NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:
Residents are asked not to feed wild animals, and to report potential cases of Cervid adenovirus 1, or CdAdV-1, to state wildlife officials.
It was reported there were several witnesses to the shooting, but so far, no firsthand witnesses have come forward, officials said.
Brazilian Breads, which already has a loyal following in Berkeley, now features its tasty takeout & mini-market on Medway Road.
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California's daily count of COVID-19 cases appears to be falling, but that may be due to underreporting caused by technical issues.
A bill in the Legislature aims to require people of color in the boardroom. Some say it's unconstitutional, others say it is necessary.
Check out these Wow Houses:
This home features a hot tub, multiple expanded decks, solar panels, a Tesla charging station and views of the surrounding hills.
This $774,950 single-level home features a private yard with a deck and hot tub backing up to a hillside.
Ideal for extended families, this $4.5 million compound includes a three-story house, two rental cottages and a guest studio with a garage.
The backyard of this home features mature landscaping, as well as a built-in gas grill, cooktop, sink and fridge.
This 1905 West Petaluma home is by the same architect who designed several Sonoma County libraries and post offices.
Take a peek inside this newly listed energy-efficient dome home priced under $600,000.
This home not far from downtown Benicia was custom built to make the most of its water views.