In response to recent questions as to whether I will seek a second term as mayor of St. Helena, the answer is a resolute yes.
Thanks for covering the vigil on Monday at 12 p.m. We saw the photo on the Napa Valley Register website, and we wanted to relate a couple of t…
Jeff Warren’s opinion piece in the May 7 issue of the Star, titled “Infect me with the coronavirus please. NOW!”, certainly was thought provoking.
None of 21 active cases involves hospitalization, the county reports.
The St. Helena Public Library teamed up with the Federated Women and the St. Helena Unified School District to give books and art supplies to …
The St. Helena Farmers' Market is a friendly place, where as the theme song from the old TV show, Cheers, says, "everybody knows your name."
The St. Helena school board recently passed resolutions recognizing Pride Month and updating the district’s Green Initiative.
St. Helena Police Department calls for May 26-June 1.
Geoff Ellsworth will seek a second two-year term as St. Helena’s mayor.
Crews from the City of St. Helena and Precision Crane Service lowered a new public restroom into place Tuesday morning in the city parking lot…
Tourism has plummeted due to COVID-19 restrictions, which is putting a big hit on Napa's city budget.
Aunt Helena shares community news and events from around St. Helena.
It seems to me that sometimes people have just enough religion to make themselves miserable. What a lot of people think the Bible is about is …
A few dozen people gathered in front of Lyman Park Monday in a peaceful protest denouncing racism, police brutality, and the killing of George Floyd
Families are encouraged to create tributes to their graduates.
Verday Health, based in Santa Rosa and with ties to the Napa Valley, has been selected as a finalist in Fast Company’s 2020 World Changing Ide…
The number of Napa County residents tested for COVID-19 is now over 9,000.
The pride and transgender flags are flying over St. Helena City Hall during the month of June.