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San Rafael Public Library Announcements (Week of August 31st, 2014)
Pilot project to improve traffic flow, enhance pedestrian safety.
The person is in isolation at a Sacramento-area facility.
Thousands are expected to head out to the annual event, which shifts into gear on Aug. 29.
Bioneers to Host 25th Anniversary Conference At Marin Fairgrounds, Oct. 17-19
Alternative ‘green’ codes on Aug. 19 Board of Supervisors agenda.
Koko, who understands spoken English and expresses human emotions, hadn’t smiled for seven months. Then she met Robin Williams.
Time for a road trip--gas prices have dropped significantly in just one month.
When The Game Stands Tall is coming to theaters Aug. 22.
When The Game Stands Tall is based on the true story of a California high school football team that won 151 consecutive games.
In February 2015, Marin County will begin rolling out a new 628 area code for new customers.
Some turtle and tortoise owners may sell animals with compromised health or turtles carrying salmonella, officials warn.
Weather service officials said that there is a low-pressure weather system hovering off the state coastline right now.
Draft plan and EIR rolled out to help define visitor use.
Nominate the coach or mentor who made a difference in your life to win a prize package from Patch.
Program allows efficiency upgrades repaid through property taxes.
The mammals have been spotted in recent days near the San Francisco shoreline.
Diabetics living in low-income areas of the state are up to 10 times more likely to lose a toe, foot or leg, UCLA researchers say.
Here's the latest from SMART, as taken from the August 2014 newsletter.
New mandatory water restrictions went into effect this week.