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The single largest local campaign donation in North Bay history was just made to defeat Measure I on the March 3 Marin and Sonoma ballots.... [Read More]
If you are one of those Bay Area types who likes to drink Fernet Branca, or a cocktail aficionado who enjoys a Scotch Manhattan (a... [Read More]
Plus: She was assaulted at my sleepover, and I feel bad about how I acted. [Read More]
In a tight battle between third-place squads, Mya Peace proved to be the difference in the second half, putting up six points and 12 rebounds... [Read More]
The agency will decide next month whether to implement several fare changes for its specialty transit services as well as expand eligibility for its low-income... [Read More]
Supporters say Measure A would provide stable funding for critical school programs for the next eight years. Critics say the district has not maintained the... [Read More]
Residents in most of West Marin will begin paying 30% more for recycling services this month following action by the Marin County Board of Supervisors. [Read More]
Volunteers are building a cluster of tiny homes for the homeless on a median behind a Burger King in Oakland. [Read More]
The past week in basketball delivered big-time scoring performances, dramatic buzzer beaters and the top players in the league keeping their teams on course for... [Read More]
Standings for prep basketball, soccer and wrestling. [Read More]
News briefs from across Marin. [Read More]
Dozens of local volunteers turned out to clear weeds and restore habitat in Marin City as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Day... [Read More]
After six years of both turmoil and triumph, Ross Valley School District Superintendent Rick Bagley is retiring from his post, effective July 1. "It has... [Read More]
San Geronimo golf: No on Measure D Returning from a family holiday in the Midwest, I was reminded again how very special Marin County is.... [Read More]
A year ago this month, on an unusually bright day in San Francisco's Outer Sunset, I discovered Hook Fish, a then 1½–old seafood shack with... [Read More]
We are lucky that in our national parks, when you want to get out into nature, the sounds of nature are what you usually hear. [Read More]
Leslie Purchase realized that she was in her own little bubble when it came to her beliefs and biases. So the Strawberry resident did something... [Read More]
College of Marin trustees will hear a presentation from the Friends of Kentfield Kids and Creeks group at their board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday,... [Read More]
With the holidays now well behind us, have you had time to look at any internet-connected video games and virtual reality toys that were received... [Read More]
People who eat a ketogenic diet love chaffles, and so do gluten-free eaters. What started as a trend for those who follow restrictive diets, however,... [Read More]
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