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Survey: Anxieties rising about retiring in Palo Alto
As Palo Alto's population of seniors continues to grow, so are residents' anxieties about retiring in their hometown, according... Last comment 2 hours ago | 19 comments

Artificial intelligence enters the classroom
If you were at Castilleja School last week, you might have spotted a series of small posters throughout campus, each posing... Last comment 9 hours ago | 9 comments

Affordable-housing project wins approval in Palo Alto
Palo Alto reached a rare milestone in its effort to encourage more housing on Monday night, when the City Council approved... Last comment on Jan 17, 2019 at 8:36 pm | 23 comments

School board considers legal options for Stanford growth
The Palo Alto Unified school board will meet with the district's attorneys in closed session on Tuesday to discuss options... Last comment 11 hours ago | 33 comments

 
 
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Deputy City Manager Rob de Geus to depart
Deputy City Manager Rob de Geus, a City Hall veteran, will be stepping down at the end of February to start a new job as city manager of Westlake Village in Los Angeles County. Friday, 5:35 PM

VIDEO: Restaurant critic retires
Longtime critic Dale Bentson looks back on 18 years of reviewing restaurants for Embarcadero Media. Friday, 6:08 PM

Rangoon Ruby settles wage theft case for $4 million
The owners of local Burmese restaurant chain Rangoon Ruby have agreed to pay a $4 million settlement to cover unpaid wages for about 300 workers. Friday, 9:57 PM

Survey: Anxieties rising about retiring in Palo Alto
As Palo Alto's population of seniors continues to grow, so are residents' anxieties about retiring in their hometown, according to a new survey released this week by the City Auditor's Office. Friday, 6:57 AM | 19 comments

Castilleja School teaches artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence was the theme of this year's Global Week at Castilleja, an annual week during which the entire school participates in activities devoted to a single topic. Friday, 6:56 AM | 9 comments

Holiday Fund breaks record
Through the contributions of 375 donors, the Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund collected a record-breaking $403,889 this winter -- every dollar of which will be distributed in the coming months to local nonprofits. Friday, 6:56 AM

Local places to mark MLK Day
Find out which local agencies will be offering limited or regular services on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 21, in addition to information on events honoring the civil rights leader in the Palo Alto area. Thursday, 9:29 AM

Police: Man robbed of phone near Caltrain station

Fueled by early success, Palo Alto TMA eyes expansion

City declines to interfere in President Hotel evictions

Palo Alto Unified settles Title IX case for $190K

Local food pantries prepare for more clients if government shutdown continues

School board backs teacher housing proposal

First affordable-housing project in seven years wins approval

Restraining order filed against school superintendent's husband

City plans to build garage, remove trees

PUBLIC AGENDA: GreenWaste agreement; school board retreat

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