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Hope fades for housing at Fry's site
With its ambitious effort to revitalize the Ventura neighborhood in danger of faltering, Palo Alto officials agreed on Monday... Last comment 3 hours ago | 30 comments

School district raises questions about Palo Alto's intention to renew Cubberley lease
The city of Palo Alto and school district's joint effort to redevelop Cubberley Community Center has hit a bump, with questions... Last comment 4 hours ago | 19 comments

Planning commissioners kick back Castilleja draft environmental impact report for additions
Finding gaps in the Draft Environmental Impact Report for Castilleja School's planned expansion, Palo Alto's Planning and... Last comment on Aug 19, 2019 at 5:04 pm | 39 comments

Longtime Palo Alto free lunch, dinner program for the needy ends
Homeless people who have been eating free lunches and dinners through the Breaking Bread program in Palo Alto now have to... Last comment 10 hours ago | 12 comments

 
 
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Family of Armenian boy being treated at Stanford for rare disease may be forced to leave
An Armenian family is trying to change their visa status to allow them to stay and work in the U.S. so their 19-month-old son can continue to receive treatment for spinal muscular atrophy. Wednesday, 9:50 AM | 3 comments

Survey: Nearly one in three Santa Clara County teens have tried vaping
While cigarette use among high school students in Santa Clara County has hit an all-time low, vaping is on the rise: Almost one in three teens have tried electronic cigarettes, a survey released Wednesday has found. Wednesday, 2:35 PM

Online program helps East Palo Alto mayor fulfill dream of earning a bachelor's degree
East Palo Alto Mayor Lisa Gauthier can officially add college graduate to her list of accomplishments after achieving her lifelong goal of earning a bachelor's degree earlier this month. Wednesday, 4:05 PM | 1 comments

Palo Alto looks to business tax to fund shuttles, rail improvements
As Palo Alto prepares to join the recent wave of cities that have adopted a business tax, transportation is emerging as the highest priority for how the revenues would be used. Wednesday, 9:57 AM | 11 comments

Arts festival features functional, beautiful pieces for the home
The Palo Alto Festival of the Arts, taking place this weekend in downtown Palo Alto, features the creations of 300 artists with works that can add up to many opportunities for that "double look." Wednesday, 8:24 AM

Superintendent: District to use data to solve ongoing issues
Palo Alto Unified Superintendent Don Austin said his staff will give timely and accurate reports on 12 districtwide goals throughout the year, enabling educators to shift tactics as they go to ensure progress. Wednesday, 8:24 AM | 4 comments

Hope fades for housing at Fry's site
With its ambitious effort to revitalize the Ventura neighborhood in danger of faltering, Palo Alto officials agreed on Monday to raise the budget and lower the expectations for the complex planning process. Monday, 11:22 PM | 30 comments

School district raises questions about city's intention to renew Cubberley lease

Longtime free lunch, dinner program for the needy ends

Newsom signs landmark police use-of-force bill

Episode 195: Palo Alto's superintendent, one year in

Fissures emerge between East Palo Alto school trustees

Small retailers in limbo at Hotel California building

East Palo Alto nonprofit seeks back-to-school donations for students in need

PUBLIC AGENDA: City responds to VTA governance report; Study session on school facilities

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