The sentence for Lawrence J. Gerrans, former CEO of Sanovas, was handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Edward M. Chen in San Francisco.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone performed the ritual before some 150 supporters before holding a special Mass inside St. Raphael Catholic Church and an expected march to a Planned Parenthood clinic.
The group of around 60 people gathered on Indigenous Peoples' Day to call for the removal of a statue of Saint Junipero Serra at Mission San Rafael.
Firefighters battling wildfires in Northern California have an unusual friend to help keep their spirits up.
A mural for Breonna Taylor in Terra Linda, an unincorporated area of San Rafael, is set to be removed once again after reappearing, city officials said on Tuesday.
The Mill Valley Film Festival will go on in 2020, pandemic or not.
Restoration of power is underway after rotating outages were ordered throughout the State of California Friday evening leaving thousands without power amid a heatwave.
Someone had poured some type of acid in the gas tanks of five vehicles, causing more than $50,000 in damage.
Five trucks used by the San Francisco Marin Food bank to deliver meals to hungry people were targeted by a vandal, making them inoperable.
Cars were lined up 15-20 deep at three booths for giant corndogs, funnel cake, candy apples and more at the Veterans' Memorial Auditorium parking lot Saturday in San Rafael.
Everyone has had to adapt during the pandemic and for some it's meant shifting to different jobs. Marin County has a special workforce, made up of public employees pivoting to new duties.
At Marin Sanitary Service in San Rafael, 43 workers have tested positive for the coronavirus this month. That's about 15% of its work force.
The Agricultural Institute of Marin operates two other year-round farmers markets that remain open.
The most prominent of the blazes was first reported at 5:45 a.m. at an apartment complex at 95 Medway Road.
Testing will be free and by appointment only, with priority for essential workers and people experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
In the parking lot of the Bon Air Shopping Center in Marin County Friday, people dropped by to donate N95 masks and gloves to help keep safe the doctors, nurses and health workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
The family of Steven Dunphy last saw him when he got up from bed at 3 a.m.
Investigators say the man left his cell phone at home but took his vehicle.
The Marin office of the California Highway patrol began receiving calls about the driver shortly after 5 p.m.
The bridge will be closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday from Monday through March 13 to allow Caltrans to inspect the bridge's structural integrity as required every two years by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration.