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Aerial spraying for mosquitoes slated for Wednesday
The Santa Clara County Vector Control District (SCCVCD) is planning a helicopter assault on winter salt-marsh mosquito in... Last comment 5 hours ago | 16 comments

Stanford student's vehicular manslaughter case may hinge on technicality
The case of a Stanford University student facing charges in the death of one taxi passenger and the injury of another passenger... Last comment 4 hours ago | 11 comments

Palo Alto prepares to test new office cap
When Palo Alto officials agreed last year to institute an annual limit on office development, the goal was to slow down the... Last comment 6 hours ago | 14 comments

Evergreen Park wants annexation to parking-permit program
With their neighborhood rapidly becoming a de facto commuter parking zone, residents of Evergreen Park want the Palo Alto... Last comment 9 hours ago | 14 comments

 
 
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District to dismiss teacher accused of child sex abuse
The Palo Alto school board unanimously voted Tuesday to dismiss an elementary school teacher who has been accused of sexually abusing a former student more than 10 years ago. Tuesday, 11:50 PM

City backs funding plan for transportation-tax measure
Seeking to preserve a fragile and fraying coalition of cities, Palo Alto officials on Monday night rallied behind a proposal for divvying up the roughly $6 billion in transportation funds that would be raised by a proposed November tax measure. Tuesday, 2:04 PM | 2 comments

Palo Alto prepares to test new office cap
When Palo Alto officials agreed last year to institute an annual limit on office development, the goal was to slow down the pace of growth in the city's most congested commercial areas and to ramp up the quality of new developments by subjecting them to "beauty contests." Tuesday, 2:26 AM | 14 comments

Vehicular manslaughter case may hinge on technicality
The case of a Stanford University student facing charges in the death of one taxi passenger and the injury of another passenger and the taxi driver could hinge on whether his blood was drawn involuntarily, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's office. Tuesday, 8:47 AM | 11 comments

Evergreen Park wants annexation to parking program
With their neighborhood rapidly becoming a de facto commuter parking zone, residents of Evergreen Park want the Palo Alto City Council to annex their neighborhood into the existing 2010 College Terrace Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP). Monday, 4:32 PM | 14 comments

Hillary Clinton will be in Atherton Feb. 21
February is proving to be a busy month for high-profile visitors to Atherton, including a political fundraising visit from President Barack Obama and a campaign fundraising event by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Monday, 12:23 PM | 3 comments

Board to discuss funding, models for mental health

Feds side with family in DNA lawsuit against Palo Alto district

Aerial spraying for mosquitoes slated for Feb. 10

Cities join forces to back transportation-funding plan

Police: Palo Alto man robbed after walking in on burglary

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