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'Workforce housing' project scores a victory
A developer looking to build a 57-unit apartment building at El Camino Real and Page Mill Road eked out a victory Thursday,... Last comment 5 hours ago | 41 comments

Webcast: Debate over rail redesign
David Shen, member of the newly formed North Old Palo Alto neighborhood group, discusses concerns about the city's rail redesign... Last comment 2 hours ago | 46 comments

Palo Alto initiative seeks to curb office growth
In a bid to rein in commercial growth in Palo Alto, a group of residents is preparing to place a measure on the November... Last comment 13 hours ago | 60 comments

Worried by rail redesign, residents seek to save their homes
A new alliance between Old Palo Alto and Southgate neighborhood residents has formed to influence the city's decision on... Last comment 2 hours ago | 96 comments

 
 
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At a Palo Alto Martin Luther King Jr. Day event, this very little girl was boogieing along with the singer of "Redemption Song." Submitted by Mitchell Zimmerman on Jan 16, 2017

 
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Board to discuss new bond
Palo Alto Unified is eyeing the physical upgrades its schools might need in the next 20 years, with the school board set to discuss Tuesday the possibility of a new bond that would fund these projects. Tuesday, 8:21 AM | 15 comments

City opposes measure to raise bar for new taxes
Palo Alto is taking a stance against a proposed state measure that would make it harder for cities to adopt new taxes, despite concerns from two City Council members that the city's is acting too hastily in its opposition. Tuesday, 4:40 PM | 2 comments

Man pleads no contest to fatal East Palo Alto collision
A man faces up to 14 years in prison as part of his no-contest plea to a fatal car collision on University Avenue in East Palo Alto last summer, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Tuesday, 9:52 AM

Holiday Fund drive for nonprofits tops $400K
The Palo Alto Weekly distributed its largest-ever Holiday Fund total in its 25-year history on Monday evening at a reception that celebrated community efforts. Tuesday, 9:46 AM

'Workforce housing' project scores a victory
A developer looking to build a 57-unit apartment building at El Camino Real and Page Mill Road eked out a victory Thursday, when Palo Alto's Architectural Review Board endorsed the project. Monday, 8:17 AM | 41 comments

Planned Parenthood finds new MV home
Despite a competitive real estate market and pending redevelopment nipping at their heels, officials at Planned Parenthood Mar Monte have staked out a permanent home for a new Mountain View clinic. Monday, 12:46 PM | 10 comments

VIDEO: Debate over rail redesign
David Shen, member of the newly formed North Old Palo Alto neighborhood group, discusses concerns about the city's rail redesign and its efforts to protect properties from eminent domain. Monday, 8:17 AM | 46 comments

Counties take aim at gun violence

Details emerge about probe of preschool director

Foundation exec resigns after reports of misconduct

Ravenswood school board could discuss principal's transfer

Dog-mauling case settled for $250K

City planning director to resign

Around Town: paper or plastic; a family legacy

City initiative seeks to curb office growth

PUBLIC AGENDA: Public Art Commission candidates; pickleball update

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2018 guide to summer camps

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