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:
Friedman's Helps Provide Masks For Sonoma County Medical Workers
The home-improvement store with three Sonoma County locations has adjusted its hours but remains open — to 30 customers at a time.
Union Locates 39 Million N95 Masks As Coronavirus Cases Surge
SEIU United Healthcare Workers West is "continuing to turn over every rock" to ensure their heroic workers can safely do their jobs.
Elected Officials Join Sonoma County Blood Drive Effort
"Both blood drives completely booked up within minutes, and we couldn't be more grateful," state Sen. Mike McGuire said.
Coronavirus: Golden Gate National Recreation Area Closes Lots
Golden Gate National Recreation Area will scale back services outside of visitor and resource protection to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Cotati Man Arraigned In Fatal Stabbing Of Group Home Operator
Anderson Quinonez-Cabeza, 18, is scheduled to enter a plea Friday in the fatal stabbing of Sylvia Bracamonte, 33, of Cotati.
Coronavirus: Drive-Thru Testing Center Opens In San Rafael
One Medical has opened drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in San Rafael, San Francisco and Sunnyvale.
Marin Property Taxes Still Due April 10 Despite Coronavirus
County officials said 120 local public agencies rely on property tax revenue to maintain essential public services.
60 Coronavirus Cases; Medical Surge Task Force Formed In Marin
With COVID-19 cases climbing in Marin, the countywide school closure was extended and a Medical Surge Task Force was formed this week.
Coronavirus In Napa County: 7th Case Confirmed
"The community should assume that anyone, even those without symptoms, could have coronavirus and be unintentionally infecting others."