NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:
Glass Fire Declared 100% Contained
With the North Bay under a red flag warning, Cal Fire has crews on active patrol to mitigate hot spots and respond to service needs.
Sonoma County Lifts Last Of Glass Fire Evacuation Orders
The Glass Fire has been declared 100 percent contained.
Most Marin County Residents Still Susceptible To Coronavirus
The county’s public health officer said Marin is vulnerable to a second or third wave before a vaccine is available early next year.
Marin County Launches New Tools To Assist With Reopening Schools
The county has released new resources for parents, students and teachers to find answers and guidelines regarding the reopening of schools.
New Drive-In Movie Theaters Popping Up Across Bay Area
Drive-in movie theaters are opening throughout the Bay Area amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Macy’s Announces Holiday Hiring, Including Marin County Stores
The company will be filling seasonal work positions on Thursday during a virtual holiday hiring event.
Cotton Candy Sky: Marin County Photo Of The Day
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7,000 In Bay Area Could Lose Power In Possible Shutoff
PG&E may shut off power amid high winds this week as it seeks to reduce risk of a wildfire sparked by electrical equipment.
Red Flag Warning Issued Across Much Of Bay Area
Weather will be conducive to the spread of wildfire beginning Wednesday, according to weather officials.
CA Announces Sporting Event, Theme Park COVID-19 Guidelines
The state released highly anticipated theme park and stadium event guidelines, and announced three counties that moved into reopening tiers.
CA Fires: NorCal Braces For Red Flag Warnings; Power Shutoffs
Here’s everything we know about California’s largest fire season on record, Oct. 20. Plus, see a map of all fires burning.
A Closer Look At Controversial Propositions
If you aren’t one of 3.5 million who have already returned their ballots, it’s time for a closer look at some of the propositions.
Ballot Campaigns Set State Record As Most Expensive
Never has an election cycle seen so much money funneled into California’s ballot measure campaigns.
Maskless Voters Will Not Be Turned Away On Election Day
Voters are encouraged to wear face coverings, but those who show up to the election polls on Nov. 3 without one will still be able to vote.
This article originally appeared on the Mill Valley Patch