Top stories on San Anselmo - Fairfax the week of Aug. 26-31:
- San Anselmo Nanny Accused of Driving Drunk to Pick Up Kids at School
- Most Ross Valley Elementary Schools Lose Ground on 2013 Test Performance
- Drake High, Other Marin High Schools, See a 2013 API Increase
- Marin Nonprofit Opposes Federal Plan to Use Rodenticide on Farallon Islands
- UPDATE: Good Samaritan Finds Lost San Anselmo Puppy
- Not As Groovy: Top 17 Hippie Cities List Mentions Marin as Spot the Rich Hippies Moved To
- San Anselmo Roads Closed After Water Main Break
- Hey Fairfax, How was Streets for People?
Other locals news from around the web:
Serial killer Joseph Naso, who was recently found guilty of four murders, has been linked to a sixth victim — a woman found dead in Marin County in 1981, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The body of Sharileea Patton was found in two garbage bags, according to the Sacramento Bee.
Some San Anselmo residents feel a proposed 18-bed housing facility for recovering addicts is not a good fit for the town, according to a report in KTVU. The project is spearheaded by two former addicts, including Kristina Wandzilak, star of the reality show Addicted, which had had a two season run on TLC.
Plans for an 11-acre subdivision near San Anselmo have cleared an environmental hurdle, according to the Marin Independent Journal. The the proposed development, in a valley between hills of San Anselmo, San Rafael and Sleepy Hollow, would include six 1,500-square-foot homes.
The trial of Max Wade, who is accused of stealing Guy Fieri's Lamborghini from San Francisco and shooting at teens in Mill Valley, is set to begin in September. Last minute plea negotiations fell through this week, according to the Marin Independent Journal.