North Bay Business Journal
June 2017 edition

Napa’s Archer Hotel debut delayed again

Ongoing construction on the $140 million project beleaguers local businesses.


Napa copes with office-space crunch

Napa’s plan to relocate staff to temporary space during construction of a new City Hall comes as available office space downtown is at a premium.

Dried winegrapes catch on as a snack

The company launched in January 2016 banking on the inspiration to turn dried winegrapes into a snack.

Wine Train plans downtown Napa resort

Owners of Napa Valley Wine Train plan a 5-story hotel near Oxbow Public Market and the CIA at Copia.


90-room Cambria planned for Napa

A Cambria Hotels & Suites location is planned for construction on a main downtown thoroughfare.

$17M Napa inmate-transition project to start

Breaking ground June 9, the new facility is intended to reduce recidivism among lower-level offenders via employment and education opportunities, decreasing the long-term need for as many beds in the future Napa County Jail.

Cooking careers are on fire

Schools for chefs and cooks in Napa and Sonoma counties can’t fill all the vacant jobs.

Sold! SF investor wins WineBid

The Napa-based online auctioneer of fine and rare wines inks a deal to be sold to investors in beverage and hospitality brands.

North Bay joblessness reaches new lows in May

Unemployment rates for North Bay counties dipped in May, reaching decades-long lows in some, according to state figures released June 16.

North Coast vineyard and winery dogs

Click through our gallery of man's best friend at local wineries and vineyards.