Clearing excess brush from your property is never a bad idea, particularly during wildfire season. To make it easier for Sausalito residents to dispose of branches pruned from trees and shrubs, a chipper crew from Fire Safe Marin will be in Sausalito during the week of Sept. 27. Visits from the … [Read more...] about Chipper Week ahead for Sausalito
The 2021 Summer Bocce League came to a thrilling conclusion on Saturday, Sept. 11, with Fireballs walking away with the championship trophy after a closely contested "Super Roll" against Red Rooster. Sixteen of the 36 teams participating in the summer league made it into the championship … [Read more...] about Fireballs win Sausalito Summer Bocce League
This Saturday (Sept. 18) the smell of chili will be wafting over the Bay as Dunphy Park is festooned with the tents and teams competing in Sausalito's 42nd Chili Cook-off. The event runs from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will feature the New Orleans sounds of Tom Rigney and Flambeau. For $15, … [Read more...] about Who will be Marin’s chili champ?
On Sept. 2, at about 11:25 a.m. the Sausalito Police Department received an alert from its License Plate Recognition cameras of a vehicle entering Sausalito bearing a stolen license plate. It was on a Toyota sports utility vehicle. Officer Adam Clerici located the Toyota and pulled it over … [Read more...] about Stolen car recovered
Christopher VerPlanck and Larry Clinton/Sausalito Historical Society In 2012, the California Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) awarded Sausalito a grant to fund the preparation of a Historic Context Statement as a preliminary step in identifying and evaluating Sausalito’s historical … [Read more...] about Sausalito History: The birth of Old Town Sausalito
Big band music will ring out in Sausalito this Friday as the Jazz and Blues by the Bay event gets underway. This Friday (Sept. 3) Gabrielson Park in Sausalito will swing to big band music from Mary Lou's Apartment. The show on Friday next (Sept. 10) will feature the New Orleans sounds of Mitch … [Read more...] about Jazz, blues and much more this Friday in Sausalito
San Rafael Stabbing: On Aug. 14, at about 9:50 p.m., SRPD Officers were sent to a residence in the 300 block of Prospect Avenue, San Rafael on the report of a stabbing that just occurred. The victim was placed in a vehicle and driven away from the residence but flagged down responding … [Read more...] about Marin 911: Boy, 17, arrested in stabbing at party
Larry Clinton/Sausalito Historical Society “She once was known by every ship’s captain in the Pacific as Galilee, a well-built little thing with awesome speed. Such a reputation was nothing to be ashamed of for a gal who happened to be a ship. And quite a ship she was.” That’s how Marin Scope … [Read more...] about Sausalito History: The last, sad days of the Galilee
The City of Sausalito will host its 42nd Chili Cook-off in Dunphy Park on Saturday, Sept. 18. The event features all the chili you can eat for $15, plus live music from Tom Rigney and Flambeau. The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to form a team and participate as a chef. … [Read more...] about Is your chili No. 1? Want to prove it?
Ron Young and Larry Clinton/Sausalito Historical Society In a recent talk at the Sausalito Yacht Club, racing historian Ron Young pointed out that following the Gold Rush, half of all the people who came to SF came via square-riggers. They had just spent five or more months at sea, so it’s not … [Read more...] about Sausalito History: Early Yacht racing on the Bay