouched by the flames, but the smoke damage is impacting far more people.
North Bay Community Builds Its Own 'Micro-Grids' In Case Of PG&E Wildfire BlackoutThe firestorms in the North Bay have added a lot of insecurity to California’s power grid and that’s leading many to build their own tiny power systems to keep from being left in the dark.
North Bay College First In CA To Offer Degree In Hemp CultivationSanta Rosa Junior College will become the first community college in the state next year to develop a certificate and degree program in the cultivation of hemp, a strain of sativa cannabis.
Overnight Testing Begins Along SMART Train's New Larkspur ExtensionIt is a relatively short extension for SMART, but a pretty significant leap for regional transit--the North’s Bay’s commuter rail system is about to reach Larkspur, and neighbors will soon start hearing it.