As a new administration promised relief, the Kovaks found a notice on the door of their Sonoma facility. It was a demand from his out-of-state landlord to pay $20,000 in back rent or vacate the premises in 72 hours.
A Sonoma man lost five members of his family, including all three of his young children in what he said was a blink of the eye.
The Stalls estimate they spent about $30,000 setting up the display, but they say it was well worth it.
The Sonoma Community Center will be providing more than 500 free Thanksgiving dinners to residents this year as part of its annual tradition, though this year, a drive-through service will be set up for the giveaway due to COVID-19 restrictions.
David Cook, 53, was taken into custody on Tuesday night and booked on suspicion of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor, said Sgt. Juan Valencia of the Sonoma County sheriff's office, which provides law enforcement services to Sonoma.
As of Monday morning, Cal Fire said 350,030 acres had burned and they had 22% of it contained. More than 1,000 structures have been either destroyed or damaged and 30,500 structures remained damaged.
As many as 1,000 people are participating in amateur drag races at Sonoma Raceway.
Wrestle with the growing spread of coronavirus, increased hospitalizations, ICU admissions and deaths, a lot of Californians are submitting to wanderlust.
A suspected noose found on the grounds of Sonoma Raceway is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Sonoma police were notified of the incident in the 100 block of East Macarthur Street about 4:30 p.m. and a K9 unit approaching the scene located the victim driving on Broadway.
The prepared meals are made in the kitchen of Ramekins Catering at 450 W. Spain St. and distributed at the nearby Vintage House Senior Center and General's Daughter restaurant.
The auto theft was reported to Sonoma police between 6 and 6:30 p.m. and sheriff's deputies spotted and pursued the vehicle, but called it off "due to the suspect's increasingly reckless driving behavior."
Wine country is not exempt from homeless issues.
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With expected heavy winds in wine country, Sonoma businesses are making sure locals have everything they need.
It was a night of much-needed laughter in Sonoma County Thursday night right in the heart of the fire zone and proceeds from the sell out event went to a good cause.
A list of fees, long lines for permits, and red tape have many families struggling to get back on their feet following the North Bay wildfires.
Sonoma County has released the 911 calls recorded the night and early morning the deadly North Bay fires broke out.
Here in this vineyard along the Napa-Sonoma county line, 500 people all sat at one table. They each paid $500 for a lunch, where all the proceeds are going to go to help victims of the north Bay fire storms.
Sonoma County is seeing a second wave of fire victims as renters are being evicted because their homes are now needed by the landlords.