The Marin City Summer Program will start on June 23. The Marin City Community Services District (MCCSD) will host its annual summer camp for children ages 5 to 13 from June 23 to Aug. 15 [...]
Marin Theater Company held a Marin City Day on Sunday, May 4, as part of an educational outreach program. Tickets for 120 residents, with transportation and dinner, were provided to local residents to see “Fences,” [...]
Litigation concerning the county’s General Assistance (GA) program filed by the Public Interest Law Project concluded with a judge’s reduction of requested attorney fees from $2.4 million to $423,573, or by 83 percent.
Barbara Rodgers went to work for Comcast in May of 2010, and as one of the hosts of Comcast Newsmakers, she interviews politicians, community leaders and representatives of Bay Area non-profit organizations.She is also on [...]
Voters with disabilities turn out at a high rate for elections but prefer to vote by mail rather than at the polls on accessible voting equipment, according to a survey of 1,300 voting-age residents of [...]
The Marin City Library will offer two programs – one on urban farming and another on brewing beer at 164 Donahue St. in Marin City. “Urban Pastoral: Farming & Food Justice in San Francisco,” will [...]
Mitchell Howard, a local artist who moved back into Marin County, will be displaying his paintings at The Hannah Gallery, located in 170 Donahue Avenue in Marin City. Howard’s exhibit is named “Coming Home.” Which [...]
In the face of worsening drought conditions, the Marin County Board of Supervisors this week has decided to authorize participation in the Mill Valley/Marin County Sustainable Water Pilot Project in conjunction with WaterNow, a nonprofit [...]
Marin Grassroots will be holding the Marin Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute Training Program, designed to help residents who want to become more actively involved in their communities.In the training program, which will run from [...]
Five Marin City pastors spoke on what the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday means to them during the local MLK celebration, held Monday, Jan. 20 at the Manzanita Recreation Center.