As a brand new attorney, Malcolm A. Mackenzie helped defend Willie the Woodcutter during a sensational Napa Valley murder trial of the 1970s.
Long-time Napa resident Lynne Champlin recalls the time a lion visited Silverado country club and chose Ita Young as his special friend.
This historic Napa house is for sale for $2.1 million. Check it out.
Check out this found film footage of 1966 Napa auto race ... in a shopping center parking lot now home to the outlet stores.
Naturalist Kathleen Scavone shares information about the first residents of Napa Valley, the Wappo people.
Napa historian Rebecca Yerger tells stories of some of the valley's notorious women, including the one who threw pots and pans at the policeman raiding her speakeasy.
When the 19th century ended, the city of Napa, just a half century old, had become a bustling community of industries, stores and schools. Man…
The Historical Society will use revenue from the gift shop to promote the curation and promotion of Napa County history.
Historian Rebecca Yerger investigates the creations of Napa County inventors who, over the years, have patented such varied items as Nap-A-Tan Waterproof Leather, a no-fog shower mirror and a novel ice cream rack.
For more than 100 years, this Napa optometry business has been helping locals see better.
When the Cavagnaro family moved to Napa in 1882, the town was 35 years old, Dave Cavagnaro grew up with Napa, becoming one of its leaders who, among other things, helped bring circuses to the town.
Need affordable housing? A proposed Napa development, Monarch Landing, is coming your way.
Affectionately known by Napans of his era as “Jovial Joe” and “Mr. Mayor,” Greco served his adopted hometown of Napa as a progressive councilman and mayor.
Prohibition was a lively time in Napa Valley, as illustrated by tales from historian Rebecca Yerger.
Could a new look be coming to the old Nor-Mar building in downtown Napa?
After a 6-month closure due to COVID-19, the Napa County Historical Society is reopening with a new exhibit full of stories.
What was it like to go to school in Napa in the early 20th century? Mildred Pearch remembers.
One Napa businessman, Luther J. Evans, made life in the here-and-now as well as the here-after more comfortable for his fellow Napans
Medical care has come a long ways in Napa, from the first hospital, nicknamed 'Pus and Guts' to today's modern Queen.
The Horrell House was red-tagged after Napa's 2014 earthquake. Take a look at it now.
A look at the way Napa celebrated the Fourth of July 100 years ago.