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Family sues Stanford University, fraternity over son's fentanyl death
The family of a Stanford University student who died from an accidental fentanyl overdose in January 2020 has filed a lawsuit... Last comment 12 hours ago | 7 comments

Billionaire donor for new city gym revealed — and his money comes with strings attached
If Palo Alto were to accept millions of dollars to construct a new gym, it would also have to expedite the project's approval... Last comment 30 minutes ago | 31 comments

Planning commission not swayed by Castilleja's plan to add students
Castilleja's hopes for speeding up approval of its redevelopment plan were quickly dashed on Wednesday, with members of the... Last comment 20 hours ago | 31 comments

New survey boosts Palo Alto's push for a business tax
Buoyed by favorable results from a new survey, a Palo Alto City Council committee took another step on Tuesday toward placing... Last comment 12 hours ago | 10 comments

 
 
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John Arrillaga, one of Silicon Valley's top philanthropists, dies at 84
John Arrillaga, the billionaire philanthropist who helped develop the modern Silicon Valley before becoming one of its most prolific and generous donors, died Monday morning at the age of 84, his family announced. Tuesday, 11:32 AM | 5 comments

Should gas funds be used to pay for basic city services? Palo Alto prepares to ask voters for guidance
Palo Alto is preparing to ask voters to reaffirm in its historic practice of transferring money from its gas utility to pay for basic city services. Tuesday, 9:51 AM | 2 comments

Pair arrested in string of car break-ins after they were tracked with victim's device
Two men who allegedly broke into cars on Thursday were arrested after one of the victims tracked their movements via an electronic device they are suspected of taking from her parked car. Monday, 12:57 PM | 5 comments

California counties look to replicate Santa Clara's youth mental health centers
Last year, Santa Clara County tested an innovative way to connect troubled teens with mental health care, opening allcove clinics in Palo Alto and San Jose. Now, other counties are looking to follow suit. Tuesday, 8:50 AM

Santa Clara County to treat Baylands Nature Preserve for mosquitoes
The Santa Clara County Vector Control District plans to treat the Palo Alto Flood Basin for mosquitoes starting on Wednesday morning. The public is advised to avoid the area since the helicopter will reach low altitudes. Tuesday, 9:59 AM | 2 comments

Family sues Stanford, fraternity over son's drug overdose
The family of a Stanford University student who died from an accidental fentanyl overdose in January 2020 has filed a lawsuit against the university and the fraternity to which he belonged. Friday, 8:13 PM | 7 comments

Billionaire donor for new city gym revealed — and his money comes with strings attached
If Palo Alto were to accept millions of dollars to construct a new gym, it would also have to expedite the project's approval process. Friday, 9:38 AM | 31 comments

Palo Alto teams up with county to provide homebound residents with COVID vaccines
The Palo Alto Fire Department is teaming up with county health officials to provide in-home COVID-19 vaccinations to city residents, immunizing those who would otherwise struggle to make it to a vaccination site. Saturday, 8:56 AM

Palo Alto police chief announces plan to retire

Developers propose affordable housing, lab, offices on Ravenswood land

Santa Clara County makes at-home COVID tests available to the community

Cody: County's huge rise in COVID cases may have peaked, but is still at record levels

Around Town: Palo Alto modifies city services as omicron wave continues

Barron Park's new principal aims to forge partnerships by making home visits to each student's family

Planning commission not swayed by Castilleja's plan to add students

Coronavirus central: Track the latest vaccination and case counts

Photo essay: Life under the coronavirus

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