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Debate over council size splits Palo Alto establishment
More than two centuries after Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton forced the nation to weigh the merits of democracy... Last comment 1 hour ago | 24 comments

Cell tower on verge of approval for Little League field
It took many extra innings, but Verizon Wireless is now poised to score the winning run in its long and controversial effort... Last comment 2 hours ago | 25 comments

Editorial: Growing the shuttle
As one piece of a multi-pronged approach to improving transit options and addressing parking and congestion, city officials... Last comment 15 hours ago | 14 comments

Mark Zuckerberg makes surprise visit to Sequoia High
Sequoia High School students and staff were treated to a surprise visit by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a... Last comment 13 minutes ago | 13 comments

 
 
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Jordan Middle School helps start 13 libraries in Africa
With 1,000 books and $500, you can build a library in Africa. That is the premise of the African Library Project, a volunteer-based book donation program started by a Portola Valley mother who was troubled when, on a trip to Africa, she was told that the country she was visiting only had one library. Saturday, 10:05 AM

New zoning law targets Palo Alto plating shops
Responding to concerns from the Barron Park neighborhood about potential hazards of a nearby plating shop, Palo Alto officials are considering a new zoning law that would ban such operations near residential areas. Saturday, 10:04 AM | 2 comments

Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce replaces CEO David MacKenzie
The Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce will have a new CEO after its current leader, David MacKenzie, was asked to step down this week, the Weekly has learned. Friday, 9:00 PM | 5 comments

iPhone 6 debut draws large crowd to Palo Alto store
The new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went on sale across the country on Friday, Sept. 19, with hundreds of people braving long lines that wrapped for blocks outside Apple stores across the Bay Area, including the Palo Alto location. Friday, 11:46 AM

East Palo Alto program builds a culture of life
With its burgundy walls, Persian rugs, faux-leather seating and black cocktail tables, the basement of the single-story dwelling in East Palo Alto looks like a hip lounge. On a recent Wednesday evening, the band at 321 Bell St. was jumping. Friday, 9:42 AM | 4 comments

Auditor finds flaws in police department's internal probe
Palo Alto's independent police auditors raised flags this week about the way the Police Department investigated an allegation that a detective threatened a suspect during an interrogation in 2012. Friday, 9:58 AM | 2 comments

East Palo Alto men plead not guilty to beating elderly cyclist

Editorial: Growing the shuttle

Mark Zuckerberg makes surprise visit to school

Debate over council size splits Palo Alto establishment

Palo Alto: Second victim dies in fatal wrong-way crash

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