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The future home of Napa's city government may be an edifice on downtown First Street in metal, glass, wood and concrete, with two halves set... [Read More]
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Five years after leaving the Napa City Council, Jim Krider is back for an encore – but not for a run at the ballot box. [Read More]
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The owner of the Vintage at Napa seniors' apartment complex has the city's go-ahead for a bond issue that will pay for renovations at the... [Read More]
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The next member of the Napa City Council will be an old hand at the job. Tuesday night, its members will decide who that old... [Read More]
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The culinary arts were on display Sunday morning at Napa's showcase to food and wine. But so was the message of a documentary from the... [Read More]
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As California moves close to the Jan. 1 start of legal use of recreational marijuana, there will be no sales in Yountville, or outdoor cultivation... [Read More]
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As Napa leaders try to create a brighter first impression for those driving into the city, their attention is turning first to a busy south-side... [Read More]
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Stamped bits of metal identify the men and women working to defend their country. By next summer, giant-size versions of those dog tags will become... [Read More]
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Yountville leaders were poised on Tuesday to order the founder of an Old Town restaurant to replace lettering that was removed from its historic storefront... [Read More]
The Napa City Council on Tuesday cleared the way for a series of rate increases for local water customers, though not without a final volley... [Read More]
This year, at last, the time was right for Saanen Kerson. [Read More]
The Napa Valley is nearing one month since wildfires destroyed hundreds of homes and killed more than 40 people in the North Bay. But on... [Read More]
Napa officials will learn whether the city has the go-ahead to raise the price of water delivery – and to impose a minimum charge on... [Read More]
Scarce, costly supplies of rental homes had been a fact of Napa County life for years. Then came the night of Oct. 8. [Read More]
The controversy over the ouster of Justin-Siena High School's principal has apparently cost the president of the private Catholic academy his job. [Read More]
As Napa readies a $1 million makeover of its Senior Activity Center, the city must decide where to move the numerous programs based there. [Read More]
For one day each October at the Culinary Institute of America, "Boo!" meets "Yum!" on the way to "Thanks." [Read More]
As the remnants of this month's devastating wildfires finally die down, a collection of Napa service groups has found another way to pay homage to... [Read More]
Seven people in Napa County paid with their lives when this month's wildfires devastated tens of thousands of acres and destroyed hundreds of homes locally. [Read More]
Medical marijuana sellers and users are urging Napa to loosen its planned rules on selling the drug within the city. If land-use authorities have their... [Read More]
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