THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | November 27, 2017 In order to make space for up to 900 Keysight Technologies workers temporarily displaced by damage from the wildfires at its Fountaingrove headquarters, the owners of a former Hewlett-Packard facility in Rohnert Park have managed...
NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL , November 22, 2017 SOMO Village places emphasis on the health and happiness of its employees, as well as those living in the neighborhoods around it. “We focus on a goal to achieve high quality living, inspiration and...
NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL, April 11, 2017 — Exchange Bank has honored Connie Codding of Santa Rosa as winner of its Frank P. Doyle Philanthropy Award, honoring local businesses and their leaders who meet critical community needs.
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT, March 9, 2017 — Credo High School, a Rohnert Park charter that was nearly forced to close four years ago in a dispute with district officials, has secured a new lease for a larger campus that will accommodate its growing student population.
We Need to Use a Different Part of our Brain to Crack the Sustainability Challenge. Blog by Pooran Desai.
‘Buddhists may also be on to something very important for those of us interested sustainable living: we may have been using the wrong part of brain to crack the sustainability challenge. I spent a month earlier in the summer as a guest at the San Francisco Zen Center – a monastery in the heart of the city…’
The Farmster Festival celebrated and raised operating dollars for a nonprofit endeavor to create a community farm, engage children in the growing of low-cost, healthful produce and promote the expansion of small scale, farm-to-plate agriculture. Saturday (7/23/16) featured a musical feast beneath the redwoods of SOMO Village, off Petaluma Hill Road not far from Sonoma State University.
SoCo Nexus, the Rohnert Park business incubator, plans early next year to offer a four-month education program for entrepreneurs. Applications for the SoCo Nexus Accelerator program will be accepted starting in September. The program, which will cost about $1,200, is slated to begin in February.
It’s just a few hours before show time for a Michael Franti concert at the Sonoma Mountain Village Event Center in Rohnert Park. An impromptu yoga class has assembled just outside the gate when a tall, African-American man joins the group in the plaza in front of the venue.
SOMO Village | SOMO Concerts brings live outdoor music to Sonoma County at the SOMO Village Event Center. This 3,000 seat solar powered outdoor venue is the most unique and enjoyable live performance spot in the North Bay.