The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Tuesday that people in California who are 50 years old or older and those who are immunocompromised might get a second COVID-19 booster shot. This decision comes as the FDA continues to review data submitted by manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna regarding their vaccines’ efficacy in preventing COVID-19. The
The Starr Family is taking action and encouraging others to help those in Ukraine.
The City of St. Helena has partnered with Upper Valley Waste Management to throw a drive-thru event in honor Earth Day.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted to end the biannual practice of switching the clocks.
Join Bill Dodd for a virtual town hall on March 22 discussing insurance access and affordability featuring California State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara.
Agricultural waste is being disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner by a company in Napa Valley.
On Tuesday, February 15, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), will lift the indoor mask mandate, taking effect on Wednesday, February 16.
In addition to local Phase 2 Water Shortage Emergency Regulations, the Town of Yountville will also be applying the State Water Resources Control Board regulations.
They recently released information on the Bay Area for 2021, and though the Napa Valley as a whole needs some work, Yountville is leading the pack with a score of 74/100.
The Public Works Department has re-instated the Battery Recycling Drop-Off which can now be found at the Community Center lobby.