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American Airlines will expand its flight options out of Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport when it begins offering direct service to Dallas and Los Angeles starting next year.
Year-over-year data usually say better reflect growth or decline than change between months, but October local hospitality industry figures, particularly for Napa County, underscore how different last year was from this year or 2016. But industry struggles linger.
After immersing dozens of Sonoma County high school seniors in the disciplines and skills needed to be hireable trainees for the building trades, North Bay Construction Corps is expanding to Napa, Marin, Mendocino and Lake counties.
Eddie Lampert's $4.6 billion bid to salvage bankrupt Sears, which has North Bay locations, would come with an important condition: a full release from liability over controversial deals his fund made before the 125-year-old retailer filed for Chapter 11 reorganization.
Jason Wells will preside over two Adventist Health hospitals in Mendocino County next year.
More and more, insurance companies are casting a wary eye on Californian homeowners who live in wildfire-prone areas, choosing not to renew policies or drop some homeowners' coverage altogether.