Videos and Galleries
A Patch community album of images from the 4th of July parade, fireworks and other events.
Images from Monday night's music performances and fireworks at Veterans Memorial Park, by Tim Thulin. Your own photos or videos welcome!
Images and results from the 18th annual Napa Valley Inline Marathon and Half Marathon July 10.
Each year chooses buildings worth preserving, and this year they have Robb McDonough documenting these treasures in photography.
Can a handful of volunteers pull off a free music festival in Napa? With the support of the bands, homeowners and community, it just might work.
Should four-footed friends continue to be welcomed at the weekly street fair? Or should Chefs' Market return to a pet-free policy?
By A look inside the Residences at Napa Riverfront.
A six-alarm fire at a Fairfield plastics plant was contained Tuesday afternoon; smoke was visible here, but Napa police said there was no local danger.
Drifting smoke from Tuesday's fire at a plastics plant in Fairfield gave Napa artist Julio Soriano the idea of creating a mock news broadcast on the All Animals Network. And he's not the only young Napan spoofing the mainstream.
Police and Fire
By teacher Mike Copithorne arrested on four counts of sexual abuse of a child under 16, according to court records.
By Napa Police Sgt. Chase Haag: “This is an ongoing investigation and may have additional victims. Therefore there is limited information being released at this time.”
By Shoplifting "is a problem for law enforcement, businesses and the community," said Napa Police Sgt. Mike Hensley.
By Motorists have the month of August to adjust to the change before police begin issuing citations in September, according to the department’s safety czar, Sgt. Paul Paniagua.
San Francisco police track suspect in Union Square art gallery theft to Napa apartment; valuable drawing recovered
By Effort to apprehend drug suspect turns into crowd upheaval at Coombs Plaza.
From the .
The following arrest information from the Napa Police Department does not indicate a conviction.
By Despite a court order preventing the children from leaving Napa, he was planning to take them to Jordan, police said. Arrest information provided by the Napa Police Department does not indicate a conviction.
By Jaime Peña, Jr., and two other defendants could get life in prison for the shooting death of 19-year-old Ricardo Gonzalez during a gang fight on Laurel Street almost four years ago.
By A similar crime occurred at about a month ago, according to police.
By Near-perfect weather all year offers fresh air for diners, and in some cases a chance to dine with your dogs.
By “It’s great for consumers and business, the less money everyone has to pay to the state," says Barbara Wiggins at the in downtown Napa.
By Take a , , or glide uphill on an electric bike. Sometimes Napans can even get a discount.
By With both expanded seating and a brew pub license in the works, is planning to offer more spirits and culinary options to its patrons in the coming months.
By Discount card offers an affordable way to enjoy boutique wines.
By Frankie's Italian Deli is no more, though the proprietors are still cooking at Napa Chefs' Market.
By has been talking with Lowe's about developing a 114,000-square-foot store north of the school's playing fields.
By It hasn't come to Napa yet, but in some other parts of the country -- and on Facebook -- there's a "war" over lemonade stands. Does local government really need to be involved?
By Would you ever hire someone named Moxie Crimefighter Jillette?
From Best Horses to the President's Trophy, 4th of July parade winners are announced from this year's entrants.
By The editor's back from vacation and catching up on all the news she missed.
By One Napan analyzes journalist Eric Lipton's article about the congressman and finds it flawed.
By What do you do about picky eaters?
By A Pennsylvania restaurant excludes small children. Does Napa need a similar establishment?
"I am standing up for what I know to be the right thing to do for all of us."
By A response to Sunday's letter to the editor by Douglas Herich.
By I had chased the elusive Best of Show award for years - and finally tasted victory.
By Our own Sweetie Pie's, in the historic Hatt Building downtown, is famous far beyond Napa city limits.
By Patch readers name their favorite fries in our fair city.
By A call to action from the chair of the Napa Local Food Advisory Council.
By My grocery budget has been slashed. Can I still serve dishes that meet my family's standards?
By When 85% of people are employed, somebody is in a great position to take advantage of these prices.
By “We have 110 patients in the adult day services. Sixty percent of those are MediCal patients," said Program Director Celine Regalia
By Napa Valley Hospice won't lose funding, but the Adult Day Services program will no longer be supported by the state after Dec. 1.
A media release from county assessor-recorder-clerk John Tuteur, announcing that the county's assessment roll for 2011-2012 shows a slight increase from the prior year in spite of a $2.31 billion decline-in-value impact.
By Two internationally-acclaimed singer/songwriters, India.Arie and Idan Raichel, performed a selection of works from their new 14-song collaborative project, Open Door, at the .
By Our final preview for this afternoon’s free music festival, rounding up artists we haven’t featured yet and linking you to all the info you need to enjoy the first-ever Napa Porchfest.
By It's never too late to get back on the golf course, no matter how long you've been away.