Mayor of Widsor and Chair of the Board for SMART, Deb Fudge, joins us to talk about the up coming free preview.
Becoming Independent CEO Luana Vaetoe, joins us to talk about Becoming Independent staffing concession stands on the SMART train.
The movie is called “The Long Night,” and the free screening is tonight in Petaluma. It’s presented by the Polly Klaas Foundation. “The Long Night” will be presented at 6:30 tonight at the Community Center in Petaluma,
Just in time for summer travel, the average price of a gallon regular gas in Sonoma County is below three dollars. GasBuddy reports prices at pumps in Santa Rosa ranged from two-dollars-and-75 cents to three-dollars-and-29 cents per
Governor Brown’s 16-billion dollar water tunnels project is one step closer to becoming reality. The National Marine Fisheries Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service yesterday gave their approval to the tunnel system that would send
Sonoma County commuters, be advised: Bridge tolls on the Golden Gate Bridge are going up. Starting next Monday, July 3rd, the toll will go up at least 25 cents, from seven dollars and 50 cents to seven-75
SMART Train will be offering preview rides to the public starting this week. This comes after thousands of potential riders gave their feedback over social media on when and where they would like preview rides. On Thursday,
Police are investigating after two credit card skimmers were found in pumps at a Sebastopol gas station. Sebastopol police said over the weekend the small electronic devices used to steal credit card information were found at the
Five motorists are facing multiple charges each after arrests are made at an illegal “sideshow” in Santa Rosa. Police set up cameras over the weekend to crack down on people gathering in the Santa Rosa Marketplace on
Cal Fire is suspending outdoor burn permits in five Bay Area counties because the fire danger is too high. Starting next weekend, Cal Fire will stop issuing outdoor burn permits in Sonoma, Marin, San Mateo, Solano, and