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'Wayfinding' program to bring signs, monument, to City Hall
Visitors who have a hard time finding their way around Palo Alto City Hall will soon get plenty of help from the city, which... Last comment 3 hours ago | 41 comments

With new design, home on Eichler-style block in Palo Alto nears approval
After an outpouring of criticism from neighbors and significant design revisions, a Louis Road property owner this week received... Last comment 45 minutes ago | 22 comments

Palo Alto, fired library contractor exchange 'cover up' accusations
The court battle between the City of Palo Alto and the contractor it has accused of badly botching the long-delayed construction... Last comment 4 hours ago | 42 comments

 
 
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Deadly triple shooting in East Palo Alto Saturday
A man who was killed in a triple shooting in East Palo Alto has been identified as Mychael Edward Tillman, 31, of Hayward, San Mateo County Coroner Robert Foucrault said. Tillman and two women were shot on Saturday night, July 26, East Palo Alto police said. Monday, 11:50 AM | 1 comments

Works from major American artists gifted to Stanford
Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center has acquired three significant gifts of American art, securing a solid place in the museum's permanent collection of major 20th century works. Monday, 9:55 AM | 6 comments

Palo Alto group awards 25 college scholarships
Four recent graduates of Gunn and Palo Alto high schools are among this year's recipients in a scholarship program begun by a Palo Alto couple nearly 30 years ago. Monday, 9:57 AM | 1 comments

One injured in carport fire
A two-alarm blaze injured one person and damaged 12 vehicles in a carport in Mountain View Saturday evening, fire officials said.
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Meet the winners of the 2014 Best Of Palo Alto
Some of these businesses are old friends, household names that are counted on and celebrated. Others are new kids on the block who have burst on the scene. But whether they are neighborhood fixtures or upstarts, they have all won 2014 Best Of awards, bestowed upon them by readers of the Palo Alto Weekly. Friday, 7:53 AM | 21 comments

'Wayfinding' program to bring signs, monument to City Hall
Visitors who have a hard time finding their way around Palo Alto City Hall will soon get plenty of help from the city, which is embarking on a $300,000 effort to install a network of signs in and around its primary civic hub. Friday, 7:54 AM | 41 comments

With new design, home on Eichler block nears approval
After an outpouring of criticism from neighbors and significant design revisions, a Louis Road property owner this week received the green light from the city to build a two-story home on a block dominated by Eichler-style houses. The approval will become officially effective in about two weeks unless the city receives a request for a hearing from an adjacent tenant or property owner. Friday, 9:46 AM | 22 comments

Youth program aims to build qualities for success

New head of East Palo Alto rent program abruptly resigns

Palo Alto, fired contractor exchange 'cover up' accusations

PUBLIC AGENDA: PC zoning reforms, build requirements

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