Leah Gold's resignation comes two weeks after she and the majority of her City Council colleagues declined to have a formal discussion about police use of force policies amid the ongoing national push for an end to police brutality and racism.
Healdsburg, in the heart of Sonoma County's wine country, has about 12,000 residents. It's not known for crime or heavy-handed policing.
Given the $600,000 funding limit, the number of available loans the city can offer depends on the number of businesses that apply.
Elena Halvorsen is offering to take pictures of families who are sheltering in place because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Healdsburg School closed Monday when school officials learned Sunday evening that an adult member of the community was exposed to someone with a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
With one big atmospheric river behind them and a very wet cold front about to hit, people in the Kincade Fire burn areas are pretty well set for what's coming, especially overnight Friday into Saturday.
Tom Vacar reports from Healdsburg.
Jimtown is the only place in the valley where you can get good food, house wares, toys, antiques or just friendly conversation in one place.
Open since the 1890s, the Jimtown Store will close on December 30, 2019. Rob Roth reports.
KTVU the 9 broadcasting live from Healdsburg, Windsor and Sonoma
Government agencies and nonprofits will be on hand to answer questions, and offer resources, county officials said. The center will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Cal Fire reports there are 79 structures including 31 homes so far destroyed in the Kincade Fire not including this home in Healdsburg. Sara Zendehnam reports
The 150 year-old winery burned early Sunday morning as the Kincade fire grew to 30,000 acres
Soda Rock Winery, a landmark in the Alexander Valley since 1869, was engulfed in flames Sunday morning, as high winds fueled the Kincade Fire, pushing the flames west toward Healdsburg.
Soda Rock Winery in Healdsburg was fully engulfed in flames as winds spread the Kincade Fire Sunday morning
50,000 people from Geyserville, Windsor and Healdsburg are told to evacuate immediately as the Kincade fire rages out of control
Crush pads across wine country have been humming since August, with grapes moving from field to fermenting and eventually to barrels and bottles, but Wednesday after midnight, that stopped.
Some of the last remaining areas to have power restored were farmland, including Sonoma and Napa County vineyards. Debora Villalon reports.
A reward is being offered for the return of an 800 pound sculpture of a giant hammer in Healdsburg.
The Sonoma County town of Healdsburg is buzzing about a nocturnal visitor in the form of a black bear spotted wandering around downtown for more than an hour!