Marin County to Hold Virtual Meeting on Rising Sea Levels in Stinson BeachMarin County is holding a virtual meeting next week to present the findings of a study on how the Stinson Beach community will have to adapt to rising sea levels in the coming years and decades.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area Proposes Parking Fees At Some SitesThe National Park Service on Friday announced plans to add new parking fees at sites in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco and Marin County.
Memorial Day Traffic, Huge Crowd Don't Deter Visitors Cooling Off At Stinson BeachStinson Beach is a popular destination for Memorial Day travelers. But with inland temperatures in the triple digits and people still suffering from COVID-19 cabin fever, the crowds on Monday were even larger than usual.
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.
Stinson Beach Project Receives State Grant For Adapting To Rising SeaCalifornia is helping Marin County in its efforts to protect Stinson Beach from rising ocean levels, which county officials said could rise up to 10 feet by 2100.
Marin County Beaches See Lighter-Than-Normal Holiday Crowds on SaturdayAt two Marin County beaches that remained open Saturday, a lot of people showed up but examples of crowding were hard to find.
Explosion, Fire Destroy Buildings In Downtown Stinson Beach; Highway 1 ClosedFire ripped through multiple buildings in Stinson Beach Tuesday morning following an explosion in the downtown area of the city.
Hundreds Flock To Stinson Beach; Marin Health Officials Concerned By Uptick In COVID-19 CasesHundreds flocked to Marin County's Stinson Beach Wednesday as temperatures soared into the low 80s under clear skies.
Coronavirus Update: Thousands Clog Marin Roadways, Hiking Trails And Beaches Seeking Break From Shelter-In-Place Marin officials asked Bay Area residents seeking outdoor relief from the current coronavirus shelter-in-place not to come to their county after roadways, hiking trails and beaches were clogged with thousands of visitors.
Coronavirus Cancellation: 110th Dipsea Race In Mill ValleyThe Dipsea Race, the oldest cross-country running event and among the oldest foot races of any kind in the U.S., announced the cancellation because of coronavirus fears.
Muir Fire On Marin County Coast Fully ContainedThe Muir Fire, burning since Thursday near Slide Ranch between Stinson and Muir beaches, is fully contained and state Highway 1 has reopened, the Marin County Fire Department said.
Muir Fire Holding At 58 Acres And 50 Percent Containment FridayThe Muir Fire between Stinson and Muir beaches in Marin County is holding at 58 acres and 50 percent containment as of Friday morning, the Marin County Fire Department said.
Forward Progress Of Marin County Coast Wildfire StoppedThe forward progress of a wildfire that erupted late Thursday morning along the Marin County coastline in between Stinson Beach and Muir Beach has been stopped, according to authorities.
Body Recovered From Stinson BeachThe body of an adult male was recovered from the north end of Stinson Beach Wednesday morning, park officials said.
Owner of Marin Beachside Eatery Pays Feds To Stay Open As Shutdown Drags OnDigging into her own pocket, the owner of a Stinson Beach cafe goes to great lengths to keep customers coming during the government shutdown.