Restaurants, wineries, hair salons and other businesses took to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to let customers know how they’ll be affected by the shutdown.
Going into the giving season, the coronavirus pandemic has amplified the needs of a community still reeling from years of devastating wildfires.
It’s a bitter pill for restaurateurs who have spent weeks anticipating some semblance of normalcy.
Local writers, artists, yoga instructors and massage therapists are connecting with people through online classes and get-togethers.
With restaurant orders down to almost nothing, farmers need your help, and they're making it easy.
As many are now staying home, Big Bottom Market owner and cookbook author Michael Volpatt is taking to social media to share a taste of his Guerneville restaurant.
Sonoma-based eateries, including The Girl & The Fig, among first to close amid coronavirus pandemic.