Students Rising Above: San Rafael Scholar Heads To Oxford For StudyThis week's Students Rising Above scholar has achieved amazing academic success here in the United States. Now she is headed to England, inspired by her family's journey and her own love of some very special literary characters.
Homeless Man Gets Just Reward After Returning Mill Valley Woman's Lost WalletA recent good deed by a homeless man in the North Bay set off a chain reaction of kindness that is now helping turn his life around.
Novato Police Arrest 2nd Suspect in Pair of Armed RobberiesLocal police officers announced the arrest Thursday of a second suspect in a pair of armed robberies at two North Bay gas stations earlier this month.
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.
San Rafael Police Searching For Suspects In Multiple Bay Area Armed RobberiesSan Rafael Police requested the public’s help finding three suspects connected to a string of armed robberies in the past nine months.
Marin County Looking to Reduce Wildfire Fuel By Burning VegetationMarin County officials want to reduce fuel for wildfires and hope crews can begin burning piles of vegetation around Marin County on Wednesday.
COVID In Schools: San Rafael In-Person Learning Sees Zero Virus Transmission So FarSome schools in Marin County show a possible path to reopen in-person learning safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 Charged With Felony Vandalism for Defacing Junipero Serra Statue in San RafaelFive people arrested for damaging and tearing down a statue of Saint Junipero Serra last month at the Mission San Rafael Arcángel now face felony vandalism charges.
High Tides Could Bring Localized Flooding In Marin County Starting FridayOfficials in Marin County on Tuesday warned residents that high tides may bring localized flooding to certain low-lying areas as soon as this Friday.
Marin County: Novato Voters Approve Hotel Tax Hike; San Rafael Passes Sales Tax HikeNovato residents Tuesday appeared to favor, by a three-to-one margin, a ballot measure that would increase the city's hotel tax by 2 percent.
Hundreds of Prisoners in California Refuse Move to Safer CellsState officials want to move thousands of prisoners to safer areas during the COVID-19 pandemic but they say more than 200 California inmates refuse to be transferred.
San Rafael Faces Civil Rights Lawsuit From Black Mail Carrier Detained By PoliceA federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of San Rafael has been filed on behalf of a Black postal carrier detained by San Rafael police in August.
Arrests Made In San Rafael Carjacking; Man Wrongly Pulled Over Files ClaimTwo people have been arrested in connection with an August carjacking in San Rafael that led to controversy when police pulled over a postman who is Black at gunpoint, prompting the man to file a claim against the city.
Marin County Meth Dealer Gets 10 Years After Task Force InvestigationA two-year investigation by the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force resulted in a convicted methamphetamine being sentenced to 10 years in prison on Tuesday, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office.
San Francisco Archbishop Performs Exorcism in San Rafael at Felled Serra StatueArchbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco performed an exorcism Saturday at Mission San Rafael Arcangel where protesters had toppled a statue of Father Junipero Serra, saying the ceremony was to drive out evil and defend the image of Serra.