Local Services in Santa Rosa, CA

A federal judge blocked the Trump administration from processing seismic testing permits for offshore oil drilling, a setback for the administration’s efforts to assist energy companies during the shutdown.

Falling temperatures and snow make it tough to get out for a proper bike ride. Fortunately, there are a variety of indoor options that will keep you in good shape for when the warm weather returns.
Spin City Indoor Training Facility
This winter, we’ve set up a whole new indoor training facility in our Belmont location. Using state-of-the-art smart trainers, we can maximize YOUR training and fitness potential, whether your goals are fun or fondos.

Environmental Integrity Project releases new report: Utility data made public for the first time in 2018 document pollution of groundwater with toxic chemicals at all 16 TX power plants where records are available.

With more government workers turning to food banks, plus uncertain funding for SNAP, food pantries forecast higher demand.

In the sapphire-to-stygian waters that cover 70 percent of Earth’s surface, fish school in iridescent sheets, whales sing mournful tunes, and jellyfish bloom like wildflowers. The ocean is a teeming mystery that most of us rarely dip our toes in. Thankfully, underwater photographers are working to bring portraits of its inhabitants back to shore.

The heavy rain has ended and flood waters have receded, no longer posing a threat to life or property. Additional rain showers are expected through the morning and afternoon but are not expected to ...

The Trump administration wants to drill in the Arctic Wildlife National Refuge's coastal plain. Its attempts to rush the review process threatens the natural beauty of the plain and the lives and culture of the native Gwich'in people. The Sierra Club continues to support the Gwich'in as they fight this existential threat.

The National Weather Service in The San Francisco Bay Area has issued a
* Flood Warning for Urban Areas and Small Streams in... Southeastern Sonoma County in northern California...
* Until 515 ...

The heavy rain has ended and flood waters continue to recede, no longer posing a threat to life or property. Please continue to heed any road closures.

Let me start by saying this is very hard for me to share and I considered keeping it to myself, but I feel compelled to tell my story in hopes I may be able to help others. I was recently victim to a highly elaborate, international business fraud and potential kidnapping effort that seriously jeopa

Who am I? What is this? We imagine finding the answer to life's persistent questions "out there." A Savior or a sacrrd text or maybe a teacher will give us the answer which will knit the world together into a coherent whole. We look outside for something that will fix us. We just might be looking in the wrong direction.

Fresh Dungeness crab, plucked straight from the Pacific Ocean, is a Sonoma County point of pride. Crab season traditionally begins in late November, with harvest running through June, though prim

Whether it's a gentle shower or a sudden downpour, rain can be a good thing – it nourishes the wine grapes that make Sonoma County famous, covers the rolling hills with a carpet of fresh green grasses

We must protect the one Earth God gave us. Now is the time for Washington to do what is right for all people; we will be driving home that message this week and in all the weeks to come.

With the road to retirement getting more difficult to navigate, it helps to have a map of the main areas you need covered.

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