Tech High students protest student, teacher dismissals

For two consecutive school days, students at Technology High School stood together, rather than go to class, in protest of the suspension of two of their classmates and the administrative leave of science teacher Drew Kempiak. 

“We’re a science and technology based school; we’ve already lost one science teacher this year, why do they need to take another away from us?”... Read More

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RP City Council advises on M-section parking
By Kayla Webster

Approximately five community members came to speak on an issue plaguing Mandolin Way, and the majority of M-section—parking. These particular residents live on Mandolin and have concerns about neighborhood safety and the quality of... Read More

Council addresses infrastructure repairs at Town Hall
By Kayla Webster

By Kayla Webster

While it may not have had as great a turnout as prior meetings, approximately 100 residents gathered in the Community Center on Wednesday, April 20 to address the Rohnert Park... Read More

4Cs Pre-school enrollment for 2016/17 school year

4Cs Pre-school enrollment for 2016/17 school year

The Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County (4Cs) is expanding services to two new locations this Fall, resulting in 665 available preschool slots for 2016/17... Read More

Sonoma County Veterans needs your help

A Chili Crock-pot contest and car show will be held Saturday April 30 from 1 to 4 pm at the Petaluma Veterans Memorial Hall, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. S. Petaluma.

Over 60 vets have... Read More

RP officers encounter subject wanted for homicide
By Kayla Webster

The morning of Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 8:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Exchange Bank parking lot, located on Commerce Blvd. for a citizen’s report of a suspicious vehicle. Arriving on scene, the... Read More

Elderly workshop in Petaluma

The Fabulous Women’s Group of Petaluma is holding a workshop that will address the concerns related to elderly care and the emotional changes that may affect the entire family.

This inspired workshop will... Read More

High pursuit police chase in RP
By Kayla Webster

A driver in a blue Ford Explorer managed to evade police in a high-speed chase throughout the community the night of Thursday, Feb. 25 around 8 p.m. Officer Nick Brys of the Rohnert Park... Read More

Cotati Measure G expenditures in compliance


The independent Measure G Citizens Oversight Committee reviewed the Measure G Annual Report for FY 2014-15, and found that the “...program expenditures were in full compliance with the intent and letter of... Read More

Vehicle overturned on 101
By Kayla Webster

City of Rohnert Park now hiring summer positions


The Rohnert Park Community Services Department is recruiting for life guards, summer camp leaders, facility attendants and score keepers for the upcoming summer season. The city is looking for enthusiastic public service... Read More

Tom Duryea resigns from Summit State Bank; James Brush appointed new President and CEO
By Submitted by Summit State Bank

President and CEO, Tom Duryea announced his resignation on Monday.  

Duryea assumed the role of President and CEO in February 2008 and transformed the Bank from a Savings and Loan to a... Read More