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Under threat of lawsuit, school district releases documents
For the second time in as many years, it took a threat of legal action from the Palo Alto Weekly to compel the Palo Alto... Last comment on Nov 18, 2018 at 11:51 am | 35 comments

Palo Alto sees a rash of car burglaries
A series of car burglaries was recorded in Palo Alto from Nov. 5 to this past Monday, all of which occurred near the city's... Last comment on Nov 18, 2018 at 12:34 pm | 40 comments

School board asks for Stanford to mitigate growth
The Palo Alto school board unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday night asking the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors... Last comment on Nov 18, 2018 at 10:00 am | 19 comments

Off Deadline: Does Palo Alto really need a 'Parking Entrapment Zone'?
I seldom get parking tickets. I deeply respect time limits, permit parking and especially handicapped-parking spaces. Read... Last comment on Nov 17, 2018 at 5:45 pm | 70 comments

 
 
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City looks to tap into the value of wastewater
Palo Alto's new plan for water management calls for building new plants, forging new partnerships and -- trickiest of all -- convincing residents that their wastewater is good enough to drink. Tuesday, 1:55 AM

Sobomehin pulls into third place in Ravenswood board race
Almost two weeks past Election Day, Tamara Sobomehin has pulled into third place in the Ravenswood City School District Board of Education race, nudging out a candidate she ran on a slate with for the third open seat on the East Palo Alto board. Monday, 9:20 PM | 1 comments

Conditions in Palo Alto area hills are ripe for wildfire
Palo Alto and the Bay Area are at great risk for a large fire similar to the Camp Fire in Butte County, a California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokesman said. Monday, 9:10 AM | 26 comments

Man in phantom mask burglarizes businesses
A man wearing a "Phantom of the Opera" mask allegedly burglarized at least four Palo Alto businesses early Wednesday morning, Palo Alto police said in a press release. Monday, 8:27 AM | 1 comments

Housing proposal looks to aid the developmentally disabled
Palo Alto Housing's latest proposal for its hometown aims to address the unique housing challenges of disabled individuals through a 59-unit development on El Camino Real. Monday, 4:22 PM

Ashlund concedes to Dharap in school board race
Special-education advocate Stacey Ashlund conceded the second open seat on the Palo Alto school board to attorney Shounak Dharap on Friday. Monday, 8:27 AM | 7 comments

Locals cope with lingering smoky conditions
Many Palo Alto residents are spending more time indoors this week, skipping their regular activities as smoky conditions caused by the Camp Fire in Butte County nearly 200 miles away persist on the Peninsula. Monday, 8:27 AM | 26 comments

Search-and-rescue team deployed to Camp Fire
Urban search-and-rescue specialists, including first responders from Palo Alto, have been sent to Butte County to help find people who have gone missing in the Camp Fire. Monday, 12:13 PM

Webcast: Treating postpartum mood disorders

Weekly earns eight awards in Bay Area journalism contest

Local mothers speak out about postpartum depression

Under threat of lawsuit, school district releases documents

Sister-in-law to face trial in Palo Alto killing

Around Town: Can you hear me now?; don't fall for it

Weekly launches annual Holiday Fund charitable drive

School board asks for Stanford to mitigate growth

Ways to help Camp Fire victims

PUBLIC AGENDA: Expanding use of recycled water; utilities tech plan

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