College Admissions Scandal: Mill Valley Executive William McGlashan Sentenced To 3 Months PrisonA former Bay Area private equity executive who co-founded an investment fund with U2′s Bono was sentenced Wednesday to three months in prison for his role in the college admissions bribery scheme.
Police Activity Reported In Mill ValleyPolice officers were responding to an incident in Mill Valley Friday and urging people to stay away.
High Temps, Dry Conditions Raise Specter of Drought and Fire Danger Across the Bay AreaRecord-high spring temperatures across the Bay Area on Wednesday were putting neighborhoods across the region on high alert due to growing drought concerns and worries about the upcoming wildfire season.
COVID Sports: 2021 Dipsea Race Rescheduled From June To NovemberThe 110th Dipsea Race has been postponed to Nov. 7 because of the pandemic, organizers said Wednesday, the first time in 82 years the trail-running event has been held in November.
COVID Vaccines: Marin County Senior Care Health Workers Receive Pfizer DosesAfter hospital workers in the Bay Area were among the first to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine earlier this week, caregivers at a senior facility in Marin County received their doses Thursday.
Bay Area Seniors Eagerly Await Newly-Approved Pfizer COVID VaccineThe FDA approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use authorization Friday evening and a federal vaccination program will help those living in long-term care facilities.
Power Restored After Outage Affecting 4,000 Reported In Mill ValleyPG&E crews on Thursday afternoon were able to restore power after an outage in Marin County affected over 4,000 customers, according to authorities.
Resistance To Multi-Unit Housing Helping Keep Marin County Racially SegregatedMarin was recently identified as the most racially segregated county in the Bay Area and what’s happening on a piece of property in Mill Valley may hold the reason why.
Study Reveals Marin County Is Home To 6 Of 10 Most Segregated Bay Area CitiesA new study from the University of California at Berkeley reveals six of the ten most segregated cities in the Bay Area are in Marin County. So, why would an area that prides itself on its progressive thought have such a lack of diversity?
Mill Valley Police Arrest 2 Suspected of Trying to Steal Car PartsPolice arrested two North Bay men early Thursday in connection with an attempted theft of a catalytic converter from a pickup truck in Mill Valley.
Driver Wrecks RV In Mill Valley; Arrested For DUI, Resisting ArrestA man was arrested in Mill Valley after wrecking a large recreational vehicle and charged with driving under the influence and resisting arrest, police said Friday.