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Palo Alto ends legal feud with Mitchell Park Library contractor
Days after Palo Alto celebrated the grand opening of its new Mitchell Park Library and Community Center, the city has reached... Last comment 44 minutes ago | 26 comments

Miki approved as new College Terrace grocer
Miki Werness, whose well acclaimed but financially troubled grocery store fizzled in Alma Village last year, will get another... Last comment 27 minutes ago | 37 comments

Consultant hired to help Palo Alto with social-media updates
With Palo Alto's social-media efforts in full bloom, the City Council approved spending $160,000 on a consultant who will... Last comment on Dec 15, 2014 at 7:48 pm | 29 comments

Palo Alto to explore incentives for slashing natural-gas use
After cutting carbon out of the city's electric supply, Palo Alto officials are now fixing their sights on the next frontier... Last comment 21 hours ago | 35 comments

 
 
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"WSP students create labyrinth"
In four days, high school students at the Waldorf School of the Peninsula designed and created this walkable labyrinth on their Mountain View Campus. Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Jan 27, 2014

 
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Land use tops council members' concerns for 2015
Names and faces will change but Palo Alto's official priorities should remain largely fixed when the new City Council convenes for its first meeting in January, with land-use and transportation leading the way. Wednesday, 11:30 AM

City ups contribution for Palo Alto History Museum
How much money should Palo Alto spend in the present and the future to establish a museum that would tell the story of the city's past? That's the question that the City Council agonized over Monday night, as it considered a request for public funds to make the new museum a reality. Tuesday, 4:40 PM

Minority students speak to challenges in school district
A group of Palo Alto middle and high school students of color spoke Tuesday night about the good, the bad and the ugly inherent to their academic and social experiences in the school district, from essential support programs to struggling with social and cultural stigmas. Wednesday, 9:48 AM | 6 comments

Palo Alto bans smoking in shopping districts
Palo Alto continued its crusade against cigarette smoke this week by expanding its existing ban to commercial districts, though the City Council also decided that it needs more time to consider whether e-cigarettes should also be covered by the new law. Wednesday, 9:47 AM | 10 comments

Train strikes car in Atherton
A southbound Caltrain struck a car on the train tracks at Fair Oak Avenue in Atherton at about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16. The driver was able to escape the car before the collision. Wednesday, 10:24 AM

VIDEO: Superintendent McGee talks about plans for Palo Alto schools
Palo Alto school district Superintendent Glenn "Max" McGee was the featured speaker at the winter luncheon of the League of Women Voters of Palo Alto on Dec. 5, 2014. Wednesday, 7:47 AM

Stanford students create support group for those who take time off from school
Student group Bridging the Gap hopes to create for the first time at Stanford University a broader, established, more supportive social circle for students who have taken time off from school. Wednesday, 7:39 AM | 2 comments

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Miki Werness approved as new College Terrace grocer

Wellness center to consolidate all student services but one

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PUBLIC AGENDA: College Terrace grocer, Avenidas property, short-term rental regs

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