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Willie Jesse Clinton Jones, also known as Willie Jesse Curry and similar aliases, was arrested on suspicion of stalking, trespassing, resisting arrest and giving false... [Read More]
billed as a "kid-inspired Woodstock celebration" - included live music, bubble machines, stick-on tattoos and a station to tie-dye T-shirts. [Read More]
Some changes to how things are reported -- both to and by the sports department. [Read More]
The 49ers defense finished off two impressive practices in Denver but not before irritating the Broncos enough to spark a Saturday scuffle. [Read More]
Following a year full of turmoil for many Marin school districts, four new superintendents and a new interim superintendent are planning for more peaceful times... [Read More]
The preliminary concept for the former Sears site at the Northgate mall has prompted an online petition with more than 600 signatures. [Read More]
Mental-health awareness needed by governor The recent tragic shooting in Gilroy was carried out by a 19-year-old man who may have been mentally ill. He... [Read More]
Mr. Warburg, an environmental activist who fought against development in the Marin Headlands and pushed for the creation of the Point Reyes National Seashore, died... [Read More]
Marin has too many elected offices and a surplus of independent special purpose districts. It's an embarrassment of bureaucratic riches that is expensive, wasteful and... [Read More]
Less than a week after he announced that American flags on city property would fly at half-staff until Congress acts on gun violence, San Rafael... [Read More]
The We Company created Backyard San Jose, a pop-up space downtown that will feature movies, concerts and more for the next 10 weeks. [Read More]
Teachers and classified staff at Shoreline Unified School District say the district is dropping the ball regarding payments and contracts that were approved earlier this... [Read More]
Just three out of 44 cities in the region saw month-over-month growth of more than 1 percent, according to a new report from Rent Cafe,... [Read More]
As Marin students return to school, educators and health officials are hoping an additional $500,000 in state grants announced this month will help them curb... [Read More]
The HomeGoods store in Terra Linda, which has been closed since its roof collapsed in October, is set to reopen Sept. 8, according to a... [Read More]
Marin County's unemployment rate was 2.5% in July, making Marin the county with the third-lowest rate in the state, the state Employment Development Department reported... [Read More]
Marin Gardening classes: The Mill Valley Public Library offers free seasonal gardening classes most Saturdays and occasionally on Sundays. Call 415-389-4292 or go to [Read More]
She arrived at my door full of hope, promise and foam-wrapped innersprings, the mattress I'd been dreaming of, the same model I'd slept on for... [Read More]
As we tend plants in our gardens, we may get curious why a plant gets bushy when we prune it, what triggers a seed to... [Read More]
Have you seen those beige, 3-inch balls growing on oak trees? Have you seen those red beads or pods growing on manzanita leaves? They are... [Read More]
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