Every child in Marin should have access to quality education and innovative programs. In the world of increasing educational needs, that seems like a far-fetched dream.
Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) held a 4-week boot camp for 12 men who have undergone intensive training under the auspices of the Laborers’ Community Service & Training Foundation (LCTF). <
The Marin City community celebrated fathers at the Third Annual Father’s Day Breakfast and Awards event, “Fatherhood: A Protected Species,” on Saturday, June 20 at the Hannah Gallery. Nearly one hundred men attended the breakfast, [...]
Many people today are usually stuck in place, looking down rather than reaching up towards the goal line. Otis Bruce, Jr., founder and organizer of the Marin African-American Professional Network (MAAPN), is constantly encouraging [...]
The Mill Valley Memorial Day “I Love a Parade” on Monday, May 25 was a success where over 35 young people from Performing Stars participated, including pomp pomp girls on a decorated trailer, baton twirlers, [...]
Dan Monte is raising awareness of climate change and peace with a cross-country bike trip from San Rafael to Washington, D.C. Early on Memorial Day, the San Rafael resident started his trip at the [...]
The Hannah Project will host its Dream Keeper Scholarship Award Celebration on Sunday, May 24 at 4 p.m. at the Hannah Gallery, 170 Donahue St. in Marin City, to honor high school and college graduates.
Students at College of Marin voted to create a new partnership with Marin Transit to improve transportation to the college’s campuses and provide a pass for local transit services. <
Sea levels on Marin County’s coast are rising – up by more than eight inches in the past 100 years. The rate is expected to accelerate, and that could affect hundreds of residents in our [...]
The end of the Vietnam War is marked by the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. This year is the 40th anniversary of that day, and is still remembered by many of the 3,000 [...]