January 17, 2019

RP Downtown project underway

  • Downtown project underway as of Tuesday morning Jan. 15, 2019 Demolishing of the old State Farm Insurance buildings began Tues. morning to make way for the new Rohnert Park downtown. Photo by Robert Grant

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ArtStart brings art to the RP Senior Center

ArtStart’s mission is to provide job training and mentoring by way of stimulating arts work experience for Sonoma County youth, while creating public art for the community.

CalFresh clients get Feb. benefits early

States all over the country have another reason to hope the shutdown is resolved soon.