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San Rafael is a coastal city that is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area, more specifically in the North Bay region. The shoreline of the city has been designated as a historically significant place to a considerable extent due to its ability to accommodate land development, with underlying bay mud or saturated clayed silt of sometimes up to ninety feet in thickness. In some spots along the beach, the sandstone or shale rock outcrops through the mud.

Population: 56063
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with san rafael, california: 94901 94903
Towns/Cities near san rafael, california : Larkspur Santa Venetia San Anselmo Kentfield Corte Madera Strawberry Woodacre Lucas Valley

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The Temecula Republican said the California Legislative Jewish Caucus ...

Stone's resignation comes the same day as the California Legislative Jewish Caucus' statement condemning last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., as well as Trump's handling of the event, in which one woman died and 19 people were hurt after a car drove through a crowd of counter-protesters. Two Virginia state troopers also were killed when their patrol helicopter crashed.

San Rafael man pleads guilty in sex-crimes sting

A 53-year-old Terra Linda man who was arrested in a sexual predation sting last year pleaded guilty Thursday. Nicholas Arnold Kunst admitted to a charge of attempted statutory rape, a felony, said Deputy District Attorney A.J. Brady.

Corte Madera woman gets post at Marin Promise Partnership

Marin Promise Partnership, a San Rafael collective dedicated to education equity, has hired a director of collaborative action, responsible for guiding teams to close the education gap for underserved students. Juliet Schiller, of Corte Madera, was selected from more than 80 applicants for the position because of her academic experience on education equity, research, and policies and practices that contribute to educational disparities in the public education system.

Marin County deputy DA accused of scamming dying man out of Plumas County cabin

A Marin County deputy district attorney has been accused in a lawsuit of conning a dying man into signing over the deed to the mountain cabin where he lived all his life. The defendant, Robert Ashley, 30, who has worked in the Marin D.A.'s office since May, said "the allegations are entirely false, and I think that will be very successful in the courts." The suit against Ashley and his mother, Marilyn, is being brought by Nate Accomazzo, a San Anselmo electrician who is the nephew of Stacey Accomazzo, who owned the cabin free and clear before he died of cancer in May at age 69. The Ashleys were his next door neighbors in a rustic part of Plumas County 90 miles northwest of Lake Tahoe.

Dog owners greet 'Patriot Prayer' plans with promises of poop

With a controversial "Patriot Prayer" free speech rally scheduled to come to Crissy Field later this month, bringing alt-right figures who have been involved in previous rallies that devolved into conflict in Berkeley, hundreds of Bay Area dog owners plan to extend a special welcome to the visitors by transforming the idyllic open space into a minefield of dog poop. A Facebook event urging people to " Leave your dog poop on Crissy Field " in the days before the Aug. 26 rally had over 500 attendees and 3,000 people interested in attending as of Thursday afternoon.

Sonoma-Marin train announces start date for commuters

After several delays, Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit officials received approval from the Federal Railroad Administration on Wednesday night to start service on the 43-mile rail line from downtown San Rafael to the Sonoma Airport. An extension to Larkspur is set to open in 2019.

Trace SF's long-defunct train routes in one BART-style map

David Edmondson, who blogs about transportation at the Greater Marin , once used archival timetables to create a map of Marin's Northwestern Pacific Interurban commuter line, which shut down in 1941. Now he's done the same thing for the railroads that crisscrossed the Bay Area, painstakingly reconstructing the routes of every train in the region using a 1937 edition of the Official Guide to the Railways .

Wilson Museum acquires Joshua Adam painting

The painting was selected as the People's Choice during the second annual Collecting Castine art show and museum fundraiser. Adam was inspired by the fact that the art show was dedicated to the memory of Castine artists Clark and Liddy Fitz-Gerald, a press release said.

Congressman Jared Huffman part of Arctic anti-drilling effort

North Coast Rep. Jared Huffman is among 69 members of Congress who are urging Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to cease actions initiating review of the offshore drilling schedule for the next five years, according to a release from Huffman's office. Zinke's probe comes after an executive order signed in April by President Trump aiming to expand offshore drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans.

San Rafael mobilizing for canal dredging

After years of inaction - and some would say neglect - San Rafael is moving ahead on what could end up as an $8 million project to dredge the San Rafael Canal and remove any contaminated mud. "The city is taking this issue very seriously," said City Manager Jim Schutz.

'13 Reasons Why,' 'Tranformers' filming in same Marin 'hood

A home in the Peacock Gap neighborhood of San Rafael. Click ahead to see filming locations for "13 Reasons Why" around the Bay Area.

Paramount launches a Bumblebeea shoot, a.k.a. a Brighton Fallsa

Paramount Pictures has begun work on its newest action film, "Transformers Universe: Bumblebee," in a quiet residential neighborhood in the Peacock Gap area of San Rafael. The film shoot for "Bumblebee," code-named "Brighton Falls," was surrounded by heavy security Tuesday, including San Rafael Police Department officers and Paramount vans and trucks.

In Your Town for Aug. 16, 2017

The free events will cover topics such as housing and transportation for older residents and the work of the California Commission on Aging. The events will be held at the Embassy Suites hotel at 101 McInnis Parkway in San Rafael.

Yurok Tribe honors Congressman Huffman

Today, the Yurok Tribal Council honored US Representative Jared Huffman with the first-ever Excellence in Partnership Award. "Congressman Huffman has a proven track record of being a powerful advocate for the Yurok people," said David Gensaw Sr., the Yurok Tribe's Vice Chairperson.

Marin residents mixed on faulting Trump for Charlottesville

Many Marin residents Monday expressed disappointment with President Donald Trump's response to the lethal violence in Charlottesville over the weekend, with some blaming the president for inciting hatred, while others insisted Trump is being blamed unfairly. "I believe that what happened in Charlottesville was not a random event," said San Rafael resident Susan Morgan of San Rafael, one of the leaders of Indivisible Marin, the local chapter of a national group urging resistance to Trump's policies.

Gas line damaged at Freitas-Las Gallinas project

A construction worker at the Freitas Parkway-Las Gallinas Avenue intersection upgrade project accidentally struck a 4-inch steel gas main Monday morning, closing streets at the intersection for about three hours. The worker, an employee of subcontractor Valentine Corp. of San Rafael, was using a jackhammer at the island in the middle of the west side of the intersection when the accident occurred at about 9:30 a.m., said Deanna Contreras, spokesperson for PG&E.

Novato: Avery Lane offers rehab for women

It takes only a few minutes to realize Camille Hildebrand is not your average 24-year-old. Both her personal journey and how she's using all she's learned to serve others make her stand apart.

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