Property owner seeks city's help to fill vacancy in Homer Avenue building
Citing anemic demand for downtown office space in the aftermath of the pandemic, a Palo Alto developer is asking the city... Last comment 1 hour ago | 11 comments
After two students are struck by cars, parents call for more traffic safety
Palo Alto parents are calling for more traffic-safety measures after two children were hit by cars in separate collisions,... Last comment 23 hours ago | 64 comments
Eichler-style fire station approved near Mitchell Park
Palo Alto passed a critical milestone Thursday in its plan to replace the aged and undersized fire station near Mitchell... Last comment on Sep 26, 2023 at 7:43 pm | 6 comments
City urged to think bigger as it rezones San Antonio Road for housing
As Palo Alto prepares to transform an industrial area around San Antonio Road into the city's next residential hub, housing... Last comment on Sep 26, 2023 at 1:47 pm | 43 comments
Looking to go electric? On Oct. 14, homes that have converted to clean energy will open their doors during the Electric Home Tour to give visitors a chance to learn about the process firsthand from homeowners who have done it. Friday, 11:12 AM
The Food Party!
by Laura Stec
Got the Munchies at Hardly Strictly? Your Weekend Guide.
Sep 28, 2023 | 1 comment
An Alternative View
by Diana Diamond
Analysis/paralysis: The infamous ‘Palo Alto Process’ must go
Sep 24, 2023 | 8 comments
Invest & Innovate
by Steve Levy
The Time and Cost Savings of Avoiding a Long Commute
Sep 23, 2023 | 6 comments
Visit the De Anza College parking lots on the first Saturday of the month and you'll find hundreds of vendors selling graphic band tees, succulents, Crocs Jibbitz charms, tote bags, vintage furniture and other hidden treasures. Thursday, 3:54 PM
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