2 Arrested In Overnight Burglary Of Larkspur Bike Shop; $30,000 In Bikes StolenTwo men were arrested on suspicion of breaking into a bicycle shop in downtown Larkspur and stealing several bikes early Monday morning after the shop owner saw them on surveillance footage and notified authorities.
COVID Shutdown: 'Disappointed' Marin Parents Take Kids On Last Trip To A Playground For 2020With less than 24 hours before Marin County joins the Bay Area shut down, many parents made their last trip of 2020 to the playground with their children on Monday. Some worry this latest lockdown is going too far.
Larkspur Man Reportedly Assaulted After Telling Jogger to Wear a MaskA Larkspur man told Marin County park rangers this week that he was assaulted for telling a jogger on the Gertrude Ord Trail to put on a face mask.
Sir Francis Drake High Sign Taken Down After Statue Removed From Larkspur LandingIn the predawn darkness, a Larkspur city work crew removed a large statue of Sir Francis Drake from Larkspur Landing early Wednesday morning.
Marin Protesters Seek Renaming Of Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Over His Role In Slave TradeProtesters rallied in Larkspur in support of the removal of the Sir Francis Drake sculpture in the city and also advocated for the renaming of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.
Arson Suspect in Custody After 6 Brush Fires Set in Larkspur, Corte MaderaPolice detained a 61-year-old man Saturday morning in connection with six brush fires set overnight in Corte Madera and Larkspur.
Airporter Bus Catches Fire In Larkspur, Causes Major Delays Near Highway 101A Marin Airporter bus caught fire in Larkspur early Wednesday afternoon, causing significant traffic delays on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, fire officials said.
SMART To Resume Overnight Train Testing To Dismay Of Some ResidentsSonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit will resume overnight testing Friday and Saturday for its rail crossing warning equipment and train control system between San Rafael and Larkspur.
Overnight Testing Begins Along SMART Train's New Larkspur ExtensionIt is a relatively short extension for SMART, but a pretty significant leap for regional transit--the North’s Bay’s commuter rail system is about to reach Larkspur, and neighbors will soon start hearing it.
Residents Of Marin County Mobile Home Park Panicking Over Rent IncreasesTenants of a mobile home park in Marin County are panicking over rent increases that may cause some to lose their homes. It is a group of people who are especially vulnerable to the housing crisis.
Long Lines Greet Shake Shack Opening In LarkspurMove over In-And-Out, there is a new burger joint in town. The line of hungry and curious Marin County residents stretched for nearly two blocks Wednesday afternoon at Shake Shack's newest franchise in Larkspur.
Former Convent in Larkspur Becomes Shelter for Homeless SeniorsThe Marin charitable organization Homeward Bound and Larkspur’s St. Patrick's Catholic Church have teamed up to give homeless seniors a Christmas gift -- a roof over their heads.
Police Seek Help Finding Cold Case Killer Of Larkspur GrandmotherCentral Marin authorities issued a plea Wednesday for the community's assistance in finding the killer of a 92-year-old grandmother found stabbed to death in her Larkspur apartment in 1993.
San Francisco Bay Ferries Are Reaching CapacityThe rush to catch a Bay Area ferry is getting more crowded by the day.
SMART Gets Grant For Rail Service To LarkspurSonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit has been awarded $22.5 million to connect the passenger train service between the San Rafael train station to the Golden Gate Bridge District’s Larkspur Ferry Terminal.