Businesses to drive city's new traffic-fighting nonprofit
As Palo Alto prepares to launch new shuttles, impose downtown parking restrictions and offer other incentives for commuters... Last comment 6 hours ago | 17 comments
Palo Alto settles suit over affordable housing
After five years of litigation, Palo Alto officials on Monday reached an agreement with a developer who challenged a city... Last comment 20 hours ago | 11 comments
What is wrong with the USPS in Palo Alto?
Today, I was waiting for a package from Amazon that would be delivered through the USPS. I was given a tracking number and... Last comment 5 hours ago | 78 comments
Thinking About College
by John Raftrey and Lori McCormick
Standardized Test Prep: When to Start and Whom to Hire?
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Palo Alto: School board's OCR spending tops $366,000
The Palo Alto school district has spent a total of more than $366,000 in outside legal fees on Office for Civil Rights-related issues since late 2011, when the first of 11 discrimination complaints was filed through the federal agency, according to data presented by Superintendent Max McGee at the Oct. 28 board meeting. Thursday, 1:58 PM | 17 comments
LaBonta's overtime goal is as good as gold for Cardinal
Lo'eau LaBonta scored in the first overtime period to lift the fourth-ranked Stanford women's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over visiting Oregon in Pac-12 action Thursday night.
Thursday, 11:26 PM
Dear White People
At this point in American history, we'd like to believe we've come a long way, baby, on the subject of race. But as "Dear White People" wades into those very much still roiling waters, viewers will have to confess we've still got a long way to go. ...... Read the full review
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