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Palo Alto Forward joins opposition to office-space limits
A citizens group that promotes more housing and transportation options in Palo Alto has joined some of the city's largest... Last comment 1 hour ago | 117 comments

Panelists tell community: Listen more, listen deeply
A mother, a sister and a friend who have lost loved ones to suicide, along with a psychiatrist, a pediatrician, the Palo... Last comment 1 minutes ago | 28 comments

Palo Alto school board discusses budget projections, planning
In a departure for a school district with usually conservative budget projections, Chief Budget Officer Cathy Mak presented... Last comment 16 hours ago | 27 comments

 
 
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Over the course of a day, Palo Alto Baylands is ever-changing
At the Palo Alto Baylands, the sights and sounds that catch one's attention are as likely to come from above as from below. Friday, 7:28 AM | 13 comments

Town Hall: Is Stanford's counseling service failing?
The vast majority of Stanford University students at a moderated town-hall discussion in the Old Union Clubhouse Wednesday night shared personal experiences with CAPS that revealed an administrative body woefully in need of additional space, staff and initiative. Friday, 2:28 PM

Editorial: Council chamber is the wrong place to resolve home-design controversies
The Palo Alto City Council made the right call Monday night in upholding the staff approval of a single-family home proposed for a vacant lot on a cul-de-sac on Corina Way in the Adobe Meadow neighborhood in south Palo Alto. Friday, 7:31 AM | 7 comments

Chamber, Weekly announce Tall Tree Awards
Volunteer Fran Codispoti, early childhood education leader Sharon Keplinger, the Stanford Federal Credit Union and nonprofit organization Acterra will be recognized with 2015 Tall Tree Awards for their outstanding civic service to the Palo Alto community. Friday, 7:30 AM | 3 comments

In its war on waste, city takes aim at residents' food scraps
A proposal by Palo Alto officials to reduce the amount of trash heading to the landfill could soon bring a new service to city residents and a new composting requirement for local businesses. Friday, 7:30 AM | 20 comments

Local teens share stories in 'Youth of the Year' contest
Silicon Valley luminaries heard stories of parental neglect, local poverty and domestic violence Thursday night as teenage participants in the Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula competed in a speaking contest. Friday, 9:48 AM

Panelists tell community: Listen more, listen deeply

Palo Alto Forward joins opposition to office-space limits

East Palo Alto man arrested in string of burglaries

PUBLIC AGENDA: Ride-share program, office-space cap, composting program

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