Serving all of the Bay Area since 1986, Ross Painting continues to exceed the expectations of homeowners and businesses. A professional painter since 1972 and the owner of his own company since... More
The East Bay Municipal Utility District's board of directors voted today to ask their customers to continue voluntarily cutting their water use by 10 percent because the dry winter has reduced the amount of water in the agency's reservoirs.
The board also approved the purchase of 16,000 acre-feet of water, which is about a month's... » Read More
A teen girl riding as a passenger in a car possibly driven by an intoxicated man died during a head-on collision with a pillar supporting the elevated BART tracks in West Oakland Monday morning, police said.
Officers responded to a report of a solo-vehicle crash at Fifth and Union streets around 1:25 a.m. on Monday, police Officer J. Moore said. Read More
The woman who lived in the apartment that Supervisor Efren Carrillo is charged with peeking into testified this afternoon that she awoke from a deep sleep when she heard a "tearing and scratching sound" made by someone tampering with her bedroom window screen and her blinds rustling around 3:30 a.m. on July 13.
An Oakland man has been charged with murder for allegedly beating a woman to death near Lake Merritt in Oakland earlier this month, police said today.
Prince Tsetse, 40, is charged in connection with the death of Kimberly Robertson, 23, who was found beaten to death at 6:40 a.m. on April 5 in the 1900 block of Third Avenue outside the Francis... » Read More
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors said today that they will need more details from PG&E before the utility moves forward with a proposal to remove hundreds of trees from county property as part of a larger tree and vegetation removal plan to boost access to its gas pipeline network.
The board was the latest government entity to hear from... » Read More
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced a resolution at this afternoon's Board of Supervisors meeting to form a late night transportation working group that will create a plan to improve after-hours public transit in the region.
Earlier this month, Wiener convened a hearing at the Board of Supervisors' Land Use and Economic... » Read More
A sports agent accused of joining a former school board president and his son in a murder-for-hire plot, guns sales and cocaine conspiracy was denied bail by a federal magistrate in San Francisco today.
U.S. Magistrate Joseph Spero ruled that Marlon Sullivan, 29, of Oakland, would be a danger to public safety if released while awaiting a ... » Read More
Three environmental groups filed a lawsuit today in San Francisco Superior Court against the city's Recreation and Park Department and Mayor Ed Lee to prevent the city from moving forward on a construction project at the Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica.
The Wild Equity Institute, the Sequoia Audubon Society and Save the Frogs are seeking... » Read More
As an Earth Day breakfast was under way this morning at San Francisco City Hall, a group of recyclers, environmentalists and other community advocates were protesting closures of community-based recycling centers.
A group from the San Francisco-based Coalition on Homelessness rallied on the City Hall steps this morning, calling on the mayor... » Read More
A girl killed in a crash on state Highway 85 in Cupertino that injured three other people Monday has been identified as 8-year-old Megan Yang, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.
Megan was in one of the vehicles involved in the crash on northbound Highway 85 north of De Anza Boulevard at about 3:30 p.m. Monday, ... » Read More
San Francisco teachers are rallying ahead of a Board of Education meeting this evening, calling for a 21 percent pay increase to allow teachers to continue living in the city as housing costs skyrocket, a union spokesman said.
United Educators of San Francisco union members will argue at the 5 p.m. rally that as the district is poised to... » Read More
The parents of a Marina boy who died last October are fighting extradition in Washington state but authorities expect them to face felony neglect charges in Monterey County in connection with the death, a police commander said today.
Brandon Kenney, 33, and Christina Kenney, 31, were arrested April 15 at their home in Tacoma, Wash., on... » Read More
The westbound Interstate Highway 580 connector to northbound Interstate Highway 680 near the Dublin border reopened this afternoon, more than an hour after a truck overturned, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The crash was reported at 10:43 a.m. on the connector ramp and a Sig-alert was issued at 10:53 p.m.
The accident, which blocked the two-lane... » Read More
A man was struck and killed Monday evening by an Amtrak train in Richmond, police said today.
The victim, identified by the Contra Costa County coroner's office as 38-year-old transient Chris Chisholm, was struck at about 7:30 p.m. near Richmond Parkway by an Emeryville-bound train, according to Richmond police.
