City of Napa reporter
Carly Graf covers Napa city government and community issues. She received her master’s degree from Northwestern University in Chicago. She most recently worked for a news outlet in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A handful of protesters stood outside the Planned Parenthood clinic in February 2020 during a 40-day vigil staged by 40 Days for Life, which h…
The city agreed with all but one of the Napa County Grand Jury's findings on last year's 36% garbage rate hike over three and a half years.
Napa Public Works will adopt some Napa County Grand Jury recommendations on its sidewalk program but rejected others.
Selling flavored tobacco is now prohibited within Napa's city limits.
The Napa police will sharply restrict - but not ban outright - use of a controversial technique to subdue resistant suspects, the chief tells city council.
The home to former five-and-dime powerhouse Woolworth's and then Exertec Fitness Center is poised for a facelift.
Police Chief Robert Plummer will respond to questions about Napa's existing use of force policies.
The Board of Supervisors will discuss a COVID-19 eviction ban at its meeting Tuesday
Napa's financial crisis makes closing streets for cyclists and pedestrians untenable, city officials said.
Napa will survey city residents on whether they would support a higher sales tax to maintain threatened services.