Santa Barbara Reduces Water Use by 15%
City of Santa Barbara water customers successfully reduced their water usage in June by 15%.
Point Reyes Light
Boathouse restrictions lifted
The Inverness Association voted this weekend to vacate a longstanding deed restriction that banned residential use of the historic, century-old Brock's Boathouse, which bears the iconic "Launch for Hire" sign on the Inverness waterfront.
Marin Independent Journal
Marin Voice: Improving the emotional environment of classrooms
Summer is a time when parents and teachers can think about ways of making classrooms more nourishing places for adolescents next fall.
Water Crisis Update
Benjamin Franklin's aphorism that "when the well's dry, we know the worth of water" is as apt today as it was when he published it in Poor Richard's Almanack in 1746.
Greyhound rescue brings dogs and families together
"We want a dog that's a good with apartments, doesn't need a lot of attention," Joseph said, noting that because of his allergies a cat won't do, despite Danielle's love for them.
City Manager Appoints New General Manager to Lead Alameda Municipal Power
City Manager John Russo this week announced the appointment of Glenn Steiger as general manager of city-owned Alameda Municipal Power , replacing former manager Girish Balachandran who left the utility in December.
What to do when adult children move home
Madeline Hawdon leads a class on the challenges of adult children moving back home, for Chico State University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program.
Santa Barbara Residents Still Need to Conserve More Water, City Official Says
In Santa Barbara's West Beach neighborhood, most lawns of the hotels, vacation rentals and single-family homes are still a lush green, despite the city's pleas to reduce water usage and let grass die.