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Large downtown Napa commercial parcel for sale
par JENNIFER HUFFMAN firstname.lastname@example.org le 24/02/2016 à 7:15
A former Napa Westamerica bank site, located in back of a $100 million downtown redevelopment project on First Street, has been listed for sale.
Union protesters target Boys & Girls Club in St. Helena
par JESSE DUARTE email@example.com le 24/02/2016 à 4:45
ST. HELENA — Members of a construction union protested outside the Boys & Girls Club’s St. Helena clubhouse this week, but club representatives say the union’s claims are based on misinformation.
Family seeks answers from Petco in dog's death
par MARIA SESTITO firstname.lastname@example.org le 23/02/2016 à 11:30
Every week, three times a week, weather permitting, Joe Eaton would grab his headphones, his iPod and his two dogs – Skip and Lucy – and head to the park. The two dogs from the same litter were never apart,…
Sewer district presents rate hike information
par BARRY EBERLING email@example.com le 23/02/2016 à 11:30
Napa Sanitation District officials held an open house about proposed sewer district rate increases totaling 53 percent over five years and stood ready to answer the skeptics.
Napa-American Canyon school district to consider $269 million bond election
par NOEL BRINKERHOFF firstname.lastname@example.org le 23/02/2016 à 10:15
The Napa school board will hold a special public meeting Thursday night so trustees can consider authorizing a $269 million bond measure for the June 7 election.
$3,000 grants available to quake-proof Napa homes
par Register staff le 23/02/2016 à 4:18
SACRAMENTO – Napa homeowners can apply for incentive payments of up to $3,000 to help them strengthen their homes to better survive the next major earthquake, the California Residential Mitigation Program (CRMP) announced.
A different kind of grave robber
par MARIA SESTITO email@example.com le 23/02/2016 à 12:15
With its green lawn and canopy of trees, Tulocay Cemetery appears as an idyllic resting place for Napa’s dead, yet thieves sometimes prowl even here.