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Palo Alto seeks to snuff out smoke in apartments
Palo Alto struck another blow against tobacco on Monday night, when the City Council decreed that every apartment building... Last comment 1 hour ago | 13 comments

Bad-tasting water due to Hetch Hetchy water reductions
Palo Alto and other local cities' residents who have been complaining about nasty-tasting water coming from their taps can... Last comment 22 minutes ago | 13 comments

Burglars smash vehicle into Apple Store in Palo Alto
A burglary ring crashed through the front glass windows of the downtown Palo Alto Apple Store early Sunday morning by driving... Last comment 19 minutes ago | 15 comments

Edgewood Plaza developer: Fines not 'warranted'
The developer for Edgewood Plaza in Palo Alto, who has faced steep daily fines for the vacant grocery-store space at the... Last comment 16 hours ago | 50 comments

 
 
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Palo Alto Unified School District Superintendent Max McGee, left, and Grant Althouse, principal of Fairmeadow Elementary School, right, sport tutus to celebrate Fairmeadow's 22nd (two-two) day of the month on Thursday, Sept. 22. Photo by Paul Sakuma/www.paulsakuma.com. Submitted by My Nguyen on Sep 22, 2016

 
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Palo Alto braces for budget deficit
Despite a thriving economy and growing revenues, Palo Alto is heading into the new year with a financial cloud on the horizon: a projected budget deficit that could be as high as $6 million. Tuesday, 10:58 PM | 4 comments

Palo Alto police seek residential burglary suspects
A man and woman who were captured by surveillance cameras allegedly committing a daytime residential burglary last month are still at large and Palo Alto police are asking the public to help identify them. Tuesday, 3:53 PM

Palo Alto to hold 'town hall' neighborhood meetings
Building on its commitment for more transparency and community dialogue, the City of Palo Alto will convene two neighborhood "town hall" meetings in December; the first is on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Tuesday, 3:12 PM

Cold, wet weather in this week's forecast
Nature appears to finally be kicking open the storm door, with winter storms expected to begin on Wednesday and to continue over much of the next two weeks in the Bay Area. Tuesday, 1:53 PM | 1 comments

Palo Alto moves toward 'carbon free' natural gas
Having already slashed carbon out of its electricity portfolio, Palo Alto is now looking to do the same to natural gas. Yet the program that the City Council endorsed Monday night has some green leaders arguing that the city isn't going far enough. Tuesday, 11:31 AM

Suit: Stanford acted with 'deliberate indifference' to reports of sexual assault
A female Stanford University student who says the same male student sexually assaulted her and several other women has filed a lawsuit against the university, alleging Stanford violated federal anti-discrimination law Title IX and acted negligently by failing to protect her and others from a "known sexual predator on campus." Tuesday, 8:59 AM | 9 comments

City seeks to snuff out smoke in apartments
Palo Alto struck another blow against tobacco on Monday night, when the City Council decreed that every apartment building in the city will soon be no-smoke zones. Tuesday, 2:12 AM | 13 comments

Did city hold adequate hearings on Buena Vista closure?

Bad-tasting water due to Hetch Hetchy water reductions

East Palo Alto girl, 2, died of blunt-force trauma

Breakthrough Prize honors local science pioneers at Moffett

PUBLIC AGENDA: Carbon neutral plan, smoking ordinance, bullying policy

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