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43 min ago | Point Reyes Light
Richard Dillman, a radio buff who created the West Marin Disaster Council's emergency radio system in 2005, won the 2013 Lifeboat Award on Tuesday.
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4 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal
THIS IS in response to comments by former Sausalito mayors Ron Albert and Annette Rose and the League of Women Voters of Marin County's Ann Batman regarding Sausalito's Lincoln/Butte parcel.
The Marin County Sheriff's Office said the suspect of a Novato Bank robbery also is believed to have robbed two banks in Mill Valley.
The SingersMarin holiday concert is at 4 p.m. Dec. 22 at the Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium in San Rafael.
Police said Christopher Wootton, 60, of Larkspur has now been identified as the man who robbed at least three banks in Marin County over the past year.
A San Anselmo man was arrested on allegations he threatened a security guard with a knife during an alcohol theft in Mill Valley.
Living in Marin County has many benefits, one of them being the availability of fresh and varied food ingredients.
A Marin County personal trainer who fell into Bay waters off Highway 92 on Friday afternoon was charged with attempted murder after authorities said the man tried to throw his wife off the bridge when a domestic argument escalated into a car crash.
A plan to spruce up the northern entrance to the Civic Center campus while providing traffic, pedestrian, bike and other improvements got the green light from the Board of Supervisors amid a call for design and environmental details.
Released by Marin County Library The Marin County Free Library, along with City Public Libraries of Marin County and Community Partners Book Passage and Dominican University, is pleased to announce that the 2014 One Book One Marin selection has been awarded to Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer by Bay Area author, Novella Carpenter.
When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted his New Deal programs in the 1930s, John Boettiger, of Mill Valley, was just 3 years old and knew the president as "Papa."
Marin County Superior Court Judge James T. Chou ordered convicted serial killer Joseph Naso to pay the county nearly $171,000 for expenses incurred during his murder trial this year.
The 73rd Marin County Fair, themed The Happiest Fair on Earth! will offer more family fun than ever before! Dates are Wednesday, July 2 - Sunday, July 6 at the Marin County Fairgrounds.
* What: Marin's trivia master Howard Rachelson brings his game of random knowledge to Mill Valley for special Sweetwater Trivia Night.
Three-foot-tall toy soldiers stood guard, artificial snow floated down and the lights of a thousand candlepower blazed at 34 Devonshire Drive in Novato Sunday, but 4-year-old visitor Ryan DeLoryn was focused on only one thing.