Two top Democrats in the California Legislature find fault with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order temporarily protecting tenants during the pandemic.
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The old way of doing business at the DMV, by crowding people elbow to elbow for hours is not only unsafe, it’s often often unnecessary in the online world.
Californians as a whole have done a good job social distancing, government officials say with some data backing that up.
Californians voted to ban single-use plastic bags. That was behind the current pandemic.
As locals scramble to find eggs in stock at grocery stores, some egg lovers are turning to farms.
The Register wants to hear from people facing financial difficulty because of COVID-19 restrictions.
Napa County’s number of COVID-19 infections held steady at 18, officials said Thursday morning.
American Canyon resident Marylou Armer, a Santa Rosa police officer, remembered by associates.
Napa County’s public schools will rely on remote learning through the end of the school year.
Yountville’s Thomas Keller joined other chefs in asking Trump for insurance coverage for losses.