Reopening: Marin County Placed On California COVID-19 Watch ListGov. Gavin Newsom has announced that Marin County has been added to the list of California counties that are being closely monitored for increased COVID-19 activity.
Red Flag Warning Prompts Marin County to Close Roads, Recreation Sites MondayRestrictions on public recreation areas in Marin County have been put into effect during the red flag warning issued by the National Weather Service for elevations of 1,000 feet or more from 10 p.m. Sunday to 8 p.m. Monday.
Marin County Rolls Back June 29 COVID-19 Reopening For Some BusinessesPrompted by a spike in coronavirus cases, Marin County announced Friday it will delay the reopening of some businesses that had been told they could restart operations on July 29.
Muir Woods Set To Reopen Monday With RestrictionsMuir Woods National Monument will reopen to the public on Monday -- one of the last sites in the National Park Service to welcome people back after closing because of the coronavirus.
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Hikes, Higher Transit Fares To Proceed Amid PandemicAmid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, higher tolls at the Golden Gate Bridge, along with higher transit fares, are still slated to go into effect next month.
Reopening: Marin County To Allow More Indoor Businesses To Reopen June 29thMarin County is preparing to allow the reopening of more indoor-based businesses effective June 29, including gyms and fitness studios, hair salons and barber shops, nail salons, hotels and short-term lodging facilities, and indoor seating at restaurants.
Marin County Issues Guidelines To Reopen Indoor Dining, Salons, Gyms, Lodging June 29Indoor businesses like restaurants, hair and nail salons, gyms and short-term lodging may reopen in Marin County as early as June 29, and have new guidelines to help them mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
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.
Wealthy Marin Resort Developer Charged In Boating Incident That Killed 11-Year-Old SonA resort developer from Marin County has reportedly been charged with vehicular manslaughter and intoxicated boating in connection with the death of his son on San Francisco Bay last year.
Hundreds Flock To Stinson Beach; Marin Health Officials Concerned By Uptick In COVID-19 CasesHundreds flocked to Marin County's Stinson Beach Wednesday as temperatures soared into the low 80s under clear skies.
North Bay Gym Owners Make Adjustments Before State Releases Reopening GuidelinesGyms, yoga studios and fitness centers may not be open to the public just yet,  but during an online meeting with Gov. Gavin Newsom Wednesday, owners made it clear that physical fitness is key to good health.