Napa County declares a local health emergency amid widening disruptions caused by the coronavirus.
Napa public schools are halting sports, concerts and field trips -- but not, as yet, classes.
There's a new owner for the former BurgerFi restaurant space overlooking the Napa River.
Many festivals are pausing this spring, but BottleRock organizers say they still plan to operate Memorial Day weekend.
New signs marking Napa's only locally designated historic district to be unveiled Saturday.
The railroad came to Napa Valley in the 1860s. Today, we know the train tracks as the route for the Napa Valley Wine Train, but years ago, the…
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The sale to Maison Louis Roderer will ensure that the legacy of Diamond Creek is preserved, according to the winery.
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The Napa Valley Unified School District has announced cancellations of student field trips and employee travel through April 10.
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A Napa man was arrested Tuesday in connection to the holdup of a Davis bank in October 2018, authorities said.
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di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art turns to volunteers to beautify its grounds west of Napa.
St. Helena might order water conservation measures if the city doesn't get a few more inches of rain by April 15.
Supervisors favor "earth tones" but finding acceptable colors is not an easy task.
Blood centers nationwide are urging healthy people to continue to donate blood despite concerns about the novel coronavirus.