Protests against systemic racism and police brutality continued this weekend. Over two dozen people marched down Levee Road to Point Reyes Station in heavy Independence Day traffic, meeting a stronger response from law enforcement.
Demonstrations against police brutality and systemic racism erupted across the country over the past week after George Floyd, a black Minnesota man, was killed by police officers who kneeled on his neck and back for nearly nine minutes while he called for help and struggled to breathe. On Monday night,...
Kim Wallach prepared face masks for purchase at her Point Reyes Station shop, Susan Hayes Handwovens, last Tuesday. Retail shops are open, but business is not what it was. At Ms. Wallach's store, sales were down 80 percent from last Memorial Day.
Brickmaiden Breads handed out free pastries and other baked goods to locals on Wednesday, courtesy of an anonymous donor. The offer to cover sales for one day was meant to lift spirits, provide needed funds for the bakery and feed those in need.
A quarter-acre fire on Vision Road in Inverness was extinguished early Friday morning by crews from Inverness and Marin County Fire. The slow-moving fire was sparked by a power line that was knocked down by a fallen bishop pine. PG&E reported the fire just before 2 a.m. after responding to...
The Point Reyes National Seashore is staying open during the coronavirus lockdown, but its visitor centers and campsites are closed. And while Marin County Open Space preserves are open, county parks are closed, including the Forest Knolls playground, Toby's Playground in Point Reyes Station, White House Pool, the Bolinas tennis...
A meteor entered the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean just after 4:30 p.m. on Sunday and began a quick descent toward North America, passing over the Marin Headlands. It broke the sound barrier in the process, creating a boom followed by a deep rumbling heard by people across the Bay...
Julie Martinoni, who has worked at the post office in Tomales since 1989, will retire this Friday. A West Petaluma resident, Ms. Martinoni said simply that she plans to spend more time with her grandchildren.
Over a dozen male elephant seals have returned to Drakes Beach, where they await pupping females. Although the section of beach abutting the parking lot is open, this week visitors had to navigate around a wall of barriers, not to mention the shifting beasts.
David Sherwood is among several property owners along a stretch of Walker Creek that the Marin Resource Conservation District will study with help from a $345,000 state grant. The assessment, focused on enhancing habitat for coho salmon and steelhead trout, will include designs for floodplain resotration projects on the critical...