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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.
Local Newspapers: The Napa Valley Register Napa county Reporter
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings
Local Colleges: Napa Valley College
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Sigh' owner all bubbly over move
Jayme Powers in front of the new Sigh bubble bar location, in the storefront that has housed a leather store and natural goods products in the apst. Curious what was in this space previously? The most recent tenant was PK Sonoma, which sold artisan local products, including all things lavender, balms and scrubs.JumpStart Vallejo leaders say group will be more active
Leaders of a well-known political action committee say its coalition is going to become more engaged in the community. "We want to be there to help the city move forward," said Jon Riley, executive director of the Napa Solano Central Labor Council.Ancient Grape Meets Modern Family
When I visit food and wine shows, where vintners and producers present their products to the market, my first question is, "What's new?" For wineries, the answer is usually nothing more groundbreaking than the latest vintage or a new blend. But when I approached Covenant Winery's Jeff and Jodie Morgan at the recent Kosher Food & Wine Experience a few weeks before Purim, they had a notably interesting answer to my question.Dodd hopes to boost teacher credentialing
SACRAMENTO >> Senator Bill Dodd introduced a bill on Friday to help meet California's teacher shortage by allowing community college districts to offer teacher credentialing programs. "As a grandfather, I truly believe that educating future generations is our most important duty," said Dodd.This drone video perfectly captures the dread of falling into an abyss
There's just something about big, deep voids that strike fear in the deepest reaches of the human brain. Black holes and whirlpools are great examples of this, as is the Glory Hole Spillway in Napa, California.Protestors voice opposition to VMT/Orcem in Vallejo
About 15 protestors met on the Vallejo City Hall steps Wednesday morning to voice their opposition toward a marine terminal and cement facility proposed for south Vallejo. Representatives from local Sierra Club groups in Vallejo and Napa called the Vallejo Marine Terminal and Orcem America's project a nightmare for the environment and neighborhood next to the proposed site.Drone Footage Of Water Pouring Into Lake Spillway In California
These are two drone footage videos of water pouring into the Glory Hole spillway in Lake Berryassa in Napa, California after recent heavy rains. The spillway is capable of draining 48,400 cubic feet of water per second into Putah Creek at the base of the Monticello Dam.Kaiser gets heart assoc. silver recognition for efforts to keep its workforce healthy
Kaiser Permanente, received the 2016 silver level recognition in the American Heart Association's inaugural Workplace Health Achievement Index, company officials announced. Describing Kaiser as the nation's largest integrated health system, officials said the AHA's new index is "a science-based and evidence-informed measurement that assesses and recognizes workplace health programs." Initiated by the AHA's CEO Roundtable, it provides employers with best practices to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of workplace health programs.Tickets Now Available for Flavor! Napa Valley
Individual tickets for Flavor! Napa Valley, March 22 - 26, 2017, which supports programs and scholarships at The Culinary Institute of America's Greystone Campus in St. Helena, CA, are now available for purchase online at www.FlavorNapaValley.com . Flavor! Napa Valley takes place during Napa Valley's "Cabernet Season" and celebrates both Napa Valley and CIA graduate chefs and winemakers with five days of exclusive food and wine experiences that bring out the best flavors of the legendary Napa Valley.Linda Stout: Vanishing act
Within our collective imagination, the edifices of our industrial past mark the evolution of satisfying the problem of need and want - which now must be solved through more sustainable means. However, the demolition of older industrial stock in the name of progress disorient and weaken the community by depriving it of the historic focal points that previously bound it together - the important connection between a city's physical past and its present identity.Drone Video Captures Water Overflowing Into Glory Hole Spillway at Lake Berryessa in Napa, California
Drones videos capture bird's-eye-view of water from heavy rains overflowing into the Glory Hole spillway at Lake Berryassa in Napa, California over the weekend of February 18, 2017. The spillway is designed to channel up to 48,400 cubic feet per second of water from the lake to Putah Creek at the base of Monticello Dam when water levels get too high.Dodd's bill would boost teacher credentialing
State Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, introduced a bill last week to help meet California's teacher shortage by allowing community college districts to offer teacher credentialing programs. "As a grandfather, I truly believe that educating future generations is our most important duty," Dodd said.Senator Dodd introduces bill to boost teacher credentialing
SACRAMENTO >> Senator Bill Dodd, D-Napa, introduced a bill on Friday to help meet California's teacher shortage by allowing community college districts to offer teacher credentialing programs. "As a grandfather, I truly believe that educating future generations is our most important duty," Dodd said.Uncooperative suspect gets Tased, arrested
A Ukiah man ended up getting Tasered and arrested after he decided not to cooperate with deputies at a residence in the 3000 block of Cavedale Road on Feb. 1. Deputies were sent to the residence a shortly after noon when the resident saw an unknown male outside the garage. When the resident tried to question the man, he grabbed a piece of cactus and a lime and started walking away.Two More Rainstorms Expected in Bay Area Over the Next Five Days
Two more wet weather systems are expected over the next five days in the San Francisco Bay Area before the air gets cooler and drier late next week, National Weather Service officials said today. The first system will start on Sunday by dropping rain in the North Bay and impact the rest of the region on Sunday night and Monday.Husband accused of killing wife pleads not guilty
The Fairfield husband accused of stabbing his wife last week following an alleged domestic violence dispute pleaded not guilty Friday in Solano County Superior Court and will now return to court in April. Camden Lo, 50, was arrested just before 8 p.m. Feb. 10 in the 1600 block of Trancas Street at a restaurant in Napa after police got word of a possible domestic violence altercation at a home on Burgundy Way in Fairfield.Caymus owner cautions not to let Suisun Valley become Napa
A simple matter of a lot line adjustment turned into a kind of vision of the Suisun Valley by the man who produces Caymus wines in Napa County and is building a winery on Cordelia Road. Chuck Wagner, who also has proposed building a distillery in Solano County, made a surprise appearance Thursday before the Solano County Planning Commission.
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