A St. Helena house has become the latest flashpoint in an ongoing conflict between the home co-ownership company Pacaso and its critics.
St. Helena students who have been exposed to COVID-19 may now stay in school under new protocols handed down by the state.
The St. Helena Public Library staff wants to spread the word that the library is now fully open.
The Cabernet Sauvignon harvest continues as most — but not all — growers report a light crop following two years of low rainfall.
The county’s daily update of COVID-19 cases listed 23 people being treated at local hospitals due to the virus.
A new planning document is forcing St. Helena to come to terms with the challenge of developing affordable housing.
St. Helena Police Department calls for Sept. 15-21.
The latest tally was down from the 126 cases reported during the previous weekend, Sept. 10-13.
The St. Helena Unified School District is inviting members of the public to apply for a vacant school board seat created by the resignation of…
Napa County has awarded a five-year contract to incumbent ambulance service American Medical Response.
The warning runs from 11 p.m. Sunday to 8 p.m. Monday and indicates higher wildfire risk in hilly areas of the North Bay and East Bay.
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This week saw a 27% rise in new Napa County COVID-19 cases.
Whitehall Lane residents who alleged intolerable fire risks and public nuisances at a neighboring composting/recycling facility are dropping t…
The Napa County Library expanded its hours in all four locations on Wednesday.
St. Helena Hospital Foundation has invested $580,000 in local nonprofits to meet the most urgent health needs of upper Napa Valley’s oldest residents.
Transportation officials will discuss possible improvements at key intersections in Yountville, Rutherford and Oakville during a virtual meeti…
St. Helena's Troop 1 Boy Scouts are launching a 30-day campaign on Thursday, Sept. 16, to raise money to renovate Scout Hall.
St. Helena is taking steps to protect city water and groundwater as the Phase II water emergency drags on.
The Rodríguez family is building a home as part of Our Town St. Helena's Brenkle Court self-help affordable housing project.
The Napa Valley harvest is intensifying as growers start to bring in Cabernet Sauvignon.
The City of St. Helena is using extra revenue to upgrade the fire department to a full-time model.