May 26, 2017

The annual Avenue of Flags May 29 at RP Community Center

The Rohnert Park Community Chorale, directed by Karen Ball, will sing and a solo trumpet or another special arrangement will close out the ceremonies.

 

SSU commencement; one for the history books

Sonoma State University’s Judy Sakaki, who is the second female president in the school’s 55-year history and the first and only Japanese American female president in the CSU system, congratulates Rohnert Park resident and Rancho Cotate High School Alumni Gregory Robert Conner for earning his Bachelor Degree with a Major in Sociology.
Photo by Robert Grant

Problem reaching AT&T last weekend?

AT&T workers in Rohnert Park were joining the nationwide strike to show solidarity with their colleagues and try to bring an end to the 14 month stretch of time that they’ve been working without a new contract. 

 

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>> During Rohnert Park City Council meeting protestors unexpectedly take center stage >> Vehicle pursuit ends with arrest of 14-year-old >> Ex RP public safety officer pleads no contest to sex offenses >> Rancho 2017 top 20 >> Great turnout for RPPSOA pancake breakfast to help Project Grad >> Gabriella stole the show >> Town Hall meeting >> Sheriff's office releases details on SSU officer involved shooting >> A true celebration of ‘Cinco de Mayo’ >> Project Grad help in full swing >> Richard Crane Elementary School >> Suspect arrested after evading a Cotati Peace Officer >> Emiri Nomura awarded scholarship >> Shopping carts ran amok in Cotati last Saturday >> Ricardo Oliva receives ‘Coach of the year’ for the Northern District >> Sonoma State University equestrians jump with joy on their way to Kentucky >> Double Decker Lanes hosts the QubicaAMF >> Boys and Girl Club employee arrested for child endangerment >> Armed suspect arrested after resistance >> RP girl accosted while walking to school >> And they're off. . . >> Saddle Up and Ride >> Community quickly rallies for Project Grad >> Cotati opposes SB 618 >> Rohnert Park City Council to host Town Hall meeting on May 3 >> Graton Tribe makes good on payments >> Auto burglar arrested by Cotati Police >> A bit of Uganda >> A mission to help >> RP to replace old trees >> Engineering with Legos at the Ray Miller Community room >> Bunkers at Foxtail set for repairs >> RP man arrested for attempted murder >> CRPUSD OKs two contracts >> Credo gets used to new digs at SMV >> Golf Course Drive Crossing concerns may delay SMART train ‘Quiet Zones’ >> Man busted for DUI after crashing into tree in RP >> New hands bring subtle changes to Sharing of the Green fundraiser >> A traditional dance of Japan >> Shameful time in history >> RP rejects new self-storage facilities >> Survey Says: Rohnert Park Residents Love City, but not Traffic >> Council amends UDSP >> Body of missing woman found >> RAFD names part-time fire chief >> KRCB garners huge windfall from FCC auction >> Missing Penngrove woman's body found in Marin County >> Bunfest was hopping with bunny lovers >> Nonn expected to sue CRPUSD >> Credo crew marches to new home >> Cotati delays vote on Valparaiso >> The Voice enters into 25th year >> Cotati-reviews midyear budget >> Two RP Parks getting upgrades >> A new look for SSU gym >> RP man reported missing >> Padre Town Center changes hands >> Sonoma County to take a look at immigration issue >> Bomb scare closes RCHS >> Local Tech High student chosen for Scholars program >> RP to conduct survey >> Man arrested after high-speed chase through 3 cities >> RP makes changes to city code for ADUs >> Man gets 11 years in prison for RP knife attack >> Man who led chase into SF caught >> Treasurer for Rancho Cotate High Project Grad Arrested for Embezzlement >> A crab feast at Community Center >> Taking a pie in her grill >> RP man busted for possession of meth >> Cotati OKs water, sewer rate study >> RP votes to regulate vaping >> CRPUSD schools now a safe haven for immigrant students >> RP adds seven to public safety >> Cotati votes to host shopping cart race >> Man arrested for attempted murder >> Defibrillators proving to be invaluable assets >> Artists ready for art show at library >> Reilani Peleti >> Corrections >> Suspected explosive device at RCHS >> Seventh-graders in local schools to be taught CPR >> Voice issues apology to school board, superintendent >> RP man arrested on drug possession charges

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The Sitting Room celebrates a special Memorial Day for women authors

The Sitting Room has events, workshops and readings nearly every week. If you’re looking for something unique to do in Penngrove that won’t cost you a thing, stop by at any time to see what’s happening. 

 

Community

Community Events Calendar May 19, 2017 through June 1, 2017

Events May 19, 2017 through June 1, 2017

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Will the high gas prices affect your summer travel plans?
Yes, somewhat.
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Maybe, will think about it.