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Accent Arts, Village Stationers to leave Cal Ave
Two of California Avenue's independent retailers, whose stores have contributed to the small-town charm that has long characterized... Last comment 3 hours ago | 62 comments

Amid policy clashes, council to meet with planning commission
It's no secret that the rift between the Palo Alto City Council and its main land-use advisory panel, the Planning and Transportation... Last comment on Nov 25, 2015 at 7:29 am | 11 comments

Officials warn of flooding from coming storms
If a 1998-level El Nino storm barrels into the Bay Area this winter, Palo Alto and East Palo Alto residents and city staff... Last comment 4 hours ago | 32 comments

Editorial: An encouraging first step by the FAA
Prodded for months by three members of Congress and an increasingly organized group of Peninsula and Santa Cruz County residents,... Last comment 21 hours ago | 13 comments

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Residents pumped up about groundwater 'waste'
With California's drought stretching through its fourth year, the sight of water gushing out of Palo Alto's construction sites has drained the patience of Keith Bennett and his neighbors in the Crescent Park, Old Palo Alto and Community Center neighborhoods. Friday, 8:10 AM | 26 comments

DreamCatchers helps students achieve academic success
DreamCatchers afterschool program offers fun projects to teach low-income middle school students complicated math subjects, as well as units on "healthy behaviors" and "building dreams," to help students understand what is necessary to reach their goals. Friday, 8:04 AM | 2 comments

Holiday Guide to Everything
Check out our Holiday Guide to Everything, including where to get inexpensive stocking stuffers, recipes for winter cocktails, a roundup of holiday events and more to make your season bright. Friday, 8:18 AM

Police offer tips to prevent package thefts
As the holiday season rapidly approaches, Palo Alto police are offering tips to prevent packages from being stolen from people's front porches. Friday, 8:13 AM

East Palo Alto homicide suspect pleads not guilty
A suspect in a 2014 East Palo Alto homicide who was arrested earlier this month pleaded not guilty Wednesday to murder, attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon charges, according to San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. Thursday, 11:34 AM

CHP ramping up efforts to reduce roadways deaths
The California Highway Patrol will be cracking down on impaired and unrestrained drivers this Thanksgiving weekend by increasing its patrols, CHP officials said. Thursday, 11:26 AM

Accent Arts, Village Stationers to leave California Avenue
Two of California Avenue's independent retailers, whose stores have contributed to the small-town charm that has long characterized Palo Alto's so-called "second downtown," have announced they plan to move out. Wednesday, 8:45 AM | 62 comments

Council set to rule on divisive downtown development

Community meeting to discuss tree removal, pipeline safety

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PUBLIC AGENDA: single-story overly, dewatering, CLEAN program

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