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From flu shots to mental health screenings to all kinds of advice, Napa's Bi-National Health and Wellness Fair has been a time each September to... [Read More]
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When is a water tower not a water tower? When, in reality, it's the latest strand in Napa's cellphone coverage web. [Read More]
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How much time should hotel developers have to turn their projects in Napa from blueprints to buildings? City land-use officials on Thursday began tackling that... [Read More]
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The Napa City Council has released developers of Napa Creek Condos from a requirement to set aside eight units for families with lower-than-average incomes, a... [Read More]
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In the next few years, 50 lower-income families will have a new place to call home in Napa. [Read More]
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Napa collected a property tax assessment for nearly a full year too long. Now the resulting repayment may force the city to put a street... [Read More]
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The City Council gave the go-ahead Tuesday night to the Water Division to pursue a new pricing model that would impose a minimum charge on... [Read More]
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More than a decade after reviving a historic mansion in downtown Napa, Wine Spectator magazine has the city's support to renovate the landmark's companion building... [Read More]
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A busy local real estate market is buoying the finances of Napa Valley College. [Read More]
The clock is now ticking on Napa's campaign for a new City Hall building – and the housing, hotel rooms and shops that will replace... [Read More]
The dam that safeguards the city of Napa's water supply has come in one rung below the top rung in a state survey released in... [Read More]
A person's first step into the American workforce can be a first step into a career – or into life lessons that have little to... [Read More]
On Tuesday, the clock may start on the transformation of Napa City Hall's surroundings on the west side of downtown. [Read More]
Starting Thursday and through the Labor Day weekend, the sun will show no mercy on Napa County. [Read More]
On a March night in 2015, flames erupted at a Napa apartment complex, destroying one building and forcing the closure of the other. [Read More]
Last winter's fierce rainstorms have undone much of the recent work to clean up the Napa River's shipping channel, and the city is taking a... [Read More]
Napa's red-light traffic enforcement cameras have been dark for nearly six months, but one of the safety programs it funded continues to grow for the... [Read More]
Rental apartment are a bit less difficult to find in Napa this year – not that most tenants would notice. [Read More]
The opening of the Archer hotel draws nearer – and with it the reopening of nearby Coombs Street to cars. [Read More]
The future of a section of Soscol Avenue along Auto Row will include new intersections, stoplights and bicycle lanes – and a barrier to left... [Read More]
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