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Located in the San Francisco Bay Area ten miles from San Rafael and thirty miles from San Francisco the area was originally home to a number of Miwok villages. Named after a Miwok chief named Novatus after his baptism and the Novato River nearby. Novato grew after World War II due to the construction of a freeway. The area's barbershop is also a sponsor of a beard-growing contest. Many biotech firms as well as the Buck Institute bolster the Economy for Age Research

Population: 52737
Local Newspapers: The Marin Independent Journal Novato Advance
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants (MLB) 49ers (NFL)
Local Colleges: College of Marin Indian Valley Campus

Zip Codes associated with novato, california: 94945 94947 94947 94949
Towns/Cities near novato, california : Black Point Green Point Lucas Valley Marinwood Hamilton Dewitt

Novato News
Services, parade, festival part of Marina s Memorial Day weekend lineup

In addition to solemn memorial services, there will be other holiday offerings, including a parade in Mill Valley, a Greek festival in Novato, barbecues and other events. Weather officials expect lingering showers to taper off Friday morning for a clear, cool and sunny weekend.

"Removing Red," from "Dark Landscapes for a White House" by Deborah Oropallo

Last October, when Deborah Oropallo smelled the smoke from the North Bay firestorm, she looked out the window on her Novato dairy farm and saw a sky that was dark and orange at 6 a.m. She is an artist before a farmer, so she realized that this calamity fit perfectly into an ongoing video project about oil and its effect on the climate. Floods, oil wars, the diminishing polar ice cap and now the wildfire.

13-Year-Old Boy Cited For Allegedly Making Threat About Middle...

A 13-year-old boy was cited for allegedly making criminal threats against a middle school in Novato after several classmates overheard him talking about bringing a gun to "shoot up the school," police said. Novato police received a report at 6:25 p.m. that students at Sinaloa Middle School at 2045 Vineyard Road overheard the alleged threat.

Remembering Sonoma's great leaf-blower debate

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Marin supervisorial candidates clash over public housing conditions

Supervisor Judy Arnold has backed off a claim that photographs highlighted by challenger Toni Shroyer of squalid conditions at public housing in Marin City were not actually taken there. She said her assertion had been based on a lack of information provided to the Marin Housing Authority in response to a letter by attorney Leonard Rifkind to the county.

Novato opens proposal period for Hamilton land

The tract, known as the Commissary Parcel, is on State Access Road just south of the Hamilton Marketplace shopping center. The city says it will consider purchase or lease proposals for housing, a hotel, retail or other possible uses.

If the Great Leaf-Blower Debate gave you slow-motion whiplash, you'd...

Darryl Ponicsan, shown at a leaf-blown ballfield across from his studio on First Street East in 2013, as the leaf-blower controversy was in its infancy. If the Great Leaf-Blower Debate gave you slow-motion whiplash, you'd be forgiven your lingering cynicism.

Marin City rape suspect convicted at trial

A Larkspur man charged with raping a woman in a Marin City parking lot last summer was convicted in a jury trial. The crime occurred on July 9. The woman, a Novato resident, told authorities she was visiting Marin City for an event and had trouble with her bicycle.

Editorial: Judy Arnold is the best choice for Novato supervisor

Marin Supervisor Judy Arnold and challenger Toni Shroyer are locked in a rematch of their 2014 contest, when Arnold won a third term with just 215 votes to spare. On the June 5 ballot, voters in the Novato-based 5th District will face the choice between a long-term incumbent officeholder and a challenger armed with energetic supporters and a lot of complaints about Arnold and her colleagues on the board.

Novato car hits power pole, cuts electricity to thousands

A car crashed into a power pole in Novato on Tuesday night, cutting electricity to thousands of customers in the area. No injuries were reported and the driver in the solo-vehicle incident was arrested on suspicion of DUI, according to Novato Police Sgt.

18-Year-Old High School Student Arrested On Suspicion Of...

An 18-year-old Novato resident and Novato High School student was arrested on suspicion of threatening a former roommate via text message and possessing ammunition on school grounds, according to Novato police. Police said Adam Frey was taken into custody on school grounds on May 8 after police interviewed him regarding the text messages sent to the former roommate.

Restaurant review: Tex-Mex classics served with a side of warmth at Carmena s La Hacienda

The vibe at Carmen's La Hacienda Taqueria is Mexican fiesta with vibrantly colored walls in bright hues adorned with Mexican folk art. Family taquerias are a quintessential part of Marin.

Butterfly Project teaches lessons of the Holocaust at Novatoa s San Jose Middle School

Eighth-grade English students at Novato's San Jose Middle School are participating in a worldwide effort to bring attention to the 1.5 million children who died in the Holocaust. The Butterfly Project, started in 1996 by the Holocaust Museum in Houston, is in reference to the 1959 Czech poem by Pavel Friedmann.

Marin social scene: Marin League of the San Francisco Symphony

The Marin League of the San Francisco Symphony raised $7,000 at its Cinco de Mayo fundraiser at the Corte Madera Community Center. The event was attended by 75 people, including Susie Imel, of Belvedere; Francine Hulot, of Novato; Madeleine and Dirk Langeveld, of Corte Madera; Bill Halvestine, of Larkspur; Linda and David Brauner, of Forest Knolls; Parvin Brodkin, of Tiburon; Marilyn Moomau, of San Rafael; Pat Johnstone, of San Anselmo; Linda Nelson, Connie Oclassen, Kathy Meyer, Mary Casey, Elmer Carr, Felipe Santiago and Marilyn Chavez, all of Mill Valley.

Marin supervisorial candidates clash for second time in four years

Without a doubt the highest profile race in the June 5 primary election is the rematch between veteran Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold, who is seeking a fourth term, and real estate agent Toni Shroyer. Shroyer came tantalizingly close to scoring an upset four years ago; Arnold's margin of victory over Shroyer was just 215 votes, less than 2 percent of the vote.

Editorial: Ita s a close call, but IJ recommends Frugoli for Marin DA

The longtime incumbent, Ed Berberian, is retiring and three strong candidates, both inside and outside of his office, are vying for his position. The candidates - county prosecutors A.J. Brady of Corte Madera and Lori Frugoli of Novato and former federal prosecutor Anna Pletcher of Mill Valley - offer voters a variety of legal experience and priorities.

Beer Birthday: Derek Smith

Today is the 43rd birthday of Derek Smith, who is the brewmaster at Moylan's Brewing in Novato, California. When I first met Derek he was brewing at Black Diamond Brewing, but in 2013, he started brewing at Molyan's, and he's been doing great things there ever since.

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