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A perspective on Chinese home buyers
Over the past few years, it has become predictable that during the summer Chinese families send their kids to our local camps and along the way buy some of the high-end homes in Palo Alto and Atherton. Thursday, 2:02 PM | 8 comments
Home front: Fall maintenance, bare roots and maples
Classes in November focus on seasonal gardening tips. Thursday, 2:07 PM
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em
For Midpeninsula real estate agents, online real estate web sites have dramatically affected the world of home buyers, home sellers and real estate agents. Friday, 7:41 AM
Sales at a glance: Highest sale goes over $5 million
The highest home sales was in Los Altos Hill, with a home selling for more than $5 million, according to this week's column. Friday, 7:44 AM
Home sales: Sales volume slows as fall moves forward
Palo Alto real estate leads the pack with nine homes sold for between $1.5 million and $4.3 million, according to this week's column. Friday, 7:47 AM
Growing food is great until evidence of rodents appears
Professorville resident Dexter Girton is an avid gardener who began noticing something was eating his crops. When he was convinced it was rats, his engineering background kicked into gear and a night-vision camera he rigged confirmed his suspicions. Friday, 8:06 AM | 5 comments
Where everybody knows your name
St. Claire Gardens, nestled in the heart of Palo Alto, might not be as famous as Old Palo Alto or Midtown, but it's a neighborhood that hosts annual Labor Day picnics for its residents, watches out for both the young and young at heart, and has a tree so large and full of lights that even Palo Alto city staff recognize it. Friday, 8:10 AM | 1 comments
The 2016-17 Info Guide is here!
Info Palo Alto, a resource guide for the Midpeninsula, features local information on schools, outdoors and recreation, government and arts & entertainment