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Petaluma is located in central California in Sonoma County near the San Francisco Bay Area. The name Petaluma is a derivation of the Coast Miwok Native American language's phrase "peta luuma," meaning "hill backside." It most likely refers to Petaluma's proximity to Sonoma Mountain. In the 2007 novel Divisadero by Michael Ondaatje, the farm where the novel takes place is located near Petaluma. Several movies have been filmed in Petaluma including, Flubber (1997), Basic Instinct (1992), and American Graffiti (1973).
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Meridian University
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From arranging plants to connecting families
Diane Davis started Artful Arrangements in 2007, not as the non-profit it is today, but as a business that created, sold and delivered living plant arrangements. She advertised the business through the Sonoma County Farm Trails and realized after some time that she received even more pleasure and satisfaction from seeing parents plant flowers with children, than making money from creating the arrangements.With fire closing in, they said goodbye. But it wasn't the end
Long Beach resident Todd 'Z-Man' Zalkins stars in the documentary A'The Long Way Back.A' It focuses on his battle to overcome opioid addiction after losing his friend, Bradley Nowell of the band Sublime. Zalknis eventually becomes an intervention specialist and helps NowellA*s son overcome his own battle with drugs and alcohol.Woman Arrested for Allegedly Stealing From Fire Evacuees
A Petaluma woman who was arrested Monday on suspicion of stealing items from North Bay fire victims and then later released, was arrested again Wednesday after police identified additional victims. On Monday a mail theft victim reported fraudulent charges to her bank account.Wildfires worsen housing crunch in famously costly Bay Area
You have reached the limit of 5 free articles per 30 days. To continue, log in now or sign up for a digital Richmond Times-Dispatch subscription for only $8.99 per month.Maryann Jones Thompson
Maryann Jones Thompson, of Larkspur, is the IJ's About Town correspondent for Larkspur and Corte Madera. Got a tip? Working the crowd at Larkspur's Downtown Wine Stroll on a hot July evening wearing a bright yellow hippo suit, Jim Hunnewell could not have been hotter - or friendlier."If drawing attention to the Larkspur Library project means dressing up like 'Larky' on a 100-degree day, I can think of nothing better I'd like to do," says Hunnewell, a technology sales executive and Heather Gardens dad.Tubbs Fire unleashed fiery tornadoes that flipped cars
In a 2016 fire in San Bernardino County, a fire tornado similar to that of the Tubbs Fire ripped through the region. In a 2016 fire in San Bernardino County, a fire tornado similar to that of the Tubbs Fire ripped through the region.Sonoma restaurants reopen, hoping diners will come
After returning from a week-long vacation in Canada, Cameron Menefee, 6, wears firefighter gear to show support for firefighters at the Swiss Hotel in Sonoma. The hotel's owner, Hank Marioni, lost his home of 35 years to the fire.Show Times
Chris Babcock of Vacaville prepares chili that will be served as dinner to evacuees currently residing in Red Cross evacuation shelters in the areas effected by the wildfires that have burned out communities stretching from Napa to Santa Rosa. Babcock is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief Team.The Latest: Weather helps crews gain on California fires
Authorities say fire crews made overnight progress battling blazes in Northern California's wine country, helped by moderate weather and lack of wind. Daniel Berlant, spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, says crews did controlled burns to wipe out fuel needed by wildfires to spread.Woman Accused of Stealing Credit Cards, Checkbooks from Fire Evacuees
Police have arrested a woman who they say stole credit cards and checkbooks from evacuees of the Northern California wildfires. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that 31-year-old Katie Lehnhard of Petaluma was identified as a suspect after a fire victim reported to police that fraudulent charges had been made against her bank account.Fire Evacuees Link Up With Homeowners With Space to Spare
Steve Kay, left, and Tautuiki Uluilakepa in Kay's home in Petaluma, California. Uluilakepa and his family lost their home in the North Bay fires and are staying with Kay through an emergency housing program.Californians head back home to altered lives, communities
Calm winds gave an advantage to firefighters tryi... . Phyllis Rogers checks for mail in front of her destroyed home in Larkfield, near Santa Rosa, Calif., Monday Oct. 16, 2017.Californians head back home to altered lives, communities
Some have lost loved ones. Many have survived near-death experiences. Others have lost their homes and a lifetime of possessions.Some Hobbyists' Drones Are Interrupting Firefighting Efforts In Northern California, Says FAA
There have been at least two instances of drones getting in the way of firefighting efforts undertaken in Northern California where a massive wildfire is ravaging the area, the Federal Aviation Administration said Monday, according to CNBC. One of the incidents occurred near or in Santa Rosa, Calif., last week, and another was in Petaluma, Calif., sometime Sunday.Woman arrested for credit card thefts from fire victims
Katie Lehnhard, 31 of Petaluma, was arrested on suspicion of stealing mail belonging to victims of the Wine Country fires. Katie Lehnhard, 31 of Petaluma, was arrested on suspicion of stealing mail belonging to victims of the Wine Country fires.
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