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34 min ago | Examiner.com
An internationally observed holiday is coming this Sunday, and it doesn't have anything to do with Jesus rising from the dead.
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4 hrs ago | Samoa News
Checking out The Magic Flute, a San Rafael, California music store I saw a bizarre ukulele with heavy thick strings, called a U-Bass.
9 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal
I RECENTLY LOOKED at conflicting public opinion polls conducted by candidates for county supervisor in the Novato-centered 5th District.
A DMV document for a $550 used car, a court summons with an apparently incorrect address, and a minor traffic stop in San Rafael were enough to land a Ross man in jail Tuesday on a felony warrant.
The following is a news release from the County of Marin: The Marin County Community Development Agency is embarking on the next phase of a plan to meet housing needs at all income levels in unincorporated areas of the County, and a community workshop is being held at 1 p.m. April 26 in San Rafael.
Artists from the Industrial Center Building and Marin Open Studios will hold a fundraiser for DrawBridge from 5 to 8 p.m. April 26 at the Bon Air Shopping Center, 292 Bon Air Center.
A self-portrait by Dieter Zander of San Rafael, who calls his massive stroke in 2008 a 'stroke of grace,' Photo by Dieter Zander 'I am comfortable, finally, in my own imperfect skin,' writes Dieter Zander of San Rafael in his slim book, 'A Stroke of Grace.'
DeeDee Severdia is all smiles after finishing her taxes at the Novato Human Needs Center on Monday, Apr. 14, 2014, in Novato, Calif.
Tom Hubert became wealth management program director for Redwood Credit Union in March, overseeing a division managing approximately $385 million in assets across 6,000 households.
County supervisors have called for bids on "microsurfacing" various roadways in Marinwood, Lucas Valley and Santa Venetia to combat weathering and pavement cracking.
That's because a "rotating emergency shelter" program hosted by the society and local churches to accommodate the homeless during winter closes for the season then, leaving the destitute with no place to go amid uncertainty about whether local government will provide a solution.
More than 60,000 union members living in the North Bay are expected to receive a slate mailer in the coming weeks bearing recommendations for who they should vote for in the June primary.
Assemblyman Marc Levine is seeking support in Sacramento for a bill that would make the county of Marin, San Rafael and Novato the only jurisdictions in the state exempt from a state law designed to promote the development of affordable housing.
This is my totally overgrown day lily bed that needs dividing. A recently divided plant awaits a new home.