Marin News from the Marin IJ
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Those who pay to cross the Golden Gate Bridge in the coming years are likely to see annual toll increases as the administration grapples with personnel costs, a money-losing transit system and capital projects to keep up the aging icon.
COUNTY PARKS OFFICIALS contend critics of a new trails plan don't know what they're talking about, but Devin Wilson of Woodacre begs to differ.
A truck accident just north of Nick's Cove in Point Reyes closed Highway 1 for three hours Friday night, according to law enforcement officials.
The district attorney's office has dismissed charges against two San Rafael residents who were arrested along with a suspected bank robber last month.
Tuesday is the deadline to pay the first installment of the Marin County 2013-2014 property tax bill.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued the season's fifth winter Spare the Air alert for Sunday.
For Sue Averell, of Fairfax, having a space at the ICB Artists Association studios in Sausalito fulfills a dream she wholeheartedly began to follow about 14 years ago.
A former San Rafael resident whose rental home burned to ruins on the day of eviction proceedings was denied a new trial Friday in Marin Superior Court.
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.
VIVIENNE HARR, 9, of Fairfax is being featured in a film called "Stand With Me" about her bottled Make A Stand Lemon-Aid, which raises money for organizations that fight modern-day slavery around the world.
The Ross Valley Sanitary District responded to a 59,000-gallon sewage spill from a damaged pipe near 22 Nokomis Ave.
One Marinwood family known for their over-the-top Disney-themed decor is pitting their holiday display against 19 others nationwide as part of a televised competition premiering Monday night on the ABC network.
The cost of analyzing a controversial Tiburon ridgetop subdivision proposal continues to skyrocket as officials call for more information.
Central Marin police are investigating an interrupted burglary Friday at a residence in San Anselmo.The incident occurred at about 1 p.
Carol Brandt, of San Rafael, has announced that she no longer plans to run for the 1st District county supervisorial seat in next year's election.
A family of six escaped without injury early Friday morning as a home in the Santa Venetia neighborhood of San Rafael caught fire, according to a press release from the city of San Rafael.
With titles like 'Chaos into Calm' and 'Even Though it All Went Wrong,' Jennifer Libby Fay attempts to create contemplative works that energize and restore.
After spending three weeks on the frigid East Coast, Terry Egan and her daughter, Elena Gnatek, said Marin's cold spell isn't so bad.
The Fairfax Town Council spent Wednesday night reviewing a proposal for a new Chevron station and convenience store in downtown Fairfax, but took no action.
Marin residents carried heavy hearts Thursday after learning that former South African president Nelson Mandela died at age 95.