Kenwood Press


Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

There’s plenty more where that came from...

Kenwood Fire Explorer Drew Haskins dished out bucketloads of crab at the Kenwood Firefighter’s Association Crab Feed on Feb. 11 at the Kenwood Fire Station. Photo by Alec Peters. more...

More News

- Dunbar seeks volunteers for ‘Read Across America’
- Meeting at Bouverie to discuss planned control burns
- Highway 37 improvements are necessary and costly
- Restore fiscal responsibility, vote for “We Are All Oakmont”
- Send in your questions for 2017 Candidates Forum

Crime Watch


An automobile parked on Cavedale Road was broken into. The right rear window was smashed. Three checkbooks were stolen, and two of them were found on the side of the road. The registration was also stolen.

January 28
A resident of Cypress Ave reported that her credit card was fraudulently used at a Marshall's department store in Vallejo.

January 29
Deputies got a call from a resident in the 3000 block of Nicolini Road. The caller said that a deputy from Colorado showed up at his door and tried to arrest him. The caller said he felt the visit might have been related to an old dispute he had with a law enforcement officer back when he lived in Colorado.

January 29
Deputies got a call form a resident in the 4000 block of Cavedale Road about nearby gunshots, one which came close to striking the caller. A deputy went out but could not fine the origin of the gunshots.

February 1
Deputies got a call from a resident in the 3000 block of Cavedale about a trespasser. The resident was sleeping in the garage when he felt someone looking at him. He saw a male suspect, and asked him what he was doing. The suspect then asked for food, grabbed a piece of cactus leaf, and began walking down the driveway, continually stopping and looking around. The caller said the suspect appeared to be under the influence of something. A deputy arrived and started searching the property for the intruder, and eventually saw the suspect hiding. The deputy told the suspect to lay on the ground, but the suspect failed to comply, and instead snd said he was leaving. The suspect then picked up a BBQ fork from the ground, which the deputy took away. Another deputy arrived to help take down the suspect, who had become very agitiated and was resisting. Eventually the suspect was restrained and taken to jail for suspicion of burglary, obstructing a peace officer, and resisting arrest.

More Crime Watch

Measure A – the medical marijuana money measure

There’s gold in the green hills of coastal Northern California, causing a stampede by California state and county governments trying to tap into the billions of dollars in potential revenue that the subterranean cannabis industry has been mining for the last 40 or 50 years. Sonoma County more...

State’s new vision for VOM Children’s Center

Center transitioning from longer-term to 10-day shelter

The Valley of the Moon Children’s Center is in the middle of a major transition, caught in the crosshairs of an overhaul to the state foster care system, which took effect on Jan. 1. The Continuum of Care Reform (CCR) act, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in Oct. 2015, is a comprehensive reform more...

Columns


Community Calendar

Ocean Night, replace your lawn
02/22/2017
more...
SIR #53 to hear about cyber security concerns
02/22/2017
more...
Comedy Bingo in Kenwood
02/24/2017
more...
Brunch on Bald returns
02/25/2017
more...
Fawn rescue benefit
02/25/2017
more...
Speakeasy Tasting Party at Orpheus Wines in Kenwood
02/25/2017
more...
Free Kenwood meditation group
02/26/2017
more...
Oscar party at Kenwood Depot
02/26/2017
more...
Oakmont Sunday Symposium
02/26/2017
more...
Last day to register for naturalist training at Sugarloaf State Park
02/28/2017
more...
Rotary Club of Glen Ellen-Kenwood meeting
03/01/2017
more...