Rudy Sanchez, who lives on Stoney Point Road, west of the Graton Casino, takes his horse Cero to do errands in Santa Rosa whenever he can.
North Park’s newly refurbished sign, restored by volunteers from Santa Rosa Christian Church was unveiled on Aug. 9.
Three Oakmont women walked a total of 39.2 miles and collectively raised $16,627 on July 12 in the “Avon Walk for Breast Cancer” in San Francisco.
Shakespeare in the Cannery opens on July 18. The project gained approval the beginning of last month, and artists and stage builders are hard at work.
The Global War on Terrorism Wall of Remembrance heads north to its next destination after spending Memorial weekend at Santa Rosa Memorial Park.
The Pullman Kitchen at 205 Fifth St. (at Davis) is now serving lunch Mon.-Fri., in addition to brunch on weekends and dinner seven nights a week.
Santa Rosa sailor, Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Matthew Schulthess, helps test the USS Reagan for combat missions.
Brasa Churrascaria and Brewpub opening soon on the corner of Seventh and Mendocino.
Montgomery High grad Philip Franzoni is now a Naval rescue swimmer stationed in Guam.
Workers raise an outer wall at the site of the new Sutter Hospital near the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in northern Santa Rosa.