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Napa has a Mediterranean climate with cool, wet winters and very warm, dry summers. Its climate makes it perfect for growing grapes in vineyards to make wine. Thecity of Napa had become a business and economic center by the early 1900s. One of the main strongholds of the region was wine. And as agricultural and wine interests grew, so did light industry, banking, commercial and retail activity. Notable residents of Napa have included actor Robert Redford and celebrity chef Michael Chiarello.

Population: 72585
Local Newspapers: The Napa Valley Register Napa county Reporter
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings
Local Colleges: Napa Valley College

Zip Codes associated with napa, california: 94559
Towns/Cities near napa, california : Sonoma Yountville American Canyon Temelec Eldridge

Napa News
Proposed sign code change opens opportunity for businesses further from I-80

The Dixon Planning Commission will consider expanding the number of Dixon businesses that may be allowed to advertise on multi-tenant freeway signs. The city's existing signs have several empty advertising slots, largely due to the restrictive nature of the code, according to city staff.

Bill would help medical centers, providers during disasters

The latest in wildfire reaction legislation was introduced this week to help local health clinics and providers serve their patients during disasters. "I am truly inspired by the rapid mobilization of health care and emergency response teams that I witnessed during the fires.

After a house fire, I was grateful for the experts who knew what they were doing

An engineering manager with the County of Napa Planning, Building and Environmental Services Department red tags a home destroyed in the Atlas fire in Napa, Calif. on October 13, 2017.

Get the scoop on Stone Brewing's new digs in Napa, a nitro beer can and more.

Looking for some new beery adventures this spring? Keep an eye peeled for mrzenbiers - March beers - and the first bock sighting, a traditional sign of the spring season. In many places, the release of the bocks is celebrated with a "Blessing of the Bock" ceremony, though I've yet to run across one here.

Judge will decide if accused Bay Area double murderer goes to trial or mental institution

Over the next few weeks, a Contra Costa judge will face a decision of great consequence: find a man accused of two murders mentally unfit to stand trial and give him a slim chance for freedom, or find him competent and send him on the way to a potential death sentence. At the center of it all is Marc Carr, 29, a San Pablo resident accused of two murders, an attempted murder, kidnapping, and of assaulting a jail guard while attempting to escape the Martinez jail.

Miminashi: Napa's little-known gem

In his Between Meals column, Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer writes about the restaurants he visits each week as he searches for the next Top 100 Restaurants. His main dining reviews, written after three or more visits, appear in the Sunday Food + Home section.

Grey Mountain Partners acquires CHEP Recycled

CHEP Recycled is the largest whitewood pallet recycler in North America, with a footprint of 73 locations and 2,400 employees. Australia-based Brambles announced mid-January 2018 that it had entered into an agreement to sell a portion of its CHEP Recycled pallet recycling business unit to Grey Mountain Partners for $115 million, subject to due diligence-related final adjustments.

2017 grape harvest down, but prices up in Mendocino County

While Chardonnay is the "dominant varietal" in Mendocino County, the most valuable is the Pinot Noir at $3,267/ton in 2017. At least in terms of the 2017 harvest, October's devastating fires "had very limited impact on the total grape harvest in Mendocino County," according to an analysis prepared by the Mendocino WineGrowers, Inc. of the Preliminary Grape Crush Report released this month.

Napa, California, council approves compost facility upgrades

Napa, California, city council has approved a major upgrade to its composting operations at the city recycling center, a report by the Napa Valley Register says . The $10.4 million upgrade at Napa Recycling and Waste Services will replace the current open-air composting with a concrete slab and 1-foot-deep top layer of mature compost meant to mitigate odors and stormwater runoff.

Wineaux: Finding wine from complicated places

A few months ago, I picked up a bottle of wine from Macedonia and searched my woefully uninformed brain for information about this region, which I assumed to be part of or very near Greece. If I had an iPhone, I would have looked it up , but by the time I got home to my computer, I had noticed the tiny "Product of Greece" on the bottle.

North Coast winegrape crop hits $1.5B new record

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Travis base kicks off 75th anniversary year

The celebration was not just a celebration of Travis Air Force Base's 75 years of defending the country, but also a thank you to the community that has supported it for so long. "We could not have made it without the support from our community," the 60th Air Mobility Wing's commander, Col.

742 Adagio Way in Green Valley- Fairfield - Open House Sunday 1-4PM

This is a unique property located minutes from Napa. This was the builder's "showcase model home" for this floor plan with many amenities/upgrades not offered to others.

Bill aims to protect drinking water access

SACRAMENTO >> Senator Bill Dodd introduced a new bill to protect access to drinking water for households. The bill would enact a sweeping slate of consumer protections to ensure that families struggling to pay their water bills are given time and options before their water service is disconnected.

Pursuit from Napa ends in Fairfield with man's arrest

A 30-year-old Napa man was expected to be booked into Solano County jail sometime Thursday evening after being treated at a local hospital for dog bites from a Fairfield canine officer. Eugene Nieves was arrested about 11:15 a.m. by the California Highway Patrol on suspicion of evading a peace officer, resisting arrest and hit-and-run - all stemming from a pursuit that started in Napa and continued on eastbound Interstate 80. A CHP cruiser used a Pursuit Intervention Technique manuever, a kind of bump technique that forces a driver to lose control of his vehicle, to stop the car.

Pacific Association open tryout dates announced

On April 21st at Albert Park in San Rafael, CA, the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs will host its annual league-wide tryout camp for all accomplished baseball players interested in playing at the professional level. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and feature a half-day skills assessment followed by a round-robin scrimmage.

Pre-Valentine's weekend wine tasting opportunities

Galatea Effect, which by the way means meeting the high expectations one places on oneself, is taking part in Vine Alley's 'exclusive weekend tasting package.' This pre-Valentine's weekend offers lots of wine tasting from Sonoma Plaza to Eighth Street East.

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