The shape of Napa’s housing, business and transportation in decades to come is the subject of “Urban Renaissance Napa: 2040,” a city-sponsored seminar scheduled for Friday afternoon.
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While hauling a tourist couple from St. Helena to Napa on Saturday afternoon, an Uber driver said he was attacked by a drunken passenger who cursed at him and threatened to kill him because of his
A new crop of Napa County nonprofit organizations has been selected to participate in Napa Valley CanDo’s sixth edition of the Napa Valley Give!Guide.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley and the Napa Valley Unified School District are working to ensure that needy kids don’t go hungry while schools are out for summer.
A 33-year-old Napa man was arrested by Napa Police after his partner reported being attacked on Saturday night in their bedroom.
The Napa County District Attorney’ Office has joined a consumer protection action against two businesses that sell toddler formula, Graceleigh and Nutraceutical, due to the discovery of
The Napa Valley Transportation Authority is encouraging locals to ride Vine transit on Thursday as part of the 13th annual National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday.
A man who had been drinking was found bleeding and wandering the street near Lena Drive at 10:21 p.m. Friday, American Canyon Police reported.
Construction continues in south Napa on hundreds of new apartments at Vista Tulocay, new auto dealerships, more commercial space, the Stoddard West low income housing complex, OLE Health’s new