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After five days of freezing temperatures, Marin County health officials Monday conferenced by phone with municipal leaders and nonprofits serving the homeless to discuss steps to protect the vulnerable if the cold persists.
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
How much do you know about Islam?
I'M NOT a finicky eater. Except for lima beans and spicy-hot food, I'm willing to try almost any food offered me.
Lynne Ashdown of Novato gets a hug from one of the 54 Italian men she cycled with across Eastern Europe.
A petition drive to limit county supervisors to 12 years in office was launched this weekend in an effort spearheaded by conservative activists.
When Edmundo Rombeiros was growing up on the Portuguese island of the Azores, Christmas was his favorite holiday.
Woody's Yogurt Place in Strawberry Village was recently honored with The International Frozen Yogurt Association 's Honor Program for their frozen yogurt quality, store cleanliness, superior customer service, and environmentally friendly business practices.
The duo behind the successful natural personal-care line Avalon Natural Products, now Avalon Organics, are enjoying the success of their new venture, Novato-based Andalou Naturals, which makes personal care products derived from fruit stem cells.
Amcor Flexibles is installing its second American Canyon production line for long-skirted Stelvin Plus aluminum screw caps, effectively doubling the production capacity for the bottle closure targeted at higher-end North Coast wines, according to plant General Manager Frederic Catteau .
Liza went on to say that she had just been diagnosed with brain stem lioma, rare form of brain cancer.
Harold Valceschini has found his fountain of youth. He needed no Ponce de Leon-esque expedition to find it, either.
This week, the council approved an incentive program that would pay $25,000 to any city staffer who voluntarily left.
Dec. 7, 1941 - a day that will live in infamy, and in the fading memories of the last two Marin survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, 72 years ago on Saturday.
Kaselionis currently serves on the board of the Women's Initiative and is president/chairwoman of the board of an organization developing a Hall of Fame devoted to history and lore of the contributions of musicians from Marin.
Dec. 06--Beso Negro "Burn It Down" This sensational album, the first full-length recording from Marin's next generation gypsy jazz band, couldn't have a more fitting title.
Freeze Warning for Marin County was issued at December 10 at 3:26AM PST