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An agreement between Napa city and county – fostered by a bill working its way through the state Capitol – may kick-start work on the Napa Pipe housing and retail development as soon as next year.
A grand jury investigation concludes that residents in Napa County’s cities can drink tap water without fear of contaminants, though they might sometimes find the taste hard to swallow.
Take a look around Napa and there are plenty of oft-seen sights with overlooked, behind-the-scenes stories.
Compelling insights from the heart of our community.
Fire is a useful tool but it is also a historic menace. Residents of ancient villages and cities lived in fear of fire, started by candles, lamps, cooking fires and natural sources.
Last weekend’s scorching temperatures, not to mention dirty air from the wildfire in Yolo County and the threat of PG&E pulling the plug, took their toll on the Courtney household.
Recent moves by the state utilities commission to hold power companies accountable might be no more than a smokescreen. The aim, it appears, has been to make the commission and the utilities whose wishes it usually carries out look like responsible public servants, when that may not be true.