Harvest is reaching its climax and could be mostly over in two or three weeks.
A marine layer of air is trapping Glass Fire smoke over the Napa Valley.
At least 426 people had registered for shelter assistance by Monday, and Napa County officials expect that number to grow.
This is the first in a two-part series covering the League of Women Voter's forum with Calistoga City Council Candidates which took place Sept. 24.
We at the Star have some unfortunate news to share.
The Disaster Relief Fund helps those in need who have been harmed by the Glass Fire.
The number of county residents hospitalized with COVID-19 remained at six on Wednesday
Nothing brings smiles to our faces and joy to our hearts like our pets. Our beloved fur babies offer a much-needed distraction these days, so …
On Sept. 25, peaceful demonstrators carried signs and marched from the library to the Lincoln Avenue Bridge,
The National Weather Service issued another Red Flag warning for Thursday as scorching temperatures return.
Letter: Calistoga City Councilmember Don Williams comments on growth Upvalley.
The Glass Fire burned into the heart of the Napa Valley on Monday, damaging iconic institutions such as Castello di Amorosa and Meadowood resort.
More than 12,000 Napa County residents are under some form of evacuation order.
The forum will be held via Zoom on Oct. 1 from 7-9 p.m.
After extensive damage to areas around Calistoga, officials ask all residents to leave immediately.
Uncontained wildfires attacked the edges of a partially evacuated St. Helena Monday morning, as Spring Mountain and areas east of Silverado Tr…
UpValley Family Centers in St. Helena and Calistoga are currently without power and phone lines are down, however, call (707) 266-2871 or (70…
The Glass Fire broke out early Sunday west of Silverado Trail, but by dawn Monday it had jumped the valley to the west and extended far into S…