Customers Scarce As Sausalito Businesses Slowly Reopen After COVID-19 ShutdownBusinesses in Sausalito are slowly reopening after weeks of being closed and although business is slow, one ice cream shop is hoping for the best.
North Bay Nonprofit Feeds Thousands Of Students, Guides Them Toward SustainabilityFor providing organic meals and environmental sustainability guidance to Bay area children and others, this week's Jefferson Award in the Bay Area goes to Judi Shils.
Sausalito Neighbors Fearful Of Man's Dogs After Series Of Vicious AttacksSome residents in Sausalito say they are being terrorized by two dogs in their neighborhood.
Sausalito Police: Burglary Suspect Arrested After Refusing To Leave HomePolice arrested a 34-year-old man Thursday afternoon after he allegedly entered a Sausalito home, took clothes from the basement and refused to leave.
New Plan Floated To Deal With House Boats Anchored Out Off SausalitoThe waterfront home to bohemian artists for generations, the water off Sausalito still attracts people quite content to live not on the pricey hillsides but instead as part of the flotilla of boats anchored in San Francisco Bay.
VIDEO: Cleanup Of Massive Sausalito Landslide UnderwayWork crews returned to a once picturesque Sausalito hillside Wednesday, continuing the laboriously task for removing tons of debris left by a Valentine's Day mudslide that destroyed two houses, including a duplex, and buried several cars.
Man Completes 2,900 Mile Paddleboard Journey From Bay Area To HawaiiAn endurance athlete from Spain who set out from San Francisco Bay more than two months ago has arrived in Hawaii after making the trip paddleboarding across the Pacific Ocean.
Red Tape Hitch Hangs Up Sausalito Landslide RemovalFive months after mud and wreckage was unleashed during a February landslide in Sausalito, cleanup has hit a major delay.
Audobon Society: Anchor Out Boats Damage Ecosystem By Scraping Eel Grass Off Bottom Of BayWith the anchor-outs, people living on unmoored boats just off the shores of Sausalito, there’s always been an element of controversy. Now, true to form, it’s the Audubon Society who says the boats are damaging the environment.
Study Shows Boats Anchored by Sausalito Cause Significant Harm to Bay EcosystemAccording to a study by Audubon California, the illegal mooring of private boats has caused significant damage to the seafloor habitat of Richardson Bay.
Some Neighbors Still Waiting To Go Home Near Site Of Sausalito MudslideA neighborhood in Sausalito hit hard by a monster mudslide six weeks ago is slowly getting back to normal.