Deaths and new cases are continuing at a record pace.
Most of St. Helena’s first responders and teachers have chosen to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
As of mid-January, Napa County has progressed into Phase 1b of vaccinations, though officials have said real time progression will depend on v…
For the first time in several weeks, local and Bay Area hospitals are reporting increased ICU capacity.
Napa Valley College has moved one step closer to leasing part of its Upper Valley Campus to the City of St. Helena.
The City of St. Helena is seeking fiscal year 2021/22 funding applications from local-serving nonprofits.
St. Helena Police Department calls for Jan. 12-19.
Napa County offers a range of options for coronavirus testing.
The county reports that 10,699 county residents have received a COVID vaccine.
Despite high winds predicted for this week, PG&E says conditions in the Bay Area do not warrant precautionary power shutoffs in the region.
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The county has started asking people to register their interest in receiving a COVID vaccine when supplies become available.
The county is on a pace to surpass last week's total of COVID cases.
Elderly residents of Vineyard Valley and Silverado Orchards were the first St. Helenans to be vaccinated during Phase 1B of Napa County's vacc…
After high numbers at the start of the week, new COVid cases dropped on Wednesday, the county reported.
Farmstead’s Ted Hall will give a presentation on his upcoming hotel project at the Jan. 26 meeting of the St. Helena Rotary Club.
St. Helena Police Department calls for Jan. 4-11.
The St. Helena City Council appointed Rosaura Segura and Marika Rothfeld to the St. Helena Planning Commission.
Susanne Salvestrin, a businesswoman and community volunteer with a passion for St. Helena history, died Dec. 16 at the age of 79.
Rotary raised $28,000 for St. Helena Preschool For All.
Napa County recorded its 37th death, a local woman over the age of 65, officials said.
A global pandemic seems like the worst possible time to launch a business, but judging by its strong opening weekend, Legit Provisions might b…