A plan to carve out more guest rooms inside a 19th-century mansion has received the thumbs-down from Napa city officials, amid blowback from homeowners fearful that a growing bed-and-breakfast
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The unemployment rate in Napa County was 3.5 percent in March, up from a revised 3.4 percent in February, and above the year-ago estimate of 3.2 percent, officials report.
A man stole a car in St. Helena, then tried to hide from police inside a Napa business, police say.
Tad Fuller, owner/general manager, Exertec Health & Fitness Center, announced Friday that the downtown Napa business will close April 30.
American Canyon is sticking with the Napa County Sheriff’s Office to provide law enforcement through at least June 30, 2022.
Bunny Foo Foo at Hall Winery in St. Helena is celebrating Easter with his own giant egg. The 35-foot tall, stainless steel rabbit, created by Lawrence Argent, has often appeared in holiday apparel,
A plan to build 50 apartment units near a Napa freeway has returned to City Hall virtually untouched from a proposal approved five years ago. But its road to becoming reality hit a pothole on
A Napa couple was arrested Wednesday for child endangerment when methamphetamine allegedly was found in a Napa residence where a three-month-old child was living, the Napa Special Investigations
Today is Friday, April 19. Today’s Highlight in History:
Read through the obituaries published in Napa Valley Publishing