Shoreline gets grant to better food services

Two go-getter moms nabbed a $150,000 grant to improve the food service program at Shoreline Unified School District last month. Marianne Recher and Maggie Beth Levinger, who discovered the […]

State approves seashore air tour rules

The National Park Service has secured approval from the California Coastal Commission for a new plan to restrict commercial air tours that fly over Marin and San Francisco. The […]

Election odds and ends

Elections produce shareable anecdotes and head-scratchers, and the one just completed was no exception. One of my all-time favorite candidate names popped up this year, running for a seat […]

Nature Notebook, December 1, 2022

Another group of daylight extreme tides accompanies the full moon of Dec. 8. Many of the traditional full moon names at this time of year are aligned with cold […]

Vacation rental rules meet new resistance

West Marin’s divisions over vacation rentals are coming into sharp relief as the county looks to regulate the industry. Many year-round locals, especially renters, view short-term stays through companies […]

State testing shows mixed Covid impacts

California’s first statewide release of standardized test results since the pandemic began painted a grim picture of learning loss as scores plunged to their lowest levels in years.  Some […]

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