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Angela Swartz

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About Angela
Angela Swartz joined The Almanac in 2018. She reports on youth and education, and the towns of Atherton, Portola Valley and Woodside. Angela, who grew up in San Mateo, previously reported for the Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Mateo Daily Journal. She holds a master's degree in investigative reporting from American University. She interned at The Washington Post while completing her master's. She also holds a bachelor's degree in U.S. history and Spanish from University of California, Davis.
Stories by Angela
Antiques Roadshow draws 2,500 to Filoli
A power outage and heat wave couldn't stop thousands of people, lugging wooden chairs, paintings, cabinets on wheels, lamps and more, from turning out at the Filoli Estate in Woodside for the Antiques Roadshow.
[Sunday, July 3, 2022]

In their scrubs and white coats, Stanford doctors rally against Roe v. Wade decision
Hundreds gathered outside of the Li Ka Shing Center at the Stanford School of Medicine on a hot Monday afternoon to rally for abortion rights amid last week's Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
[Tuesday, June 28, 2022]

Ravenswood's $110 million school bond measure set to pass
The Ravenswood City School District's $110 million school bond measure to renovate classrooms is set to pass with 70% approval, according to results posted Monday.
[Tuesday, June 14, 2022]

East Palo Alto Academy graduate, nonprofit founder reflects on his impact on his community
East Palo Alto Academy graduate Christian Sbragia founded a nonprofit that helps give kids in East Palo Alto a safe space to play.
[Sunday, June 12, 2022]

Eastside College Prep graduate on coming out of his shell, navigating the pandemic as a student
Palo Alto native Josh Nickings said graduating from Eastside feels bittersweet. He enjoyed being part of the school community.
[Saturday, June 11, 2022]

Unofficial results show strong support for Ravenswood district's $110M bond
The Ravenswood City School District's Measure I has 69% voter approval as of Tuesday night, according to unofficial results.
[Tuesday, June 7, 2022]

Ravenswood's Measure I campaign raises $7K, spends $13K
The campaign in support of the Ravenswood City School District's Measure I $110 million bond measure has raised a total of $7,252 in donations in the lead-up to the June 7 primary election.
[Tuesday, May 31, 2022]

High tea, ice cream and coffee cart are some of the future offerings at Mademoiselle Colette's new Atherton cafe
Mademoiselle Colette owner Debora Ferrand shares details about her newest cafe, which is set to open this fall inside Atherton's new library.
[Tuesday, May 24, 2022]

Ravenswood's Measure I asks district residents to approve $110M school bond
Measure I would help the Ravenswood district modernize crumbling facilities. Voters will consider the $110 million bond on the June 7 ballot to bring classrooms into the 21st century.
[Sunday, May 8, 2022]

About $4K raised, nearly $7K spent in campaign for Ravenswood's Measure I
Proponents of Ravenswood City School District's Measure I bond have raised $4,259 since March, while spending $6,707 over the same period, according to campaign disclosure reports filed last week.
[Monday, May 2, 2022]