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Must Read Stories: Week of Feb. 17

Did you miss any of these top stories on Petaluma Patch? Here's your chance to get caught up.

 

Take a look at our picks for the must-read stories in Petaluma during the week of Feb. 17

Hotel Petaluma to Become Market Rate

Long a residence for people on a fixed income, including the disabled and the formerly homeless, the historic Hotel Petaluma will soon become a commercial hotel. But where will the 100-plus current tenants go?

19-year-old Alyssa Byrne went missing December 31 in South Lake Tahoe where she was attending a music concert with friends

City to Get New Bridge Near Downtown

The Copeland Crossing is being installed this week

Teens Arrested on Suspicion of Valentine's Day Vehicle Burglaries

Police say the teenagers, ages 16 and 17, are responsible for vehicle burglaries along Bodega Avenue on Thursday, Feb. 14

Police Warn of Bogus Magazine Solicitor

One, possibly two, individuals are selling fraudulent magazine subscriptions door-to-door

Motorist Exposes Himself to Student

The man called out to a girl as she walked home from school, exposed himself and drove away, according to police.

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