The week's total of new COVID cases was down from the week before.
Calistoga Police Officers responded to calls involving two hit-and-runs, people not social distancing, theft, and burglary.
New COVID cases are running behind last week's record rate, according to county figures.
Philip Tessier of PRESS restaurant in St. Helena was a catalyst for a community effort to feed people harmed economically by the pandemic.
It seemed too good to be true, and it may have been. The Cailfornia Deptpartment of Food and Agriculture has issued a stop-use order for Agro …
Deaths and new cases are continuing at a record pace.
PG&E asks customers in Calistoga to be prepared for possible power outages on Jan. 21, 22 and 27, as it tests new fire-prevention technology.
Although projected last year at about $5 million, the City of Calistoga’s General Fund balance stands at $7.1 million.
Napa County technically entered into Phase 1b of vaccinations in mid-January, though officials say real time administration of doses is laggin…
For the first time in several weeks, local and Bay Area hospitals are reporting increased ICU capacity.
Napa County offers a range of options for coronavirus testing.
The county reports that 10,699 county residents have received a COVID vaccine.
The utility has 39 weather stations in Napa County, to monitor high-risk wildfire areas, with more planned.
Larkmead has been awarded a Resolution from the California Legislature for its 125th anniversary, and history of contributions to the Napa Valley.
Despite high winds predicted for this week, PG&E says conditions in the Bay Area do not warrant precautionary power shutoffs in the region.
Here are some of the latest Biz Buzz items featured in the Napa Valley Register, in case you missed them.
A global pandemic seems like the worst possible time to launch a business, but judging by its strong opening weekend, Legit Provisions might b…
Susanne Salvestrin, a businesswoman and community volunteer with a passion for St. Helena history, died Dec. 16 at the age of 79.
The county has started asking people to register their interest in receiving a COVID vaccine when supplies become available.
The planning commission has drafted a resolution limiting the number of tasting rooms allowed in the downtown area. It now goes before the cit…
The Calistoga City Council will meet Jan. 19 to review an annual financial report, and discuss pedestrian safety improvements on Silverado Trail.
Calistoga Police Officers responded to calls involving domestic disputes, loud music, and a hit-and-run on Lincoln Avenue.