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District eyes expansion of student research program
Palo Alto Unified Superintendent Max McGee is hoping to expand a longtime student-research program at Palo Alto High School... Last comment 52 minutes ago | 25 comments

Palo Alto adopts new 'green building' rules
With Earth Day just around the corner, Palo Alto on Monday ramped up its building code to require all new buildings to accommodate... Last comment 3 hours ago | 10 comments

Gunn moves closer to new bell schedule
A group of students, parents, teachers and administrators gathered in Gunn High School's Titan Gym Monday night to discuss... Last comment 6 minutes ago | 10 comments

Never a drop to waste
Palo Alto resident Sue Kemp has long since turned off her automatic watering systems and tends by hand to the plants and... Last comment 8 hours ago | 29 comments

 
 
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City Clerk Beth Minor sheds 'interim' label
Palo Alto's new city clerk, Beth Minor, won't need much time learning the ropes in the busy office on the seventh floor. After seven years as the city clerk's chief assistant, Minor has spent the past five months proving to the council that she can handle the top job. Tuesday, 4:24 PM

With new fountain in place, Cal Avenue project nears finish line
With just weeks to go until the finish line, the reconstruction of California Avenue hit another milestone Tuesday afternoon when workers lifted the veil off to reveal the street's new fountain sculpture. Tuesday, 2:50 PM | 3 comments

Man faces felony charges tied to burglaries at restaurants
A 61-year-old East Palo Alto man charged with burglarizing four Menlo Park restaurants has been held to answer after a preliminary hearing on Monday, April 20. Tuesday, 10:42 AM

Gunn High School moves closer to new bell schedule
A group of students, parents, teachers and administrators gathered in Gunn High School's Titan Gym Monday night to discuss what the school's bell schedule could look like in the next year or two, supplemented by research that supports shifting to a new block schedule. Tuesday, 9:32 AM | 10 comments

Palo Alto adopts new 'green building' rules
With Earth Day just around the corner, Palo Alto on Monday ramped up its building code to require all new buildings to accommodate solar panels and irrigation systems that rely on laundry water.
Tuesday, 1:10 AM | 10 comments

School district eyes expansion of student research program
Palo Alto Unified Superintendent Max McGee is hoping to expand a longtime student-research program at Palo Alto High School in both scope and size, bringing advanced research to students at both high schools and in subjects beyond science. Tuesday, 7:52 AM | 25 comments

Palo Alto area to celebrate Earth Day
Several cities and nonprofit organizations are hosting events and activities this week in honor of Earth Day, which is on Wednesday, April 22. Monday, 4:39 PM

Man arrested on suspicion of hate crime in Palo Alto

Pedestrian struck by bicycle sustains major injuries

Hundreds turn out for Magical Bridge opening in Palo Alto

Pedestrian killed after being hit by truck identified

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