By CLARK MASON THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Windsor this week joined a growing list of local and state governments urging Congress to propose a constitutional amendment to limit political spending by corporations. On a 3-1 vote, the Town Council approved a resolution that aims to undo a U.S. Supreme Court decision that conferred “personhood” status to […]
From beginner’s loop to Tour of California, Mike Stollmeyer recommends routes that start from the Town Green.
This year the world’s best cyclists– and television audiences near and far– will have a chance to appreciate the breathtaking scenery that Windsor residents enjoy every day.
Windsor’s train station doesn’t have passenger rail service yet, but it’s already dictating how the town will grow over the next 20 to 25 years.
The summer night concerts on Windsor Town Green are attracting bigger crowds than ever, but that doesn’t necessarily mean more cash in the register for nearby businesses.
In the current economic climate, individuals and households aren’t the only ones looking to cut back on utility expenses. The Town of Windsor joins the effort to conserve both funds and resources– namely, water.
When it comes to crime, Sonoma County’s youngest city likes to portray itself as one of the safest.