Sonoma Independent Wins Journalism Awards for 6th Straight Year SF Press Club awards our public interest news site five Greater Bay Journalism Awards

Posted by - October 10, 2021

On October 5, the San Francisco Press Club announced its winners for the 2021 Greater Bay Journalism Awards for work published in NorCal media during the 2020 calendar year. The, won five awards in the contest’s non-daily news media sector. This is the sixth straight year that the Sonoma Independent has won awards in

Sonoma Independent Wins SF Press Club Award for Analysis of Trump’s Career of Fake News-Making

Posted by - December 16, 2019

Last month, the Sonoma Independent won two first place awards for digital media during the San Francisco Press Club’s 42nd annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards Dinner, held on November 7th, 2019. First place for the Digital Media: Feature Story/Serious Nature category (for work that appeared in 2018) went to Sonoma Independent’s editor Jonathan Greenberg’s

Sonoma Independent Wins Top Journalism Award for Political Column on Clinton’s Risky VP Choice Greater Bay Journalism Awards Also Gives This Website Prizes for General Excellence, Leonard Cohen Profile and Sonoma County 2016 Election Coverage

Posted by - April 12, 2018

The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club recently announced the winners of its 40th Annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards. The Sonoma Independent won four awards, including its first “Digital Media Overall Excellence Award.” The Sonoma Independent’s editor Jonathan Greenberg won First Place in the political columnist category for the July 24, 2016 column,  “In Bypassing Warren As

Sonoma Independent Wins Greater Bay Journalism Award for Library Story Column About Supervisors Refusal to Fund Restoration of Library Hours Despite Record Budget Surplus Wins First Place Award

Posted by - October 14, 2016

The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club awarded the new Sonoma Independent its first two journalism awards this month during its 39th Annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards ceremony in Foster City. The story, published in May, 2015, was titled, “Despite Record Budget Surplus, Supervisors Refuse to Restore Library Hours,”  and won First Place for the “Columns-News/Political”