From Prison to College

Education opportunities in and out of incarceration can transorm lives By Albert Gregory The incarceration system is a complicated institution. When a person enters prison, their life is often changed forever. Hope for a promising future may feel like a fleeting memory.  Whether incarcerated as a youth or an adult, education has been a life

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By Albert Gregory Activists and local area residents gathered at the Andy Lopez mural Sunday in Roseland to show support for Measure P and demand more accountability and transparency from the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department at the “Say Their Names!” protest.  The protest in Santa Rosa consisted of a call and response of names, randomly

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Santa Rosa Finishes shift to district-based elections

By Albert Gregory Santa Rosa will complete the transition from electing at-large city council members to the now district-based representatives when they vote on Nov. 3 to decide who will fill the final seats.  After Shenkman & Hughes, a Malibu law firm, threatened to sue the city and dozens of other local California governments, claiming

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misleading data shows covid-19 cases drop in latino population

By Albert Gregory In Sonoma County the Latino population’s proportion of coronavirus cases has recently decreased due to aggressive community-based outreach and a rise in COVID-19 cases among Non-Latino populations, according to officials in Sonoma County’s media briefing Monday. The COVID-19 cases the Latino population made up has dropped from 77% in June to 51%

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