Marin News from the Marin IJ
Updated: 22 min 59 sec ago
WILL BOEMER of San Rafael, who began living openly as a gay man in Texas in the mid 1960s, has lost three former partners, several close friends, and a cousin to AIDS.
Marin County officials are planning a community forum Tuesday to discuss the implementation of Assembly Bill 4, an immigration bill also known as the Trust Act.
San Rafael police Officer Kevin MacDougald is passionate about cracking down on people driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and made his 100th DUI arrest of the year this week.
Hordes of shoppers waiting outside Best Buy, packing Target parking lots and lining up all the way across Old Navy on Thursday gave way to smaller crowds and lines on Friday as the holiday shopping season began with a bang in Marin.
Novato's former fire chief filed a lawsuit this week against the Novato Fire District for defamation and fraud, claiming board members falsely said he made expenditures in violation of district policies and misused public funds.
Caltrans will close part of the Manzanita Park and Ride lot in Southern Marin beginning Sunday for one week to prevent cars from flooding as has occurred in previous years.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued the season's fourth winter Spare the Air alert for Saturday.
A man was arrested on allegations he vandalized bicycles and assaulted a security guard at the San Rafael Transit Center.
More than six months after a distinctively dressed body was found in the Marin Headlands, coroner's investigators have yet to order its burial because they haven't given up on identification efforts.
Healthy eating options elude Marin's poor
In a scene not that different from those in homes across the country, folks at the San Rafael St. Vincent de Paul Society free dining room enjoyed turkey, garlic mashed potatoes and other Thanksgiving fare Thursday.
Managing the tule elk at the Point Reyes National Seashore has become an increasing source of concern in West Marin as ranchers worry about the damage marauding herds are doing to their lands.
FOR NEARLY 100 years, the young people of Mill Valley have been gathering in Scout Hall, one of the oldest buildings in town.
A Novato woman was arrested on allegations of robbing a victim at a bus stop after her request for money was denied.
Marin County's Kyleigh Kuhn has been selected as a worldwide "Model for Peace" by Gap Inc. clothing company.