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City scraps plan to raise train tracks at Churchill
Seeking to ease concerns from residents in the Old Palo Alto and Southgate neighborhoods about property seizures, Palo Alto... Last comment 19 minutes ago | 42 comments

Whizzing cyclists are putting pedestrians on edge
A city effort to make the tunnel under the train tracks at Palo Alto's California Avenue accessible to motorized wheelchairs... Last comment 23 minutes ago | 65 comments

Opinion: 'Guilt by association' logic is dangerous
In a community as diverse as ours, with citizens from around the world calling Palo Alto home, public officials should demonstrate... Last comment 1 hour ago | 61 comments

Residents must vacate President Hotel Apartments by November
Residents at the historic President Hotel Apartments in downtown Palo Alto received notice Tuesday, June 12, that they will... Last comment 4 hours ago | 34 comments

 
 
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Injury collision blocks segment of El Camino Real
An injury collision has blocked a section of northbound El Camino Real in Palo Alto late this morning, police said. Monday, 12:12 PM

Finding meaning, 'light' post graduation
In Sterling K. Brown's commencement address to the Class of 2018 at his alma mater Stanford University on Sunday, the award-winning actor opened up about a difficult experience: the writing of the very speech he was giving. Sunday, 2:46 PM | 1 comments

VIDEO: President Hotel
Weekly staff discuss the implications of this week's purchase of the historic President Hotel from a 75-unit apartment building to a 100-unit hotel. Monday, 9:01 AM

Ex-Theranos executives indicted by federal grand jury
The former CEO and COO of embattled blood-testing company Theranos have been indicted by a federal grand jury for an alleged multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud investors, doctors and patients. Monday, 8:55 AM | 23 comments

Court documents detail alleged sexual assault of girl on jog
A female high school student who said she was sexually assaulted at gunpoint while on a run in Palo Alto in March told her alleged assailant that she had an infection and needed medication, a defense she believes prevented him from raping her. Monday, 9:02 AM | 5 comments

City moves to calm anxieties over property takings
Seeking to ease concerns from residents in two neighborhoods about property seizures, Palo Alto officials are preparing to abandon the idea of raising or lowering the rail corridor near the Churchill Avenue crossing. Friday, 9:27 AM | 42 comments

Whizzing cyclists are putting pedestrians on edge
A city effort to make the tunnel under the train tracks at California Avenue accessible to motorized wheelchairs and bicycle trailers has left pedestrians cursing cyclists. Friday, 6:54 AM | 65 comments

Around Town: Benz in the Baylands; a path foward

For at-risk kids, mentors fan the spark

Opinion: 'Guilt by association' logic is dangerous

East Palo Alto post office to relocate

Residents sound off on Ross Road changes

PUBLIC AGENDA: votes on school, city budgets; grade-separation options

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