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 […]
Windsor restaurateurs who were feeling left out of popular summer night concerts on the Town Green have found a creative solution to capture business from the thousands of people who attend.
Last month, Windsor’s Town Council endorsed the proposed county-wide ban on plastic bags. Since then several of you have shared your thoughts. Here are some of the highlights.
A 25-acre property at Windsor’s southern gateway is being eyed as a potential site for tourism and entertainment uses that could include a movie theater, hotel, and restaurants.
Windsor’s city workers will get no pay raises, be required to take mandatory time off without pay and shoulder some of their pension costs under the budget approved Wednesday.
When it comes to crime, Sonoma County’s youngest city likes to portray itself as one of the safest.