Aug 10, 2022

Marin City History

80th anniversary festivities uncover forgotten stories from the community's rich legacy Felecia Gaston has been Marin City’s unofficial historian for more than three decades, collecting oral histories and memorabilia from some of the community’s first residents—Black people who helped build World War II ships at Marinship. The relics,...
Jul 27, 2022

Fighting flares up again between local officials and mariners living on Richardson Bay

The Richardson Bay Regional Agency (RBRA) seized a pregnant woman’s boat that was anchored out near Sausalito, snatching it...
Jul 19, 2022

Sausalito finally begins negotiating settlement with the Sausalito Homeless Union

After 18 months of contentious litigation between the City of Sausalito and the Sausalito Homeless Union, both parties have...
Jul 13, 2022

Marin County finally takes steps toward implementing a sheriff’s watchdog group

The Marin County Civil Grand Jury recently recommended the county create an independent sheriff’s oversight board with subpoena power,...
Photo by Ron Greene PARKING WARS Arthur Bruce and his daughter in front of their truck next to the Marinship tennis courts.
Jul 6, 2022

Sausalito threatens to close the city-sanctioned homeless encampment

The City of Sausalito’s outside counsel has created a stir in the homeless encampment at Marinship Park by saying...
Jul 5, 2022

How enterprising women from the 1930s saved the Marin Art and Garden Center property

Thanks to the foresight of a group of “Marin housewives” more than 75 years ago, the Marin Art and...
Drinking water tests
Jun 29, 2022

Marin City advocates raise drinking water concerns—again

As the crow flies, Marin City is less than seven miles from Ross. Yet Marin City residents have a...
Jun 22, 2022

Sausalito and the Homeless Union battle in court over firing Urban Alchemy

Almost every week, the City of Sausalito sends a cadre of attorneys into federal court to battle with the...
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