Turnaround tightens for STR rules

The county has been working against the clock to approve short-term rental regulations before its current two-year moratorium on new licenses expires in May. Now it will have to…

Habitat, BCLT partner on Wharf homes

Habitat for Humanity will develop the eight-unit affordable housing complex planned for downtown Bolinas, marking its largest collaboration yet with the Bolinas Community Land Trust. The project marks a…

Willy Vogler: A life tending Lawson’s

At the threshold of Tomales Bay sits Lawson’s Landing, the largest private campground on the California coast. Run by Carl “Willy” Vogler, his cousin, Mike Lawson, and their 21…

Fiber artists meet challenge

A clothing exhibit that combines sustainability, longevity and design opens at the Buddha Barn outside Point Reyes Station on Thursday, the result of a year-long challenge to create locally…

Gallery opens in Marshall

A papier-mâché crab holding bronze-cast crackers. Meticulously detailed aquatint etchings of oyster shells. These are a few of the items featured in West Marin’s newest tool-shed-turned-art-gallery in Marshall, the…

West Marin principal to depart in June

Beth Nolan will step down as principal of West Marin and Inverness Schools in June, ending a five-year tenure that brought stability after a tumultuous period in the district.…

Wastewater project seeks public input

Residents of the Woodacre Flats are crossing their fingers and plugging their noses as Marin County and Questa Engineering mull options and gather input on how to put an…

Longtime Lagunitas principal to retire

Laura Shain has been at the helm of the Lagunitas School District through dire straits and exciting times, listening, empathizing and making difficult decisions. She has served as principal…