Marin County Reports 1st COVID-19 Death Since May, Person Was UnvaccinatedMarin County health officials announced Friday the first COVID-19 death in the county in more than two months and that the Delta variant is driving a rise in cases.
UPDATE: Dolcini Fire Burning Near Novato in Marin County Grows to 35 AcresA wildfire burning in a rural area of Novato Wednesday afternoon has grown to 35 acres and is 40% contained, according to authorities.
Marin County Launches Project to Identify, Rectify Historically Racist PoliciesMarin County officials announced this week they are going over its policies to identify and fix any that prevented people of color from purchasing homes and led to segregated neighborhoods.
COVID: 92% With At Least 1 Dose Of Vaccine In Marin County; Delta Variant Rises Among UnvaccinatedMarin County health officials said while over 9 in 10 eligible residents have at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, cases of the more contagious Delta variant are growing among the unvaccinated.
Marin Water Board Approves Tighter Irrigation RestrictionsThe Marin Water board of directors on Wednesday announced it has unanimously adopted new irrigation restrictions to preserve the region's water supply.
Marin County Pushes Back Sales Tax Extension Measure For Parks To 2022 PrimaryA proposed ballot measure that would extend funding for Marin County parks, open spaces and farmland stalled in a Board of Supervisors special meeting Tuesday.
Drought: Transbay Pipeline, Desalination Plant Could Boost Marin's Dwindling Water SupplyCommunities across the state are desperately searching for ways to make their dwindling water supplies last. In Marin County, one water district is considering sources that they’ve looked to in the past.
Marin County Inspectors Go Door-to-Door Checking for Fire HazardsMarin County has gone all-in when it comes to wildfire prevention, kicking off a county-wide home inspection program designed to protect communities against disaster.
Marin County Reports Zero COVID-19 Patients In Hospital For First Time In 13 MonthsOn the eve of the full reopening of California's economy, health officials in Marin County announced there are zero COVID-19 patients in county hospitals for the first time in over a year.
Marin Firefighters Quickly Control Brush Fire Along Highway 101 Near SausalitoFirefighters in Marin County contained a small brush fire that broke out near Sausalito Friday afternoon.
UPDATE: Forward Progress Stopped of Brush Fire in Novato Near Big Rock RidgeMultiple fire crews have stopped the forward progress of a brush fire burning on a hillside near Novato late Friday morning, according to authorities.
COVID Vaccine: Marin County Handing Out Gift Cards To Those Getting VaccinatedMarin County Health and Human Services are handing out gift cards to entice residents to get vaccinated this week.
West Marin School Superintendent Bob Raines Suspected Of Committing Lewd Act With A ChildThe Marin County Sheriff's Office confirmed the Tuesday arrest of the Shoreline Unified School District Superintendent on suspicion of lewd acts with a child.
Marin County Cattle Ranchers Selling Off Parts Of Herd Because Of DroughtThe seriousness of the drought can best be seen in the pastures of West Marin County where cattle ranchers are being forced to take drastic action. It is a dire warning about the severity of the water emergency.
Drought Emergency: Marin County Residents Falling Short Of Water Conservation GoalAs the Bay Area and California face a major drought, water conservation efforts are falling short so far, according to water officials in a North Bay county.