How do you know if you have a cold, the flu or COVID? The first step is to check the matrix, according to Napa Journal columnist Kevin Courtney.
Once upon a time both black bears and California grizzly bears were abundant in California. With the California mission system and later, the California Gold Rush, the thousands of California grizzly bears, seen as a threat to early settlers were hunted and exterminated in our state.
Napa mom Jennifer Huffman pulls out the Littlest Pets to entertain a little visitor ... and gets a new nickname in the process.
Looking for things to do in Napa County? Here is a list of upcoming events. To submit your event to the Napa Valley Register community calendar, click here.
Procrastination is rarely one's friend, but never is this truer than when dealing with weeds, according to Napa County Master Gardener Cindy Watter.
Napa Valley arborist Bill Pramuk reports on a conference examining why trees fail — and fall.
Catch up on the Napa Valley news you may have missed this week.
Catch up on the Napa Valley sports news you may have missed this week.
Hungry for some Napa Valley food news? This series features the latest food articles and columns featured in the Napa Valley Register.
Local historian Rebecca Yerger offers a glimpse into Napa Valley's past in her column "Memory Lane". This is a collection of her most recent columns.
Napa Valley architect Chris Craiker examines the housing shortage in California.
Letter: The city of St. Helena actively seeks grants and supports local businesses.
The Napa Valley Mustard Celebration continues this weekend with the Atlas Peak Road opening weekend events on Feb. 4 and 5.
New phone numbers in Napa and the rest of the 707 zone may get a new area code starting Wednesday, as numbers with the current code run out this year.
Films for all will be featured at the sixth annual Yountville International Short Film Festival running Feb. 2-5.
Napa Valley Museum Yountville presents “Makin’ Whoopee,” an evening of romantic jazz with pianist Mike Greensill with vocalist Gale Terminello on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Here's a look at upcoming events and concerts in Napa Valley.
Napa Valley Youth Symphony performs a free concert for the community at Napa Valley College on Sunday featuring two Vintage High School violinists.
The OtterBots, a St. Helena-based robotics team made up of students from Vintage and Napa high schools, is designing and building a robot to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition.
Brent Randol writes about people and topics related to the outdoors in the Napa Valley.
Four members of the St. Helena Track Club traveled to Pittsburg last Saturday to compete in a qualifier for the California Winter Championships and two made the cut for this Saturday’s meet in Arcadia.
The St. Helena High boys basketball team defeated visiting Middletown on Friday and lost at Kelseyville on Monday, the girls lost to Middletown and defeated Kelseyville in home games, and the JV boys fell to both opponents.
Letter: Former St. Helena Star editor David Stoneberg reacts to the Star's recent price hike.