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Cameron Rebosio

Staff Writer, The Almanac

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About Cameron
Cameron Rebosio joined The Almanac in 2022 as the Menlo Park reporter. She was previously a staff writer at the Daily Californian and an intern at the Palo Alto Weekly.

Cameron graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in English and Political Science.
Stories by Cameron
Could Menlo Park fight a massive builder's remedy development? Expert says the city might have a winning argument
The dense high-rise development proposed at the former Sunset Magazine headquarters in Menlo Park is sparking concern among citizens and city officials alike, as an expert says the monolithic building project could end up in court.
[Saturday, August 12, 2023]

Towering 300-foot building proposed for Menlo Park neighborhood
A towering development has been proposed in Menlo Park’s Linfield Oaks neighborhood under builder’s remedy laws, with one building that would be even taller than the Statue of Liberty.
[Tuesday, July 25, 2023]

After being kicked out of a club, 2 men arrested in North Fair Oaks after allegedly brandishing a rifle
Two men were arrested in North Fair Oaks on Sunday for allegedly brandishing a rifle and making threats after being thrown out of the Atherton Club San Luis on Middlefield Road.
[Monday, July 24, 2023]

After 15 years as a Menlo Park hub, mother-daughter team is handing off Cafe Zoë
When Kathleen Daly purchased Menlo Park’s Cafe Zoë in 2008, she just knew the cafe was where she wanted to be. Fifteen years later, she said she found the right person to carry it on -- Matt Burr, the Neighborhood Pizza Guy.
[Wednesday, June 28, 2023]

Meta to settle class action lawsuit for $725 million
Facebook users who had accounts between May 2007 and December 2022 can apply for their share of a $725 million class-action settlement.
[Friday, May 5, 2023]

Faced with possible closure, Flegel's asks for help from the community
Flegel's furniture store has been an institution in Menlo Park's downtown for 69 years, but now it's facing possible closure and asking for the community for help to stay in business.
[Friday, May 5, 2023]

Xerox donates its pioneering Palo Alto Research Center to SRI in Menlo Park
Xerox donated its pioneering Palo Alto Research Center to Menlo Park-based SRI International to collaborate on new innovations, the company announced.
[Wednesday, May 3, 2023]

Despite years of work, homes along San Francisquito Creek may never escape flood zone designation
Locals may never escape FEMA's flood zone designation, which recently led to frustration over yearslong flood-protection efforts.
[Tuesday, April 25, 2023]

Friends remember slain Atherton arborist as generous, hard-working
The friends of Kathy Hughes Anderson, who was murdered in her Menlo Park home, don't want her defined by her death. Instead, they hope that she'll be remembered for her generosity and hard work.
[Tuesday, April 18, 2023]

Menlo Park resident's COVID-19 artwork now on display at the NIH museum
Nurse Elizabeth McCarthy's COVID-19-themed art is part of a permanent display at the National Institute of Health's Stetten Museum in Bethesda, Maryland.
[Sunday, April 9, 2023]