COVID Reopenings: 3 Bay Area Counties Could Move To Red Tier Next WeekGovernor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said California is in a very different place in regards to COVID than it was just one month ago because of residents working hard and following safety protocols like wearing masks.
Catalytic Converter Thieves Hitting Cars In Marin CountyCatalytic converter thefts have been on the rise and the crime spree is spreading into Marin County. Police have put residents on alert.
COVID Vaccine: Marin County Expands Eligibility To Those 65 and OlderMarin County health officials have announced that starting Monday, residents age 65 and older will be eligible to register to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
Marin County Approves Grant For Free Neighborhood WI-FI ProjectThe Marin County Board of Supervisors approved a $150,000 grant Tuesday from the Marin Community Foundation to provide up to 300 households in Marin City free WI-FI service.
Report of Attack on Girl In Marin County Determined to Be FabricatedThe Marin County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday that a report of a man grabbing a 15-year-old girl while she was jogging in the Lucas Valley area last week was fabricated.
COVID Housing: Marin Supervisors Approve Rent Freeze For Parts Of CountyThe Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to adopt an emergency ordinance barring rent increases in specific census tracts in the county.
COVID Housing: Marin County Considers Barring Rent Increases Through End Of 2021The Marin County Board of Supervisors will consider adopting an ordinance Tuesday that would bar rent increases for the rest of the year.
Marin-Sonoma Narrows Project: Construction Widening 101 Through North Bay Almost Done After 2 DecadesIn the works for more than two decades, the Marin-Sonoma Narrows project to widen Highway 101 through the North Bay finally has light at the end of the tunnel.
COVID Vaccine: Marin County Forced To Scale Back Vaccination Plans Due To Dose ShortageWhile Johnson & Johnson's new vaccine may provide more help on the horizon, on Friday there was another sign of the vaccine supply crunch in the Bay Area.
Bay Area COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Likely to Lag Demand for MonthsThis week it became increasingly clear that the limited supply of coronavirus vaccine will be an ongoing problem for weeks and, perhaps, months.
COVID Vaccine: North Bay Health Officials Ramp Up Vaccination Rollout Despite ShortagesHealth officials in Sonoma and Marin counties on Thursday announced new steps being taken to distribute the COVID vaccine as quickly as possible, despite ongoing issues with the available supply of doses.