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What can be done to address the shortage of affording housing?
When demand exceeds supply, prices increase. To reduce the price of any commodity, including housing, you increase the supply.... Last comment 14 minutes ago | 93 comments

New partner proposed for Palo Alto animal shelter
Palo Alto's cramped but popular animal shelter would be preserved, renovated and turned into a "no kill" zone under a proposed... Last comment 1 hour ago | 10 comments

Highway of change
Treasure Island Stamps and Coins doesn't look like a typical Palo Alto "destination." Crowds don't gather outside its doors... Last comment 2 hours ago | 21 comments

City looks to change, cement retail-protection law
Retail in Palo Alto is easier to appreciate than to preserve, particularly at a time when soaring rents drive shops out of... Last comment on Aug 26, 2016 at 9:04 am | 21 comments

 
 
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Jennifer Cullenbine, executive director at the Family Giving Tree, and Jonathan Becher, chief marketing officer at SAP, hold backpacks on July 29, 2014, that will be given to low-income children. SAP employees donated and packed around 225 backpacks with classroom essentials for the education non-profit Family Giving Tree. Submitted by Arunima Kumar on Aug 6, 2014

 
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Judging the judges: Recalls may become easier, but is that better for California?
Amid a constellation of factors, some legal experts believe we could be plunging into a new era in which judges increasingly fear losing their jobs over unpopular decisions -- and that, in turn, may influence how they behave on the bench. Monday, 2:07 PM | 1 comments

Teen drug abuse on the rise in county
It's never a slow day for Adolescent Counseling Services. The nonprofit's Palo Alto office is routinely packed during its late afternoon hours as teens and their families flood in to seek substance abuse treatment and counseling. And it's only a matter of months before another big wave of new cases comes rolling in. Monday, 12:07 PM | 3 comments

Study of texting aims to improve crisis counseling
What a counselor says -- or doesn't say -- during a crisis counseling session can make a big difference in whether a client goes away better able to cope, according to a new study by Stanford University researchers. Monday, 7:44 AM | 5 comments

Equestrians lose horse pasture at Stanford
Faced with pressures for potential future development space and federal requirements to protect threatened and endangered species that inhabit its open spaces, Stanford University is reducing the lease of at least one longtime equestrian facility. Monday, 7:44 AM | 22 comments

Tweaks to rooftop-solar program irk industry execs
It's been a banner year for solar energy in Palo Alto, with the city signing new long-term contracts for its supply of solar-powered electricity and newly installed panels gleaming from rooftops at residential and commercial buildings throughout the city. Monday, 7:44 AM | 3 comments

VIDEO: Behind the Headlines -- The evolving El Camino Real
On this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong leads a discussion with reporter Gennady Sheyner and photographer Veronica Weber about El Camino Real's forgotten treasures and ongoing transformation. Monday, 7:44 AM | 1 comments

Guest Opinion: Unhealthy racket -- City tries to quiet skies

Man arrested in connection with East Palo Alto homicide

Forgotten highway: El Camino Real undergoes new transition

Brock Turner judge to no longer hear criminal cases

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