American Canyon is making code changes necessary to ban new gas stations from being built there.
Due to a short-term reduction in the number of available drivers, Napa Valley Transportation Authority is taking steps to reduce service to limit the number of unplanned missed trips.
Emergency health workers in California Wednesday blasted hours-long waits to transfer patients from ambulances to hospital emergency rooms in what they said were chronic delays worsened by the nearly two-year coronavirus pandemic.
Candidates have until Jan. 28 to apply to replace departed Yountville Vice Mayor Kerri Dorman. Council interviews will take place Feb. 1 via Zoom.
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With Napa City Council approval, adults will soon be able to purchase cannabis products from Napa's dispensaries without needing a medical use card.
The patient, who was in her 60s, died in the county on Saturday, a county spokesperson reported.
Jim Terry, a Napa musician whose motto is “make the world a little kinder,” won the 2022 Will McLean Best New Florida Song Contest this month. But that is just part of the story of a lawyer turned musician who performs with the Terry Family Band.
After a tough hiring year, the city of Napa still has 76 staff vacancies to fill, an improvement over the 92 identified in September 2021.
A smaller-scale but colorful and playful showcase of illuminated art has returned to Napa and will be on display through March 13.
The city of Napa is reallocating an estimated $200,000 in CARES Act funding that wasn't spent in 2021.
This Napa hair salon continues a "pay it forward" tradition with a new owner.
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While I’m happy we no longer need a bouncer at the market entrance, I do miss the opportunity to thank people individually on behalf of our farmers and vendors.
Great canned tuna is the perfect product to stock your cupboard: It keeps forever, and you can pull it and the can opener out and plate an appetizer or simple meal in a moment.
The ordinance amendment allowing retail sales of adult-use cannabis to anyone age 21 or older would come into effect 30 days following City Council approval.
The Table, which served meals to hungry Napa residents five days a week, is still in need of a home after being asked to vacate Napa's First Presbyterian Church over four months ago.
Friends and family pay tributes to Richard Majano, the guiding spirit and sole employee at The Table, which helps feed Napa's hungry residents.
Napa cancer patients have a new tool to fight hair loss from chemotherapy: DigniCap.
Station owner Wine Down Media turned the AM station into Napa County's first all-Spanish-language radio outlet starting Jan. 3.
Two men arrested Thursday by Napa Police face felony allegations of illegal firearm possession and gang participation, the department reported.
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Data shows Napa County's economy is rebounding from the trough of the pandemic.
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Greenberg has been acting chief since June 2021, after Oscar Ortiz became the Napa County sheriff.
SAN FRANCISCO — With California bracing for an unprecedented number of hospitalizations amid a staggering surge in coronavirus infections, health officials pleaded with residents Friday to reserve emergency rooms for true emergencies and not run to them in a search for scarce virus tests.
Napa County fears proposed state wildfire rules such as requiring wider roadways could in some cases hinder fire rebuilds and small winery expansion.
Cyclists are using a newly widened sidewalk that fills a Napa Valley Vine Trail gap along Soscol Avenue.
For the first time in half a year, U.S. families on Friday are going without a monthly deposit from the child tax credit. A closer look at the impact.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — After stealing the identities of death row inmates and even a sitting U.S. senator to make off with billions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits during the pandemic, scammers have now moved on to impersonating doctors to dupe California officials into giv…
Lawmakers previously floated ideas about requiring vaccines to enter businesses or outlawing the personal belief exemption for school vaccinations, but have yet to introduce a bill.
In a sign of changing norms and attitudes regarding drug use, the California State Personnel Board is considering making minor changes toward its pre-employment drug screening policy.
Fires may cause short term losses to bear populations, but burned habitat tends to create healthier populations in the long run, said Roger Baldwin, a UC Davis biologist who's studied black bears.
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The Vintage High girls basketball team scored a season-high 64 points and gave up a season-low 19 in a Big Game win at Napa High on Wednesday night.
Seventh-grader Alexander Winske turned in a powerhouse performance for Custom House by scoring 14 points and hauling in 25 rebounds in a 38-22 victory over Athletic Feat in Optimist Youth Basketball Middle School Division action Saturday.
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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian samba singer Elza Soares died in her Rio de Janeiro home on Thursday afternoon, family members said on the artist's official Instagram account. She was 91.