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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

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On the Left: In loco plutocracy

As I've often written, I'm offended by all the money sloshing around in our political system. To me it's our nation's third period of plutocracy, that is, rule by the rich from behind the scenes.

Napa Valley Reboot: After the fires

I was driving through the Napa-Sonoma wine country in mid-December when a low, dark cloud drifted into my peripheral vision. It was over a vineyard and seemed to be billowing - a scary sight after the October wildfires that killed at least 43 people and burned more than 245,000 acres in Northern California.

Up to 4,000 in Napa took part in this yeara s Womena s March

Thousands of people from all over the Bay Area took to the streets of Napa for the Women's March Napa Valley down Third Street. NAPA >> It was just about one year ago today that Donald J. Trump became the 45th President of the United States, sparking women's marches all over the country.

Vallejoa s a steampunka mayor swears in Chambera s new board, officers

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Newly installed Vallejo Chamber of Commerce board members and officers pose on stage on Friday at the 143rd Installation Dinner event at the Dan Foley Cultural Center. The prize for the best decorated table at the 143rd Annual Vallejo Chamber of Commerce Installation Dinner on Friday, went to the steampunk-themed City of Vallejo, which even had city officials, including Mayor Bob Sampayan, decked out in steampunk.

5 sensational new Napa and Sonoma wineries to visit

A picnic on the Liana Estates property in Napa's Carneros region offers gorgeous views, chilled wine and Carneros-inspired treats. Sip wine, play bocce and kick back at Liana Estates, the stunning new winery from second-generation vintners and sisters Lisa and Ariana Peju.

'Big Sonia' looks at Holocaust survivor's choice to influence others

"I didn't know the specifics," the filmmaker said. "I heard a lot of stories about some of the things that happened when she was there."

Napa womena s march Saturday prompts bus route changes

Due to scheduled road closures for the Women's March Napa Valley in downtown Napa on Saturday, Vine Transit buses that normally operate on Third Street will run on First Street starting at 9 a.m., with temporary stops at Seminary and Main Streets, agency officials announced. The Seminary stop is the nearest to Napa City Hall, where the march is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. Routes 1, 2 , 3 and 8 are affected by the detour, which will remain in place until Napa police re-open Third Street.

Unemployment up slightly, but still relatively low in Solano, Napa

Unemployment rose slightly in both Solano and Napa counties in December, though it remains lower than expected in both, according to the latest figures from the California Employment Development Department, released Friday. Solano County's jobless rate was 4.1 percent in December, up from 3.9 percent in November, and below the year-ago estimate of 5.1 percent.

Carl Kanowsky: Some worthwhile sacrifices for wine

Some days, the sacrifices I make for you, my loyal readers, are so overwhelming that I must give them voice. Yesterday was such an occasion.

Silver Oak Alexander Valley Winery in Healdsburg, Calif. Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018.

Fermentation tanks at Silver Oak Alexander Valley Winery's facility in Healdsburg. The winery's interior and a view of the vineyards.

Superfood bar opens in Sonoma's Maxwell Village

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County approves letter to Gov. Brown

LAKE COUNTY >> Lake County recently approved to send a regional letter requesting a state budget for counties impacted by the October wildfires to Gov. Jerry Brown and the CalOES Director Mark Ghilarducci. Lake County approves to send a regional letter to Gov. Jerry Brown and the CalOES Director Mark Ghilarducci in regards to a state budget request for counties who were impacted by the fire.

Continued rent increases in Vallejo, Solano County, Napa area shrinks a affordablea options

Rents in the Vallejo area continue rising, threatening to eliminate what may be the only relatively affordable housing market in the Bay Area, according to an industry publication's year-end report. Having analyzed rents in more than 50 Bay Area cities, RENTCafé found that while "rent growth slowed down in pricey markets like San Jose or San Francisco, the Bay Area's most expensive cities saw rents decrease," officials said in an email.

3 ways to make the perfect bowl of cassoulet

Roasted fennel sausage, cannellini bean ragout and garlic pangrattato, paired with 2015 Montafi Zinfandel, by Seghesio Family Vineyards executive chef Peter Janiak. Roasted fennel sausage, cannellini bean ragout and garlic pangrattato, paired with 2015 Montafi Zinfandel, by Seghesio Family Vineyards executive chef Peter Janiak.

New North Bay Ikea logistics center seeks to hire dozens of warehouse workers

The new Ikea warehouse opening soon in American Canyon needs several dozen warehouse workers and is holding a job fair next month to find them, Mandy Le of the American Canyon Chamber of Commerce said. The parking lot of the new Ikea logistics center in American Canyon will not likely be this empty again, once the facility opens next month, since it will operate 10 to 18 hours seven days per week.

In Palo Alto, they'll be going up against Gott's, Kirk's, Clarke's, Umami, the Oasis -- and more

The Peninsula burger field is a packed one, and now we have another entrant on the horizon, with the popular Shake Shack coming to Palo Alto's Stanford Shopping Center this fall. Will Shake Shack stand out or go the way of another cult fave, Steak N Shake, which lasted a year in Daly City and only four months in Campbell? We counted at least 10 burger options nearby - some right there on El Camino Real.

Anson: Jesse Katz - Remember the name

Jane Anson meets a hotly tipped young winemaker who has already produced one of the most expensive wines in the world. In recent years, the world's most expensive wines have included a bottle of ChA teau Margaux 1787, which you might remember was valued at $225,000 after being spilled by wine merchant William Sokolin at the Four Seasons hotel in New York, a 1947 Cheval Blanc that was auctioned in Geneva for $305,000, and an Imperial of 1992 Screaming Eagle that went for $500,000 back in 2008.

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