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Palo Alto Sport Shop and Toy World faces uncertain future
Plans are underway to sell a historic building that houses Palo Alto Sport Shop and Toy World, a downtown destination for... Last comment 17 hours ago | 18 comments

After re-election, Palo Alto Vice Mayor Kniss reaps developers' cash
Ten days after Liz Kniss cruised to an Election Day victory, picking up more votes than any other candidate, contributions... Last comment 38 minutes ago | 53 comments

Palo Alto looks to bring permit parking to Evergreen Park
For years, residents of Evergreen Park have been raising alarms about their neighborhood streets turning into parking lots... Last comment on Jan 21, 2017 at 6:45 am | 19 comments

Editorial: A new parking mess?
The debate over who should be entitled to park in residential neighborhoods adjacent to business districts will be renewed... Last comment 19 hours ago | 20 comments

 
 
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Guest Opinion: Common goals should help us meet challenges
The new council faces big challenges, many centered on how we respond to the pressures of local and regional growth without degrading our quality of life and sustain that quality for future generations Sunday, 9:58 AM | 1 comments

Managers worry parking program may harm business
At more than a dozen businesses along California Avenue the Weekly visited to talk about the pending Residential Parking Permit program, all but two people were either unaware of it or largely unaware of its details. Saturday, 3:28 PM | 5 comments

School board to discuss goals, governance at retreat Monday
The newly seated Palo Alto school board will review and possibly revise its goals for the current year, as well as discuss governance protocols for the board, superintendent and staff at an all-day retreat on Monday, Jan. 23.
Saturday, 3:27 PM | 3 comments

Guest Opinion: Let the band play on at Stanford
I am an alum from the Stanford University Class of '85. The marching band was a huge reason I absolutely loved my four years at Stanford. Saturday, 3:28 PM | 4 comments

Behind the Headlines -- Victims seek sanctuary
"Behind the Headlines" discusses the challenges domestic-violence victims face when finding shelter in Santa Clara County. Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Sue Dremann are joined by Ruth Patrick of WomenSV. Friday, 7:16 PM

After re-election, Kniss reaps developers' cash
Ten days after Liz Kniss cruised to an Election Day victory, contributions continued to flow into her campaign chest. But unlike the checks that Kniss has been receiving in the months leading up to Nov. 8, most of the new contributions came from developers, builders and property managers. Friday, 8:46 AM | 53 comments

Demonstrators promise renewed activism

Teacher pleads no contest to sexual battery of student

Palo Alto Sport Shop and Toy World faces uncertain future

Domestic-violence shelters turn away victims for lack of space

PUBLIC AGENDA: Middlefield lane reduction, accountability plan, College Terrace Library

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