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With new contract, 70 percent of Palo Alto teachers will earn over $100,000
An analysis of data supplied by the Palo Alto school district shows that more than 70 percent of district teachers will be... Last comment 37 minutes ago | 49 comments

Independent groups pump cash into Assembly campaign
With the crowded race to succeed Assemblyman Rich Gordon in the 24th District heading into the final stretch, independent... Last comment 2 hours ago | 6 comments

Palo Alto seeks to reboot bike-bridge project
After their first bid to create a "landmark" bike bridge over U.S. Highway 101 took an unfortunate turn, Palo Alto officials... Last comment 22 hours ago | 19 comments

Editorial: The vanishing surplus
The Palo Alto school board has spent months in what we now discover were two alternate realities, one taking place behind... Last comment 13 hours ago | 40 comments

 
 
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Block-long development approved for Olive Garden site
The already sizzling construction climate around California Avenue is set to heat up even further after the City Council approved on Monday night a proposal to demolish the Olive Garden restaurant on El Camino Real and replace it with a mixed-use development featuring offices, condominiums and retail space. Tuesday, 1:33 AM | 7 comments

Independent groups pump cash into Assembly campaign
With the crowded race to succeed Assemblyman Rich Gordon in the 24th District heading into the final stretch, independent political action committees are throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars into the contest in hopes of influencing the outcome. So far, Palo Alto City Councilman Marc Berman has been the chief beneficiary. Monday, 4:28 PM | 6 comments

New proposal recommends full-day kindergarten for all
All incoming Palo Alto school district kindergartners could attend school for a full day starting this fall under a new, evolved recommendation from Superintendent Max McGee. Monday, 2:59 PM | 1 comments

Stanford names new Graduate School of Business dean
Stanford University professor and economist Jonathan Levin will be taking the helm of the university's top-ranked Graduate School of Business this fall, replacing outgoing dean Garth Saloner, the university announced Monday. Monday, 3:11 PM | 1 comments

Assembly candidate submits murky donor reports
Dinged in the past for failing to report political contributions, Cupertino Mayor Barry Chang could be facing another set of election troubles in an eight-way primary race for the District 24 state Assembly seat. Monday, 12:04 PM | 3 comments

PHOTOS: A night to remember
Teen girls staying at Ronald McDonald House at Stanford got the full beauty treatment before attending the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital School's prom on Friday, May 20. Monday, 11:56 AM

With new contract, 70 percent of teachers will earn over $100K

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