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Muffin got lucky the day a large labradoodle attacked him and his owner during a walk in their Crescent Park neighborhood.... Last comment 2 hours ago | 39 comments

Challenge Success offers roadmap for school reform
Since its start as a stress-reduction program in 2003, Stanford University Graduate School of Education's Challenge Success... Last comment on Jul 31, 2015 at 10:26 am | 11 comments

Editorial: Unfriendly skies
It doesn't take too many minutes of sitting in a backyard in Palo Alto or trying to sleep next to an open window to realize... Last comment 13 minutes ago | 65 comments

 
 
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Conversation about race starts with events, book group
Vowing to change the nation's culture of racism by beginning locally, hundreds of Palo Alto residents gathered at the University AME Zion Church in Palo Alto on Monday, July 27, to watch a film on white privilege. Sunday, 9:32 AM | 3 comments

Off Deadline: Avenidas expansion faces parking challenge
Avenidas has announced plans for a major expansion of its historic building, but parking in the highly sensitized "Downtown North" neighborhood is the big issue tangled in the political governance. Saturday, 7:47 AM | 4 comments

Mark Zuckerberg, wife to become first-time parents
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl, according to an announcement Zuckerberg posted on Facebook Friday. Friday, 4:01 PM | 16 comments

Women arrested in connection with residential burglary
Two East Palo Alto women were arrested Thursday in connection with a residential burglary in Redwood City. Friday, 3:36 PM | 1 comments

District's special education department gets new director
Seeing a need for new structure, Palo Alto Unified Superintendent Max McGee has this year reorganized the district's special education department and its employees' responsibilities, most recently naming Chiara Perry, one of the district's three special education coordinators, as director. Friday, 7:53 AM | 12 comments

Editorial: Flawed new air-traffic routing system needs reset
It doesn't take too many minutes of sitting in a backyard in Palo Alto or trying to sleep next to an open window to realize something has radically changed with commercial aircraft-routing patterns in our skies. Friday, 7:53 AM | 65 comments

Pet owners can be liable when their dogs attack
Muffin got lucky the day a large labradoodle attacked him and his owner during a walk in their Crescent Park neighborhood. The 8-year-old male bichon frisť with gentle, dark eyes narrowly escaped being mauled after the labradoodle jumped a fence on the 1300 block of Hamilton Avenue on Saturday, June 18. Friday, 7:55 AM | 39 comments

East Palo Alto streets to get more lighting

Department receives funds to fight alcohol-related crimes

PUBLIC AGENDA: Recycled water distribution project, utilities program for emerging tech

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