Black Funky Friday
Funky Fridays takes a hit in park management dispute
On Friday, July 24, 200 or more people driving up to see 10 Foot Tone play their brand of the blues at Sugarloaf's popular Funky Fridays were turned away, being told that a 125-person limit is now in effect for the summer concerts. That limit is likely to remain in effect through the remai more...
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- Don’t fence me in (or out)
Three pygmy goats were reported wandering loose on Clyde Ave. The caller said he unsuccessfully tried to approach the goats, and that the animals were heading towards Laurel Ave. The caller then reported he saw trailer heading toward the goats, probably to pick them up.
An unknown RV was parked in an easement area between two properties in the 100 block of Warm Springs Road for 4-5 hours. A deputy contacted the RV owner who osaid that someone was on the way to pick up the vehicle.
A resident in the 4000 block of Warm Springs Road reported that he had returned home and found that someone had broken into his home through a window. Various devices had been stolen, inluding two laptops and an iPad.
Community weighs in on Shaw Park dog area
About 50 people showed up for an evening meeting on Aug. 10 at Shaw Park to discuss the pros and cons of possibly designating an off-leash area for dogs at the park. The meeting was prompted by what parks officials said were numerous requests from dog owners to be able to have their dog more...
New owner for idle winery property
For the second time within the last two years, an idle 15-plus acre property approved in the late 1990s for a winery off of Sonoma Highway across from Oakmont will have a new owner. The currently unused land was approved for a 125,000 case winery back in 1999, but legal disputes between more...