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Palace Market celebrates 40

04/18/2013
The Palace Market is celebrating 40 years under the Rocca family’s ownership by offering packaged giveaways to the 40th customer from April 18 to 21, as well as other promotions throughout the year. The market first opened its doors 115 years go as the Point Reyes Emporium, where owner Pietro...

Utility seeks rate hike for beleaguered Dillon Beach

04/18/2013
Marjon Row, a retired highway patrolwoman, had to make a choice: give up the Subaru she had bought a year ago or leave the home she was renting in Dillon Beach. But it wasn’t the rent that posed the problem—it was her hefty water bill that claimed the money she...

Supes delay vote on coastal program as EAC ramps up opposition

04/18/2013
The meandering process to update Marin’s coastal development regulatory regime took yet another turn Tuesday, when a local environmental group came out against the land-use plan and the county board of supervisors tabled its amendments for

Interior advances oyster case

04/11/2013
The Obama administration last week asked an appeals court to uphold an order closing Drake’s Bay Oyster Company (DBOC) as the embattled cannery’s Republican allies pressed federal officials to release more documents explaining their decision to restore the company’s

Coastal Commission sued over Drake’s orders

04/11/2013
In a new round of legal proceedings for the embattled oyster company, of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust co-founder Phyllis Faber and the Association for Local Sustainable Agriculture (ALSA) filed suit against the California Coastal Commission Friday, claiming the commission’s recent orders to Drake’s Bay Oyster Company exceeded the agency’s authority and were not subjected to environmental review before being issued, a violation of the California Environmental Quality Act

Valley manhunt triggers school lockdown

04/11/2013
Longtime Woodacre resident Joan Hopkins was quilting at her dining room table when she came face to face with a wanted man. Having eluded a pursuit involving eight law enforcement agencies, he was now standing outside her window, eight feet away, staring at her and her husband, Steve.

Water alerts in effect

04/11/2013
Three recreational water sites in West Marin are under an advisory to avoid contact with the water. Samples taken on April 8 indicate that bacterial levels at three sites—Chicken Ranch Beach, Shell Beach and Inkwells/Shafter Bridge—exceeded limits for recreational use. Inkwells was first put under advisory after April 1 testing...

County names library head

04/11/2013
After a national search Marin has selected an outsider to take the helm of the Marin County Free Library. The director of the library system in Nevada’s state capital, Sara Jones, will replace Gail Haar, who led the 10-branch library for five years as the district adjusted to a period...

Earth Day electronics recycling

04/11/2013
Point Reyes National Seashore will sponsor an electronics recycling collection event in honor of Earth Day—the most celebrated secular holiday in the world, founded in 1970 by United States Senator Gaylord Nelson from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. next Monday, April 22 at the Bear Valley Visitor Center. Accepted items...

Stolen Mercedes recovered

04/11/2013
The last of four cars stolen two weekends ago has been recovered and authorities are now pursuing links between several auto crimes that took place late last month, Marin Sheriff’s Lieutenant Jamie Scardina said. DiAnn Montemayor’s red Mercedez-Benz was found at a vacated house on Vision Road that the owner...

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