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The county has released 43 jail inmates as of Friday morning and could release more on a case-by-case basis to curb the potential spread of... [Read More]
Teddy bears are popping up in window displays at homes across the county to charm families during the COVID-19 crisis. [Read More]
The California Interscholastic Federation announced the cancellation of all spring sectional, regional and state championships on Friday in an effort to slow down the spread... [Read More]
"One of them intentionally coughed in our colleague's face, making mocking comments about the pandemic and contagion," said Cecily Stock, the headmaster at San Domenico... [Read More]
News briefs from across Marin. [Read More]
Houseplants add a small amount of oxygen to the air in your house. The process of photosynthesis converts carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates and... [Read More]
When planning a new garden, replanting a few plants or remodeling an existing garden, do it with water needs in mind as a good practice. [Read More]
Marin hairstylists are stymied during the stay-at-home order related to the coronavirus pandemic. Some families must decide: Who is the best barber in the house? [Read More]
It's early spring and Xander Wessells already has 18 flats of sugar snap peas and delicate greens growing on a table in her Mill Valley... [Read More]
Two Marin County sheriff's deputies fired their Tasers at a 44-year-old man after he refused to identify himself and became "combative," the department said. ... [Read More]
San Rafael police arrested a homeless man Thursday on allegations he set a fire in downtown and pushed officers. [Read More]
A driver who drifted off Highway 101 in Mill Valley slammed into a utility pole shutting off power to businesses along a frontage road. ... [Read More]
Curious just how far your dollar goes in Oakland real estate? Here's what you can get locally for $3,300 per month. [Read More]
Plus: I have to stalk my own daughter on Facebook. [Read More]
Local schools are set to receive about $565,000 to bolster distance learning programs and school operations... [Read More]
Experts say early physical distancing measures in Bay Area and California appear to be limiting virus' spread there. [Read More]
The Richardson's Bay Regional Agency has filed its plan to keep the anchorage clear of marine debris and derelict vessels after months of discussions with... [Read More]
Bedridden for nearly two weeks, Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis says his experience being sickened with the new coronavirus has reinforced his... [Read More]
The state had extended the deadline for certifying the election until April 23 because of the pandemic. [Read More]
Rough Linen in San Rafael is making and donating safety gear to ease a supply crunch during the coronavirus crisis. [Read More]
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