Stories on how the communities will be recovering in the weeks, months and years after the massive October 2017 wildfires.
Three months after the wildfires left thousands without homes, Sonoma County continues double-digit gains in hotel occupancy and revenue, besting strong Napa County growth, according to January figures released Wednesday.
Sudden cardiac arrest is the biggest killer on the job. Three in 10 Sonoma County residents have heart disease. Here’s a rather easy solution, writes Erin Hawkins of Petaluma Healthcare District.
Web giant Amazon’s Whole Foods takeover is driving strategy for independents. “It plays to our strengths — transparency, education, activism,” says one North Bay grocer.
About 80 food producers have had products in Sonoma County Goods subscription boxes. And wineries can co-brand with picnic packs filled with North Bay cheese, salami, crackers, chocolate or cookies.
Sonoma State University Outlook Conference is set to include a North Bay diagnosis by economist Robert Eyler and “Stories of Resilience” from local businesses that suffered losses in the fires.
Coming Home: Redwood Fire Rebuild Expo is a free all-day community-centered event geared at educating, informing, and connecting the communities affected by the recent fires with resilient, affordable rebuilding options.
Homeowners looking to rebuild after the North Bay wildfires with energy-efficiency, fire protection and water conservation in mind can attend a free Santa Rosa expo next Friday.