Salty Tap Water Forces Pt. Reyes Residents To Bottle And Tote Home Their OwnWater is in short supply everywhere, but in Pt. Reyes Station in West Marin County, the water they do have is becoming increasingly salty. Now, some residents are having to tote their water home by hand.
Marin County Drops, Reduces Over 500 Marijuana-Related Charges Due To Prop. 64The Marin County District Attorney's Office has dropped or reduced 514 marijuana charges in the county prior to 2017, the office announced Monday.
COVID: Marin County To Ease Indoor Mask Mandate In Some Settings With 100% VaccinationHealth officials in Marin County announced Friday that it plans to ease the county's indoor mask mandate in certain settings where all people present can prove they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Power Outage Reported in Mill Valley Impacting Approximately 1,500 CustomersAuthorities in Marin County confirmed Friday there was a power outage caused by an unknown issue affecting customers in Mill Valley.
UPDATE: Power Restored in Marin County After PG&E Outage Caused By Wayward BirdA power outage affecting more than 6,000 PG&E customers in Marin County on Wednesday morning was caused by a bird that flew into electrical equipment, according to the utility.
Vegetation Fire Burns Along Whites Hill In Marin CountyA vegetation fire was burning Monday afternoon along a mountainside in Marin County northeast of Fairfax.
Larkspur Plan Would Convert Fmr. Skilled Nursing Facility Into Housing For Homeless AdultsA former skilled nursing facility in Larkspur is being eyed as a potential new Project Homekey site for housing people who are currently homeless.
CA Drought: Desalination Could Be Backup Plan For Marin County's Emergency Pipeline ProjectDesalination is an idea that surfaces every time drought comes around and usually gets set aside as soon as the drought passes. Now, Marin County is taking another look at taking water from right out of the bay.
Marin County Uses State Grant to Seal Rural Roads With Recycled TiresRoads in unincorporated Marin County are getting an upgrade next week courtesy of recycled tires and a grant from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, also known as CalRecycle.
COVID: Marin Health Officials Prepare For Possible 5th Wave, Endemic CirculationThough high vaccination rates may be spelling the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in Marin County, the county may never truly see the end of the disease, a public health official told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
Inmate Found Dead In Marin County Jail CellAn inmate has died after he was discovered slumped over unconscious in his Marin County Jail cell Monday night, authorities said.