Palo Alto may ask voters to help pay for new parks
Faced with a limited budget and nearly limitless ambitions for park improvements, Palo Alto officials are considering going... Last comment 1 hour ago | 41 comments
One of two elderly pedestrians struck by vehicle dies
One of two elderly pedestrians who were hit by a car as they crossed the street on May 9 has died, according to the Santa... Last comment 7 hours ago | 16 comments
Palo Alto seeks resident input on rail design
As Caltrain prepares to electrify its trains and potentially share space with California's new high-speed trail system, Palo... Last comment 22 hours ago | 56 comments
$647M to electrify Caltrain tracks approved
Caltrain's electrification project can move forward as the Federal Transit Administration plans to sign a $647 million grant... Last comment 8 hours ago | 79 comments
One more week to vote!
Don't forget to cast your ballot online. Voting ends May 29th. Stay tuned for the results in the July 21st issue of the Palo Alto Weekly.
Gunn High School principal resigns
Denise Herrmann, who has served as principal of Gunn High School for the last three years, announced her resignation on Wednesday evening in a message to students, parents and staff. Wednesday, 10:20 PM | 6 comments
Stanford looking to track success at NCAA regional meet
Stanford's track and field teams begin competition at the three-day NCAA West Preliminary Round on Thursday at University of Texas. Of the 48 qualifiers in each individual event, the top 12 placers in each of the nation's two regionals (the other is in Lexington, Kentucky) advance to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene, Oregon. Wednesday, 11:30 PM
Nicola Yoon's YA romance novel "Everything, Everything" proffered a canny allegory for teenage girls: parents not letting you do anything resembles having a disease that keeps you housebound. Heroine Madeline Whittier has SCID (Severe Combined Immuno...... Read the full review
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