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Two Palo Alto teachers and a disabled student injured during violent struggle
A serious incident in which two teachers and a student with disabilities were badly injured in early May has prompted Palo... Last comment 2 hours ago | 66 comments

New bike tunnels eyed as part of Palo Alto's ambitious rail redesign
In its long journey to completely redesign its rail crossings, Palo Alto is now queuing up plans to build underpasses for... Last comment 5 hours ago | 28 comments

District: Advanced math class will earn college, but not high school, credit
Responding to complaints swirling about an advanced math class, Palo Alto Unified School District issued a definitively worded... Last comment on May 28, 2023 at 4:25 pm | 19 comments

Despite history of failure, Palo Alto eager to renew Cubberley negotiations
For decades, Cubberley Community Center has served as both a valuable hub for artists, athletes and nonprofits and a place... Last comment on May 25, 2023 at 7:34 pm | 17 comments

 
 
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Palo Alto Weekly nets 17 honors in California Journalism Awards
Local journalists received recognition this month in an annual statewide competition that honors excellence in reporting, design, photography and multimedia. Monday, 7:59 PM

Former CinéArts theater could become office space
The owner of the Palo Alto Square business park is heading for a legal showdown with the city over its plan to convert the movie theater that once housed CinéArts into an office building. Monday, 8:08 PM | 8 comments

Dangerous crossing worse than ever, Palo Alto residents say
Screeching brakes and crumpling metal are still a continual occurrence at one dangerous Palo Alto intersection, despite nearby residents' complaints to the city. And the situation is only get worse, they say. Monday, 7:59 PM | 10 comments

Around Town: Podcasting Palo Alto's past and a new garden retreat
In this week's Around Town column, learn about the student who is creating bite-sized audio tours of Palo Alto's history, see a new garden retreat in Palo Alto, and hear about the ideas youth pitched to Rep. Anna Eshoo. Monday, 8:08 PM

Police calls: A felony threat with intent to terrorize, grand theft
The following list captures recent reports of crimes made to Palo Alto police for the week of May 6 - 12. In total, 14 people were arrested. Saturday, 8:29 AM | 5 comments

Police: Reported gunshot noises were likely fireworks
About 10 loud bangs that Palo Alto residents heard and reported to police on early Friday morning were likely fireworks, police Sgt. Dan Pojanamat said. Friday, 1:12 PM | 3 comments

Developer advances plan for condo project on San Antonio

2 Palo Alto teachers and a disabled student injured during violent struggle

New bike tunnels eyed as part of Palo Alto's ambitious rail redesign

District: Advanced math class will earn college, but not high school, credit

Palo Alto council pushes to fund more services as revenues grow

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