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Cinemark to close Palo Alto Square theater
Another cultural treasure in Palo Alto will flicker out of existence in August, when CinéArts at Palo Alto Square shuts... Last comment 8 hours ago | 58 comments

Housing eyed at Page Mill and El Camino corner
After seeing its initial bid rebuffed by Palo Alto officials, the development team looking to construct a four-story building... Last comment 4 hours ago | 29 comments

Foothills fire station debate reignites
For the past three decades, the seasonal fire station at Foothills Park has served as an insurance policy of sorts for the... Last comment on Jul 21, 2016 at 1:23 pm | 29 comments

 
 
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This plant in Portola Valley looks to be wearing little caps of snow on Feb. 26, 2011. Submitted by Nathan Hanley on Feb 26, 2011

 
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Palo Alto parents ask public's help to find missing son
The parents of a Palo Alto man who vanished 11 days ago are seeking the public's help to find their son, 30-year-old Andrew Pearl. Andrew walked out of a group home for persons disabled by mental illness on July 11 at around 5 p.m. and has not been heard from since. Friday, 8:01 PM | 2 comments

VIDEO: Behind the Headlines -- Race, policing and reconciliation
On this week's webcast, guests Pastor Paul Bains of the Saint Samuel Church of God in Christ and Commander Jeff Liu of the East Palo Alto Police Department join Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to talk about the local reaction to the recent shootings in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas, the role of community policing, fear and support of law enforcement within minority communities, and the steps needed to bridge underlying tension. Friday, 7:03 PM

Housing eyed near busy Palo Alto intersection
After seeing its initial bid rebuffed by Palo Alto officials, the development team looking to construct a four-story building at the bustling intersection of El Camino Real and Page Mill Road is having another go. Friday, 8:20 AM | 29 comments

Postal inspector probes theft of birthday money
The U.S. Postal Service's Office of the Inspector General is investigating a series of thefts of money from mailed birthday cards that some victims believe may be an inside job. Friday, 8:25 AM | 8 comments

Hangin' with the Best of Palo Alto
After casting more than 25,000 votes, Palo Alto Weekly readers have selected what they feel are the top spots and service providers in the Palo Alto area across 83 categories, and today the top vote-getters receive sought-after distinction as 2016 Best of Palo Alto winners. Friday, 7:43 AM

Editorial: Facebook's big expansion
A diverse parade of nonprofit, union and civic leaders turned out Tuesday night to a meeting of the Menlo Park City Council to give their enthusiastic support for a development proposal that would eventually almost double the number of employees working at Facebook's growing campus in east Menlo Park. Friday, 7:47 AM | 12 comments

Man charged with six felonies in sex case

New tenants sought for Cubberley Community Center

After sniper shootings in the South, officers patrol in pairs

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