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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).

Population: 54548
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

Zip Codes associated with petaluma, california: 94952 94954
Towns/Cities near petaluma, california : Rohnert Park Cotati El Verano Boyes Hot Springs Temelec Penngrove

Petaluma News
Burning Mystery of the Sun's Plasma Jets May Finally Be Solved

The mystery of how jets of plasma explode from the surface of the sun and erupt into space thousands of times a day may finally be solved, a new study finds. This discovery could help solve the long-standing mystery of why the outer reaches of the sun's atmosphere are so much hotter than the surface of the sun, the authors of the new study said.

The World's ugliest dog & Pet Fest June 23 in Petaluma

Ugly dogs are the stars of the international contest that will be held June 23 at Petaluma's Kiwanis stage from 3 to 6 p.m. Join the Sonoma-Marin Fair for another super year in choosing the World's Ugliest Dog. The event will start at 3 p.m. with the annual Pet Fest with a great afternoon to help adoptable pets find loving homes.

Nurse's strike in Petaluma

It was hot yesterday at Walnut Park in Petaluma, but that didn't stop a determined crowd of over 30 nurses to gather at 5:30 p.m. to stage an 'action' and create video that symbolized what they felt was a refusal by the California Nurses Association and the National Labor Board to heed their requests to acknowledge the decertification of the CNA as their Union. This petition was filed over a year ago, and is a result of their belief that the CNA is no longer an effective union to address The assembled protestors set up a mock wedding to symbolize their issues with the partnership between the CNA and St. Joseph's Health System .

Amid California's housing crisis, last-minute bill would let Marin County limit home building

Lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow parts of Marin County to limit growth more tightly than other regions of California. The provision, inserted last week into a bill connected to the state budget, lets Marin County's largest cities and unincorporated areas maintain extra restrictions on how many homes developers can build.

St. Francis Winery President and CEO dies

Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Continue reading with unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! For just $5.25 per month, you can keep reading SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile, and support community journalism! St. Francis Winery president and CEO Christopher Silva, right, is given ... (more)

Play explores challenges of LGBTQ people

As a black lesbian woman, Dianna Grayer knows what it feels like to be marginalized. As a longtime marriage and family therapist, she also knows ways to overcome those messages to live a more authentic life.

Meet the contestants for 2017 World's Ugliest Dog contest

Owners will be hoping to take home the $1,500 first prize in Friday's competition at the Sonoma-Marin Fair These mangy mutts are set to battle it out in a very peculiar beauty contest for the coveted title of the world's ugliest dog. The annual event brings together the most unattractive hounds from all over the world and this year's contest is no different.

Sonoma Marin Fair to Hold World's Ugliest Dog Contest

Jason Wurtz of Van Nuys, California, holds his dog Sweepee Rambo during the 2016 World's Ugliest Dog contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair on June 24, 2016 in Petaluma, California. Sweepee Rambo, a blind Chinese Crested dog, won the annual World's Ugliest Dog contest.

Sonoma gears up for the fair this weekend

Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Continue reading with unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! For just $5.25 per month, you can keep reading SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile, and support community journalism! Doors open on June 21 and the fair runs through June 25 at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds at 175 Fairgrounds Drive in Petaluma. Tickets include all rides and concerts and range from $10 to $18.

and old woman sits smiling on a park bench with a small black and white dog on her lap

If there's a secret to health and longevity, Evelyn Gurevitch, 95, attests to staying active and social every day. That she keeps busy is an understatement.

Father-son trio works, learns together at Novato landfill jobs

Frank Antonio holds a 1960s photo of himself with his son, Frank Jr., as he takes a break from work at Redwood Landfill in Novato. His dad carried freight across the country for 38 years as a truck driver, leaving minimal time for fishing excursions and other bonding experiences between father and son.

Gerson Bakar: Developer behind SFMOMA, Mission Bay, Levi's

Gerson Bakar, a low-profile developer who made a lasting mark on the Bay Area landscape, died in San Francisco on June 5. He was 89. Levi's Plaza is his best-known project, a still-alluring blend of handsome brick buildings and naturalistic public space. But Mr. Bakar also was a catalyst in the development of Mission Bay and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 's move to Third Street - two projects that have altered the map of San Francisco.

Sonoma County Fair honors Nancie Carlson

Sonoma County Fair honors Nancie Carlson with 2017 Award of Excellence in the horse industry Longtime owner of Santa Rosa Saddlery and fair volunteer shaped industry, built community Nancie Carlson's story is a living example of how following your passion can lead to great things. She started life as a little girl who adored horses - not so uncommon - and grew that passion into an uncommonly successful business.

The Essential Restaurants of Sonoma County

An essential restaurant is one that reflects the vibrancy of the area it serves. An essential restaurant tastes like its neighborhood, and helps to define it.

Sutton takes oath of Eagle Scout

Under dark menacing clouds, amid thunder, flashes of lightning and eventually rain and hail, Kyle Sutton took his Eagle Scout oath Sunday in the garden at Sally Tomatoes. Kyle joined Troop 2 in April of 2010 and never stopped to look back or ask what is next.

Three Contra Costa Residents Arrested on Suspicion of Identity Theft, ...

Petaluma police arrested three people suspected of identity theft after a traffic stop revealed they allegedly possessed personal information belonging to hundreds of people from around the country. The suspects, Brittany Spears, 19, Ralph Spears, 21, and Carolyn Sims, 64, all of Antioch, were pulled over for a traffic violation on Browns Lane near Lakeville Highway at about 6:15 a.m. A search of the vehicle allegedly turned up other people's personal information, including Social Security, credit card, driver's license, bank routing and checking account numbers.

Novato Narrows could get boost from toll tax

Plans are heating up to have voters in Bay Area pay up to $3 more to cross tolls bridges to fund transportation projects, including the Novato Narrows freeway widening. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission's Legislation Committee met last week to provide an update on state legislation to allow the agency to ask voters for a toll increase as soon as 2018.

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