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The founders of Esterlina Vineyards and Winery allege Bank of the West steered the Healdsburg winery into costly high-interest loans because they are black.
A notoriously congested five-mile stretch of Highway 101 south of Petaluma may be widened in the near future, thanks to a new agreement.
A reverse merger offers a faster, cheaper alternative to an initial public offering.
According to new figures, unemployment rates continue to fall across the North Bay as job growth remains steady.
A Novato biotech startup found its way to public stock trading by hooking up with a cigar company.
Purchase of 500 apartments in two complexes represents Santa Rosa-based investors long-term play in Oklahoma City area.
A public meeting to consider subcontracting management functions to an outside entity was abruptly canceled.
Lois Wigdahl and Gary Passarino have run the Healdsburg law firm for nearly 25 years.
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