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On Tuesday, about a dozen campers made a last stand at the camp near Dunphy Park as Sausalito police and city contractors moved to clear the controversial encampment.
It’s not just pandemic pets suffering from separation anxiety now that the lockdown is over—humans are having a hard time adjusting, too.
The Novato City Council recently passed ordinances to prevent camping within 50 feet of “critical infrastructures” and bodies of water.
I've been corresponding with an intelligent, quick-witted Pacific Sun reader for more than a decade. Tony Good lived on the streets of San Rafael....
Once the award-winning jewel of public housing in America, Golden Gate Village in Marin City now suffers from major neglect.
Marin Housing Authority's development plan would leave Golden Gate Village residents waiting for repairs.
The Sausalito City Council wants to close the visible encampment near Dunphy Park, and relocate it to the less-noticeable area of Marinship Park.
Marin County has distributed more than $736,000 to renters and landlords since its financial assistance program launched in March.
To the chagrin of many residents, pooch poo is pervasive in Marin County parks, trails and beaches. What's to be done?
To vax or not to vax? For many, the answer comes easily, while others hem and haw about their decision. Most people I know tried...