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Equator: a local gem for caffeine-lovers

By Luella Searson, Reporter July 1, 2023

If you’ve driven around Mill Valley before, chances are you’ve noticed a red or black tiger sticker floating around placed on the bumper of cars, computer covers, and phone cases. Equator’s coffee’s...

Sausalito Marin City School District teachers offered insubstantial pay increase for 2022/23, union protests

Sausalito Marin City School District teachers offered insubstantial pay increase for 2022/23, union protests

By Anika Kapan June 8, 2023
"We love our parents, and we love our students. And nobody wants to leave.”
Dunphy Park Encampment

California Homeless Union v. Sausalito

By Anika Kapan November 18, 2022
“These are Sausalito residents, people who in many cases lived a good chunk of their lives there, they rented apartments in the past, and paid rent, a lot of that went to property taxes, sales taxes, raised children, went to schools, they are part of the artistic community,” Prince said. “They are contributing members of the Sausalito community. They’re residents. They’re not just ‘the homeless.’”
(Savanna Behr)

Tent City

By Savy Behr October 24, 2021
“We aren’t done protesting because we’re here [in Marinship Park] we’re still going to be protesting the violence against anchor-outs."
The Dunphy Park homeless encampment in Sausalito. (Amelia Sandgren)

Sausalito judge rules in favor of Dunphy Park homeless encampment

By Charlie Wiltsee April 19, 2021
The judge ruled the encampment would be allowed to remain at the site partly due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 if it were to be shut down.
(Katharine Owen)

SMCSD calls on community for help with desegregation plan

December 11, 2019
As it seeks to merge its two schools, Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy in Marin City and Willow Creek Academy in Sausalito, the Sausalito Marin City School District has reached out to the community for input.
Fire in Downtown Sausalito

Fire in Downtown Sausalito

By Rocky Brown, Rocky Brown, and Rocky Brown June 11, 2018

At 6:25 p.m., on the corner of Princess and Bridgeway in Sausalito, a fire erupted in the alley between Starbucks and Sausalito Jewelers. Within five minutes of the ignition, the fire quickly engulfed...

Sausalito Continues Waterfront Cleanup

Sausalito Continues Waterfront Cleanup

By Calvin Rosevear June 10, 2018

Sausalito police and city employees continue to engage in a city council-sponsored cleanup of marine debris in the Sausalito waterfront area. The cleanup focuses on the anchor-outs, a handful of boats...

Marin County Local District Election

By Cal Mitchell December 18, 2017

A countywide election was held to determine various positions in each local district across Marin County, on November 7, 2017. Townships across the county opened their polls for both individual candidates,...

Sausalito Ferry Renovations Confirmed

Sausalito Ferry Renovations Confirmed

By Rocky Brown November 15, 2017

After three years of debate and multiple lawsuits, the city of Sausalito has approved a plan to renovate the downtown ferry dock. On October 14 the city council unanimously approved a renovations plan...

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