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PG&E Bankruptcy Deal Nears Crucial Deadline

By Jean TeppermanThe Pacific Gas and Electric Company faces a crucial deadline: Before June 30, it must get...

State Funding for Undocumented Community Now Available

On Monday, Catholic Charities of California started accepting applications from Marin County residents for the statewide Coronavirus (Covid-19) Disaster Relief Assistance for...

Marin County Relaxes Health Restrictions to Allow Curbside Retail, Manufacturing

Citing improvements in testing and a relatively stable number of Covid-19 cases, health officials representing six Bay Area jurisdictions released a statement...

Budget cuts loom as school year ends

May is always a busy month for school administrators, staff, teachers and students. High school seniors prepare to graduate, while younger students...

County, Veterans Plan Virtual Memorial Day Celebration

The Marin County United Veterans Council announced plans Wednesday to move its annual Memorial Day celebration online this year in order to...

County Continues Foster Family Trainings Amid Pandemic

While many of the world economy’s basic functions have slowed or stopped during the Covid-19 pandemic, most of the world’s most basic...

SMART-station deal deadline pushed to November

A crucial deadline in a complicated deal intended to finance Petaluma’s second train station—and hundreds of housing units along with it—has been...

Huffman’s New Legislation Opposes Fossil-Fuel Bailout

North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman has introduced legislation intended to bar fossil-fuel companies from receiving relief funding from the $500 billion federal...

SMART Board Will Receive Budget Report Today

This afternoon, the board which controls the North Bay’s only commuter train service will hear a staff report on just how badly...

Marin Seeks Federal Funds For Covid-19 Response

Marin County is joining other North Bay governments in lobbying state and federal lawmakers and agencies for additional financial assistance in order...