In his first report since being given sweeping new powers over the Oakland Police Department, court-appointed compliance director Robert Warshaw said that the department has made progress on court-mandated reforms in recent months but risks falling behind due to upheaval at City Hall.
Warshaw, a former police chief from Rochester, N.Y., who has ... » Read More
A San Francisco man was arrested after he said he had fireworks in his vehicle as he drove through San Francisco's Presidio on Monday night, prompting a bomb squad response, a National Park Service spokeswoman said today.
The man was stopped by U.S. Park police around 9 p.m. near 900 Mason St. in the Presidio near Crissy Field, according to... » Read More
CCS Architecture of San Francisco recently completed a total renovation to the former Houlihan's space on Bridgeway Avenue. The new restaurant is warm, inviting, and has one of the best waterfront views in town. » Read More
Essential Tremor affects 10 million Americans, yet still little known disorder. The International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF) is proud to announce a new support group in Marin for those affected by essential tremor. The group meets every 4th Saturday (the next one is coming up September... » Read More
Legacy Builders has built its reputation by passing developer pricing benefits on to its clients -- assisting owners in sourcing, selecting and acquiring quality materials and services while providing expedited scheduling and costs previously only available to professional developers.
Focused primarily on quality, Legacy Builders couples precision and attention to detail with fine... » Read More
Mill Valley is located in beautiful Marin County, one of the most picturesque areas in Northern California. The town is located to the north of San Francisco, across the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge. It takes only about 15 minutes to go from San Francisco to Mill Valley but when you walk down the streets of this lovely town, it feels worlds away from the city. The town of Mill Valley has... » Read More
Many tourists come to California for their dream vacation because of the numerous attractions, a large variety of interesting dining...
Mill Valley is located just 15 minutes north of San Francisco in the shadow of beautiful Mount Tamalpais. Nested in the beautiful wooded canyons, Mill Valley has the charm of a small European town and all the amenities of an urban city in California.
Some of the most scenic state and national parks in northern California are close to Mill Valley. Visitors travel from countries around the world to enjoy what Mill Valley's residents are blessed with: the many recreational parks in town and those that surround Mill Valley, such as Mount Tamalpais State Park, the Muir Woods National Monument, and Golden Gate National Recreation Area. From the stunning open spaces in Northern California to the long stretches of beaches that go on for miles, Mill Valley has lovely lookout points in these areas where you can catch unparalleled views of the neighboring areas.
Mill Valley is very popular with outdoor enthusiasts who come here to hike, bike, and ride in the lovely wooded trails. Mill Valley is also known as the place where mountain biking was invented.
Besides the scenic beauty of our town, we have many diverse cultural events, gourmet restaurants, and plentiful shopping for avid shoppers. In downtown alone, you'll find Lytton Square bustling with activity. Stop at the Book Depot Cafe for a cup of coffee or relax and take in the sights. Style and comfort are the themes for boutiques. You'll find gourmet food from world cuisines at the many restaurants in Mill Valley's downtown.
One of the best known cultural events in Mill Valley is The Mill Valley Film Festival, an internationally renowned film festival that has been in business for 28 years. Here moviegoers and film directors congregate to enjoy new and innovative films. You can watch local theatre on a grand scale at The Mountain Play performed in a unique outdoor amphitheatre at the top of Mount Tamalpais.
This uniquely charming community attracts a diverse group of residents among which are the wealthy and well-known celebrities. Mill Valley is one of the most desirable towns to live in and was named by MONEY and CNN/Money magazines as one of the top 10 best U.S. cities to live in.
Mill Valley is a small but dynamic community with exceptional schools that are known for academic excellence and all-round learning. The Mill Valley public school district is run by the Mill Valley School District. Tamalpais High School has won the California Distinguished School Award several times. Mill Valley is also close to renowned colleges and universities, including the Marin Community College District, Golden Gate Baptist Seminary, College of Marin, Dominican University of California, Ali Akbar College of Music, and University of California at Berkeley.
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Mill Valley, California is known for its outdoor wonders and its many charming delights, such as shopping, golf and more all with a hip, earthy vibe. One of the many exciting offerings in Mill Valley is the Mount Tamalpais State Park.This beautiful spot shows off the stunning Mount Tamalpais, which is 2,571 feet high. This special peak is one that you can see far and wide and will enjoy...