June 23, 2018

Expo honors and remembers local vets

  • Margaret Patrizi, Mary Lou Loustalot, Rose Howak, Maura Mooney and Emily Sousa, all veterans, are standing below the banner of the Redwood Empire Military Women Unit # 77 during the veteran's appreciation expo held Saturday at the Cotati Veteran's Building. Irene Hilsendager

If you wish to learn more about this event and would like to participate in the next, contact Bob Stewart

 

Correction:

In last week’s Rohnert Park City Council article – “RP will extend contract with Recology despite rocky start,” The Voice reported that the five-year extension...

Sonoma County elder abuse on the rise, RP reports still high

Yet in a county where residents over the age of 60 make up 20 percent of the population and with an expectation for that number to grow to 25 percent by 2030, elder abuse may become even more prevalent.

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Sports

Small town local gets drafted in MLB

Ryan is gone now from Rohnert Park, starting his new life with the Pirates in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.

Magnified

RP nonprofit changes up the model for giving back to those in need

“What is unique about Global Partners for Development is that the ideas we try to get up are not our own. The ideas come from local people who understand their needs… and it has been pretty successful so far,” says Amy Holter, director of programs and evaluation.

Community

Community Events Calendar June 22, 2018 through July 5, 2018

Events June 22, 2018 through July 5, 2018

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