Latest storm is soaking entire region, prompting a brief flash flood warning in the South Bay.
One home truth for all of Northern California after weekend storm: The drought’s a long way from over.
A ‘drought denter’ arrives as elsewhere, a large California contingent takes part in the Winter Games.
Showers break historic dry spell in Sacramento. Month likely to end as driest in San Francisco history.
Keep your fingers crossed: We’ve got a decent shot at some actual moisture falling out of the sky.
Drizzle spoiled your Easter egg hunt. You stepped in puddles on your way to work on Thursday. And the petals fell off your drenched camellias. So, have we finally gotten enough rain? Longtime Californians shake our heads at such questions. We know that it’s all about the snow pack, which hasn’t been good enough this […]
The first autumn rains hit the Bay Area Monday, leaving some North Bay winemakers scrambling to get their grapes in as the first drops fell. Under a sky thick with dark clouds, winemaker James Hall of Patz & Hall wine company in Sonoma, is all smiles. “With this pinot noir vineyard,” Hall said. “I am […]
Navy Considers Medal, 65 Years After a Heroic Act (Bay Citizen) Carl E. Clark, 94, served in World War II to defend America, not to win glory. “We just figured it was a war that had to be won,” said Mr. Clark, who lives in Menlo Park. Now the veteran, a remarkably modest man with […]