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News - October 28, 2011

Around the block

REMEMBERING STEVE ... Residents of the Old Palo Alto neighborhood are making memory books for Steve Jobs' family of things they fondly recall about the late Apple CEO and cofounder and his children and wife, including school events, soccer games and other good times. Jobs died Oct. 5 of complications from pancreatic cancer. He was a longtime neighborhood resident. Residents also want to send donations to College Track, a nonprofit co-founded by Jobs' wife, Laurene. With Halloween around the corner, neighbors said they fondly remember that his home was a popular trick-or-treat spot with long lines waiting 20 to 30 minutes.

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