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Google pledges $1 billion for rapid new housing growth in Bay Area
As the housing crisis reaches new levels of despair, Google is launching a $1 billion campaign to reverse the trend. The... Last comment 3 hours ago | 18 comments

He was a married hospital technician and a Boy Scouts leader. Was former Palo Alto resident John Getreu also a serial killer?
Some who have known John Arthur Getreu have seen a seemingly normal person who volunteered with civic groups. But others... Last comment on Jun 22, 2019 at 10:54 am | 11 comments

Editorial: As county review proceeds, Stanford should focus on public's desire to see future development impacts contained on the campus
The first test of whether Santa Clara County policymakers are willing to back up the recommendations of its planning staff... Last comment on Jun 23, 2019 at 9:50 am | 14 comments

Palo Alto bans new cell towers next to public schools
Bowing to concerns from a group of residents, the Palo Alto City Council agreed this week to ban the installation of wireless... Last comment 23 hours ago | 17 comments

 
 
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Jones Mortuary could be uprooted for office building
East Palo Alto's only funeral home, Jones Mortuary, could be razed and replaced by a multistory office building, according to city documents. Monday, 5:06 PM

Palo Alto eager to start work on new bike bridge over Adobe Creek
After years of delays, debates and design revisions, Palo Alto is preparing to break ground on a new bike bridge over U.S. Highway 101 at Adobe Creek this fall. Saturday, 8:07 AM | 30 comments

Webcast: On the trail of a killer
Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the cases against John Arthur Getreu, 74, a convicted killer and rapist who is charged with two murders of young women on Stanford University land in the 1970s. Friday, 3:55 PM

He was a married hospital technician and a Boy Scouts leader. Was former Palo Alto resident John Getreu also a serial killer?
Some who have known John Arthur Getreu have seen a seemingly normal person who volunteered with civic groups. But others have harbored deep suspicions that Getreu was a violent predator who could be getting away with murder. