Monday, August 26
The Petaluma Public Art Committee will introduce the city's newly adopted Public Art Master Plan next month at a public forum.
The public arts program aims to incorporate art into public places highlighting Petaluma's history, environment and diversity
Tuesday, August 27
A two-month internal investigation of veteran police Lt. Dave Sears has culminated with the veteran Petaluma cop's firing.
Wednesday, August 28
Police are seeking the public's help identifying a suspect captured in surveillance photos stealing video surveillance equipment from a Petaluma Car Wash.
The suspect took three cameras valued at $1,000, police Lt. Tim Lyons said
Thursday, August 29
A motorist who was involved in a collision in Petaluma Wednesday night that knocked another vehicle on its side was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, police said.
Friday, August 30
A two-alarm blaze in downtown Petaluma on Thursday afternoon that inconvenienced motorists and will shut down a popular eatery until further notice could have been much worse if it wasn't immediately detected, Fire Chief Larry Anderson said.