On the menu were carrots dipped in hummus and a homemade Greek yogurt blueberry parfait with shaved almonds and honey. I was comfortably satiated after a 15-minute food escapade in my hotel room. I traveled back down to the convention center and attended the remainder of our meetings and seminars.
Napa Valley Register columnist Samie Hartley breaks her retainer and takes a strange detour down memory lane.
To be good stewards of our precious bees and other pollinators, gardeners should aim to have at least 20 varieties of flowers blooming from early spring through late fall, offering a supply of nectar and pollen.
Here is a concern that pops up continually, and I saw a bad case of it last week in Yountville: Tree trunks with rows of holes in the bark. In this instance it was in some Peruvian (aka California) pepper trees (Schinus molle). In the worst-affected tree, the tops were dying. The culprit is …
Michelle Dickson envisions a world where younger people who identify as LGBTQ children have a true community – kids and grownups, others like them and straight allies, all looking out for them and helping everyone to feel safe and accepted.“We are not there yet,” Dickson told our board this …
Former Napa City Councilmember Pete Mott announced he will run for Napa County supervisor.
Napa Communities Firewise Foundation wants $10.9 million for fuel breaks. Napa County must decide how much it will provide.
The Yountville Chamber of Commerce will host its inaugural Pride celebration as various organizers discuss the growth of LGBTQ support in the Napa Valley.
Your guide to arts, entertainment and other events happening in Napa County. To submit your event for possible inclusion, click here.
The Land Trust of Napa County's long-awaited purchase of Walt Ranch became reality with the closing of escrow Wednesday.
With games won (GW) and lost (GL), winning percentage, and matches won (MW) and lost (ML)
The St. Helena Public Library invites the community to participate in its Summer Reading Challenge through Sept. 2.
Jose Gomez is looking for someone to buy or take over Chokolatte, his ice cream shop on Oak Avenue.
Aunt Helena shares community news and events from around St. Helena.
Erosion, a downtown St. Helena wine tasting room and beer tap room that closed in April, has reopened under new ownership.
Napa Valley Art Notes: NIMBASH raises $700,000, 'Sounds of the Sixties' coming, Tabios publishes next book
NIMBASH raises $700K, 'Sounds of the Sixties' coming, Eileen Tabios publishes next book, and Napa Valley Writers to host Paul Madonna.
Northern California Regional Division V Softball Playoffs: Orestimba halts dream season for St. Helena
The fourth-seeded St. Helena softball team fell to visiting No. 5 seed Orestimba-Newman, 8-0, in the first round of the Northern California Regional Division V playoffs on Tuesday.
Brent Randol writes about people and topics related to the outdoors in the Napa Valley.
This is a rebuttal to Maya DeRosa's Press Release posted on NextDoor and via email attempting to cast doubt on the current Change.org petition: “Save the city of St. Helena: urge city council to vote NO on the Hunter EIR.” As of this writing the petition has 971 signatures.
Letter: The City Council should reject the Hunter project.
Letter: The anti-Hunter petition is not 'misinformation'.
Letter: An RLS sixth-grader on how ski racing has affected her life.
Letter: The words of Ronald Reagan come to mind after listening to the City Council and city manager.