The Marin County Sheriff’s Office illegally shares license plate data with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and hundreds of out-of-state law enforcement agencies, according to a lawsuit filed last week by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of local activists.
The National Park Service has backed down from its plan to impose parking fees at Stinson Beach and other lots in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The proposal to begin charging visitors drew significant backlash from local officials and community members who voiced concerns over equitable access,
The mouth of Drakes Estero, widely recognized as the most likely location of Sir Francis Drake’s landing on the Pacific coast in 1579, is getting additional recognition from the state.
After 21 years in Point Reyes Station, Brickmaiden Breads and the building it occupies are up for sale. Owner Celine Underwood has decided to take a step back from the lifestyle that her bustling business demands to reassess her personal goals.
In what could be the final word on a prolonged effort to stop construction of a new well outside Point Reyes Station, the California Coastal Commission rejected an appeal by Inverness Park resident Gordon Bennett.
A small event at Lagunitas School drew anti-vaccine protesters on Saturday after a handful of alumni learned the event required Covid vaccinations. Seven protesters arrived at a kick-off event for the 50th anniversary celebration of the school’s Open Classroom program,
Fever is high
Can’t see no future
Can’t see no sky”
These are the opening lyrics to John Lennon’s song,
The Orionids peak on Oct. 21 but will be hard to spot due to the full moon. This moon is known as the hunter’s moon, as it traditionally allowed extra night light to hunt animals for winter food supplies.
The county has announced its intent to purchase a grassy lot at the south end of Point Reyes Station, at a cost of $485,000. Supervisor Dennis Rodoni said on Monday that the lot,