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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
It's a family affair: Moonlight Run & Walk brings parents, kids together
From training together before the Moonlight Run & Walk on Oct. 11 to cheering for each other at the finish line, four local families offer a different perspective on what makes the experience special to them.
[Friday, October 4, 2019]

Groups to kick off three-part series on healthy dialogue with talk on political polarization
Three community organizations in Palo Alto have come together to create a series of events that aim to promote healthy, responsible and inclusive political dialogue.
[Tuesday, September 17, 2019]

Community groups join forces to bring diversity celebration to Palo Alto
History tours and a cultural potluck are among the events lined up for Palo Alto's second annual Welcome Week kicking off Thursday, which will recognize contributions by immigrants.
[Tuesday, September 10, 2019]

Bowman School set to unveil new $20 million Learning Village
Two brand-new preschool classrooms, a science and media lab, an outdoor amphitheater and a multi-purpose building with a gymnasium and stage make up the newest addition to Bowman School's Palo Alto campus on Arastradero Road.
[Friday, September 6, 2019]

Palo Alto History Museum snags $100,000 grant from Santa Clara County
The effort to rehabilitate the Palo Alto History Museum received a financial boost this week from Santa Clara County, which awarded a grant to rebuild the roof at the Roth Building that will house the city's history.
[Friday, August 30, 2019]

Online program helps East Palo Alto mayor fulfill dream of earning a bachelor's degree
East Palo Alto Mayor Lisa Gauthier can officially add college graduate to her list of accomplishments after achieving her lifelong goal of earning a bachelor's degree earlier this month.
[Wednesday, August 21, 2019]

Longtime Palo Alto free lunch, dinner program for the needy ends
Homeless people who have been eating free lunches and dinners through the Breaking Bread program in Palo Alto now have to find a meal elsewhere, as the organizer switched to offering only breakfasts.
[Friday, August 16, 2019]

Police arrest peeping Tom who lurked at Palo Alto apartment complex
A man was arrested Wednesday for alleged peeping and lewd conduct at an apartment complex in Palo Alto's Barron Park neighborhood, where he was drawn to the windows of units where young girls live, the Police Department said Thursday.
[Thursday, August 8, 2019]

Community group demands Ravenswood school district retain Cesar Chavez name
The name of the new middle school that will operate at the Cesar Chavez Academy campus in East Palo Alto will be the chief topic of a community meeting organized by the Latino advocacy group Comunidad Unida Thursday night.
[Thursday, August 1, 2019]

Man wanted for 2011 East Palo Alto homicide extradited to US after fleeing to Mexico
Jaime Cardenas, a suspect in the 2011 shooting death of Catherine Fisher in East Palo Alto, is being held in Mesa County Jail in Colorado after serving about eight years in a Mexico prison.
[Tuesday, July 23, 2019]