More than 1,000 first-to-third graders from 18 elementary schools throughout the county packed the livestock barn at the Napa Valley Expo for Ag Day.
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The quieter half of Garfield Park should remain just that: quiet.
Cliff DeLacy, a NASA volunteer, Solar System Ambassador and astronomer, will discuss the sun and the effect of solar storms Saturday at Skyline Wilderness Park, 2201 Imola Ave., Napa, from noon
Discussions about building housing on Napa Valley College’s empty northwest corner have bubbled up and ebbed for more than a decade. But the school’s superintendent hopes to put those
Wellness Centers will open next week on the campuses of Silverado and Redwood middle schools to provide students greater access to health and wellness services.
On Monday, local developer and broker Jim Keller got the keys to his newest commercial real estate purchase.
Today is Friday, March 10. Today’s Highlight in History:
A 40-year-old Vallejo man was arrested in American Canyon on Wednesday morning after allegedly grabbing a woman’s dog and threatening to kill it, according to American Canyon Police.
The 84-year-old man who was reported missing on Wednesday afternoon was found before the end of the night, according to Napa Police.
More than 1,000 first-to-third graders from 18 elementary schools throughout the county packed the livestock barn at the Napa Valley Expo Thursday morning for Ag Day.