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Castilleja to seek approval for growth plan
Castilleja School leaders announced at a community meeting Wednesday night that they plan to file a conditional-use permit... Last comment 10 hours ago | 14 comments

Editorial: Tax measure rushed and ill-advised
Palo Alto City Council members are right to worry about political fall-out from the ever-worsening traffic congestion around... Last comment 2 hours ago | 6 comments

Suicide "musical" an insensitive and incorrect protrayal
Hello, we are two anonymous Gunn students. Recently, we watched A Theatre Near U's original play "A Beautiful Glass." According... Last comment 7 hours ago | 16 comments

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Palo Alto scores victory in federal ruling on Buena Vista
The owner of Palo Alto's sole mobile-home park suffered a defeat in federal court Friday when a judge dismissed his lawsuit against the City, deeming it "not ripe for adjudication." Saturday, 3:14 PM | 3 comments

Palo Alto prepares to vote on new business tax
Palo Alto businesses would have to pay a tax based on how many workers they employ and that money would pay for transportation improvements under a proposal that the City Council will consider Monday night. Saturday, 7:44 AM | 3 comments

Guest Opinion: Correct me if I'm wrong
Revisioning and renaming city streets is no easy task. We assign no blame -- streets were named for people or things about which little was known, or because of beliefs or values that at the time of naming were the "norm." But that doesn't mean the renaming shouldn't be done. Saturday, 7:45 AM | 9 comments

Obama to entrepreneurs: 'You are the bridge'
On one of the most tumultuous days for world markets and amid news that the United Kingdom will exit the European Union, President Barack Obama delivered a message of hope and unity on Friday at the 2016 White House Global Entrepreneurs Summit, which is being held at Stanford University. Friday, 3:44 PM | 11 comments

Obama, Zuckerberg talk global enterprise at summit
President Barack Obama sat down for a panel discussion with Palo Alto resident and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit on Friday at Stanford University to discuss the role of entrepreneurship in advancing and, perhaps, a future for the president that might involve more informal attire. Friday, 10:20 PM | 3 comments

VIDEO: Behind the Headlines — Potential new math curriculum
On this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany discuss the process behind potential new elementary mathematics curricula and Castilleja School's plans for expansion. Friday, 4:25 PM

Revamp of Baylands golf course to start, finally
It's not the bunkers or the soil mounds at the Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course that have been causing headaches for city officials in recent years but the myriad bureaucratic hazards that they've had to navigate as part of a long quest to reconfigure the Baylands links. Friday, 7:36 AM | 5 comments

Auditors raise concerns about how police handle complaints

Close encounter with cougars in Palo Alto

Editorial: Tax measure rushed and ill-advised

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