Marinscope Although the county’s chief medical officer, Matt Willis, told the Marin County Board of Supervisors that Gov. Gavin Newsom’s lifting the stay-at-home order came as a “surprise to us,” he said Marin will go with the order without additional restrictions. But he warned that the … [Read more...] about County now looking to 75-plus population
Whether it’s the commercials, halftime show, or the football game itself, the Super Bowl is one of America’s favorite entertainment highlights each year. The Marin County District Attorney's Office is reminding the community that everyone is on the same team when it comes to being safe on Super Bowl … [Read more...] about Marin County tells residents to stay at home this Super Bowl
Like to spend money? Then why not join a Marin County group that prioritizes and makes recommendations on the spending of federal grant money. Through February 11, the County of Marin is recruiting new members of its Countywide Priority Setting Committee, which advises the Marin County Board of … [Read more...] about Want to help the county spend your money?
The 2020 Marin County Virtual Fair, hosted online because of the COVID-19 pandemic, swept the competition with 12 awards recently during the Western Fairs Association (WFA) convention. The recognition was welcomed by the County of Marin’s Cultural Services Department, which had to switch gears … [Read more...] about Marin County fair awards
Vivalon, a San Rafael-based nonprofit that promotes the independence, well-being and quality of life for older adults and people living with disabilities, announced the appointment of Anne Grey as its new CEO. Grey will be responsible for the strategic oversight and overall management of … [Read more...] about Anne Grey named CEO of Vivalon
Chiqui Diaz Derek Wilson Marinscope San Rafael’s Chiqui Diaz has something important to say, and she wants to make sure the world hears her words. Diaz, a member of the Spahr Center’s Social Justice Fellowship, was one of six people from across the state to win the California Endowment’s … [Read more...] about Marin’s brave youth
Marinscope Dr. Martin Brotman, 81, is being remembered by family, friends and coworkers across North America for his work in the medical community, and his faith and compassion that enriched the lives of so many. A longtime Tiburon resident, he passed away “suddenly, yet peacefully,” on … [Read more...] about Dr. Martin Brotman — 1939 – 2020
Special to Marinscope Jiramanee Apiwansri, 22, and Hannah Woolfenden, 23, came to Dominican University of California to study in two very different and very demanding programs. Jiramanee is preparing to be a nurse, a profession she began to admire while her father was battling cancer. It’s a … [Read more...] about Dominican students impact the wider community