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Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

Getting back up...

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Crime Watch

June 7
Employees from the Glen Ellen Grocery called at 10 p.m. to report that a customer refused to leave because the store refused to sell him alcohol. As one of the employees was on the phone with dispatch, the man, who was apparently intoxicated, left on foot.

June 8
A resident in the 1000 block of Hill Road called to report receiving a letter from someone the resident met through social media. The letter writer, who is from out of state, said he wanted a romantic relationship. The caller said she had blocked the person from her social media and now wants a restraining order against him. The caller was advised as to how to obtain a restraining order.

June 10
A resident of the 15000 block of Burbank called to say they were in their car and saw two Rotweillers loose in the neighborhood, and were afraid to get out of the car. The caller said this wasn’t the first time the dogs had gotten loose from a neighbor’s property.

June 11
Family members in the 13000 block of Yell Lane called to report that a relative was drunk, making threats, and screaming.

June 12
Deputies got a call from a resident in the 13000 blcok of Arnold Dr. who eported that he thinks he is being stalked. Items keep disappearing from his property, and things are being moved,

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SDC study recommends confining development to existing campus

A conceptual plan for the future of the Sonoma Developmental Center (SDC) proposes large portions be designated for wildlife corridors and natural areas, with any new development confined to the exis more...

Whole community the focus of new Sustainable Sonoma

Pristine valley vistas, fine wine, delicious food, enviable weather and exciting arts and culture. Sonoma Valley is marketed as a pastoral slice of paradise, but in spite of – or some may argue becaus more...


Community Calendar

Docent training for education program at Quarryhill
Free books in town
Ancient trees, ghost cats and the urbanization of plants at Quarryhill lecture series
Rebuilding Workshop & Resource Fair in Oakmont
Perfect Pairing: Wisdom & Wine
Perfect Pairing: Wisdom & Wine
Mayacamas Volunteer Fire department’s (MVFD) Starlight Dinner & Auction

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