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Napa teen runs first marathon for cancer research – and to honor late mother

Vintage High School student Natasha Beitz, 16, ran 26.2 miles on Sunday to honor her mother and to raise funds to help battle the disease that took her life in 2016.

Roundabout replacement of Napa’s five-way intersection to be delayed

The project to remake a complex Silverado Trail crossing will miss its planned 2022 start date, according to the city public works department.

Napa County will take a deeper look at its COVID-19 vaccine program

Napa County will have a third-party look into its vaccine program and how it operated in January, a period when Supervisor Belia Ramos, 42, was vaccinated.

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Napa Journal: What can happen after the second COVID shot

Cheryl had two of the classic reactions to her second coronavirus vaccination.

Dan Walters: Will reducing criminal penalties reduce crime?

California is testing whether easing up on penalties for crime will result in less crime in the long run, columnist Dan Walters says.

Thomas D. Elias: Feinstein: To retire or not? That is the question

California's senior senator is facing increasing pressure to give way to a younger candidate, columnist Tom Elias says.

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