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Napa has a Mediterranean climate with cool, wet winters and very warm, dry summers. Its climate makes it perfect for growing grapes in vineyards to make wine. Thecity of Napa had become a business and economic center by the early 1900s. One of the main strongholds of the region was wine. And as agricultural and wine interests grew, so did light industry, banking, commercial and retail activity. Notable residents of Napa have included actor Robert Redford and celebrity chef Michael Chiarello.

Population: 72585
Local Newspapers: The Napa Valley Register Napa county Reporter
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings
Local Colleges: Napa Valley College

Zip Codes associated with napa, california: 94559
Towns/Cities near napa, california : Sonoma Yountville American Canyon Temelec Eldridge

Napa News
18K Napa students back at school for first time since fires

It's a sign of things returning to a sense of normalcy in Napa County - all public schools are reopening on Monday, after being closed two weeks because of the wildfires and smoke in the region. Allie Rasmus reports Nearly 18,000 Napa students returned to school on Monday for the first time since the firestorm that swept through the North Bay two weeks ago.

Move-in ready homes in Napa and Sonoma counties for under 400K

In Old Town Napa, at 568 Monroe St., this bungalow has two bedrooms and was built in 1936.It also has a small yard. It's asking $399K.

Where not to build

There's a housing crisis in San Mateo County, not enough housing for the people who work here and want to stay and for those who want to work here but can't afford a place to live. In our enthusiasm to address this need, let's not forget it's important where the new housing goes.

In aftermath of fires, schools brace for homeless students

Debra Sanders has spent the past five years providing guidance and comfort to Sonoma County's homeless students, helping them navigate the school system and claim their rights to an education. Then, last week, she became homeless herself.

Malpractice Claims Involving Electronic Health Records on the Rise

NAPA, Calif: Malpractice claims in which the use of electronic health records contributed to patient injury have increased continuously over the past decade, according to a study released today by The Doctors Company. The study by the nation's largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer reveals that claims in which EHRs are a factor grew from just two from 2007 through 2010 to 161 from 2011 through December 2016.

The view of the Partrick fire, along Patrick Rd. in Napa, Ca. as seen on Wednesday October 18, 2017.

One fire started near a patch of oak trees along a twisting mountain road east of Napa Valley's famed Silverado Trail. One ignited near a weathered one-lane road through a wooded canyon in Glen Ellen.

'Makes it more extreme:' Prof says climate change added to historic fire season

Heavy smoke from the Elephant Hill wildfire in July was visible from a lookout near Clinton, B.C., about 40 kilometres northwest of Cache Creek. Climate change didn't directly cause major wildfires in Alberta and British Columbia this year but it did contribute to their extreme nature, says a University of Alberta researcher.

Unforgiving Wildfires Affect Vineyard Workers and Owners

When the wildfires ignited, vineyard workers stopped picking grapes and fled for their lives. Some vineyard owners decided to stay and fight back, spending days digging firebreaks and sleeping among their vines for safety.

CSUCI Celebrates Day of Dead with Ofrendas, Sand Sculpture

Crocheted tacos, eggs, skulls and pan dulce decorate one of many altars or ofrendas that will be on display at Napa Gallery for the 2017 Day of the Dead celebration at CSU Channel Islands . The celebration is 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in front of John Spoor Broome Library at One University Drive on the Camarillo campus; the public is welcome.

Wine Country Strong: Napa and Sonoma Look AheadAt the Wine...

With the specter of Northern California's ongoing wine-country wildfire tragedy on the minds of many wine lovers, Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken led a last-minute addition to the New York Wine Experience seminars on Saturday morning. Since the wildfires ignited beginning Oct. 8, more than 200,000 acres have burned in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.

PG&E helped stall effort to map risky power lines prone to wildfires

A PG&E employee works on repairs an electrical line on Atlas Peak Road after it was damaged by the Atlas Peak Fire in Napa, Calif. on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.

Got housing? How you can help fire refugees in the North Bay

Pet food sits untouched on the walkway of a destroyed home on Ursuline Drive in Santa Rosa, California, Wednesday, October 18, 2017, ten days after it was destroyed in the wine country fires that claimed 42 lives. Residents displaced from the fires that ravaged North Bay communities in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties are now facing a second crisis: where to find temporary housing while they rebuild or seek long-term rental housing.

Northwest Rallies Behind Fire-Ravaged Wineries

Northwest wineries aren't just opening their wallets, they're opening their cellars to counterparts in Northern California hit hard by wildfires. Last weekend, Jim Bernau of Willamette Valley Wineries Inc. used social media to extend an offer of three weeks of work, room and board for up to 10 cellar workers displaced by wildfires in Northern California.

Coffey Park fire victims return to devastated homes in search of memories

Shirley Kirk surveys the burned-out property of her sister, Karen Aycock, who died during the fire in the Coffey Park area of Santa Rosa. COFFEY PARK >> Amid the destruction wrought by fires in northern Santa Rosa, the return Friday of thousands of residents to this community and several other large subdivisions marked a new, poignant moment for neighborhoods leveled by flames.

INTERACTIVE: Map of red-tagged, yellow-tagged Napa properties

Red Tag - A red-tagged building has been deemed unsafe and should not be occupied as occupancy poses a threat to life safety. Buildings or structures posted with this placard shall not be entered under any circumstance except as authorized in writing by the Napa County Chief Building Official.

Unemployment was down in Solano, Napa in September

The unemployment rates in Solano and Napa counties fell in September compared to August, according to the most recent state figures, released Friday. In the Vallejo-Fairfield Metropolitan Statistical Area , the September jobless rate was 4.6 percent, down from a revised 5.5 percent in August , and below the year-ago estimate of 5.2 percent - placing it at No.

After Napaa s Inferno, a oeWea re Still Standinga

The Atlas Peak Fire that sparked on Sunday October 8 has so far burned more than 50,000 acres in Napa County. The night it ignited, it roared down the eastern hills of Napa Valley and skirted the Silverado Trail, the site of some of the region's most historic wineries.

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