May 23, 2023
Marin County continues Stinson Beach sea level rise outreach process
Marin County has pulled out all the stops to help Stinson Beach residents and tourists envision the expected impacts of sea level rise. In late...
Apr 4, 2023
Petaluma Copperfield’s Books workers launch union effort
Joining a nationwide rise in labor action, workers at Petaluma’s beloved Copperfield’s Books store are attempting to unionize. On Saturday, March 11, members of the...
Feb 22, 2023
Workers and residents fight Providence healthcare cuts
Employees of one of the North Bay’s largest healthcare providers are fighting against service cuts which could impact patients from cradle to grave. According to...
Jan 25, 2023
King tides offer North Bay residents a preview of sea level rise
On Sunday, Jan. 22, a group of hikers stood on a hillside in China Camp State Park near San Rafael watching, not wildlife thriving...
Jan 17, 2023
Point Reyes Fence Killer Confesses in Anonymous Letter
An anonymous vandal is drawing attention to the historic plight of hundreds of Tule elk trapped behind a wire and post fence at the...
Oct 11, 2022
Two Democrats spend $1.2 million in fight for North Bay Assembly seat
Two Democrats are waging a costly fight to represent the North Bay in the state Assembly. In the June primary, Democrats Sara Aminzadeh and Damon...
Apr 20, 2022
PG&E Settles Wildfire Cases With $55 Million Deal
For better or worse, California’s largest utility company is here to stay. Last year, Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch’s office filed numerous charges against...
Jan 26, 2022
Numbers Game—SMART Ducks Questions About Freight Takeover
Read the Pacific Sun's previous coverage of SMART's freight takeover here, here and here. Last Wednesday, Jan. 19, the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit district’s board...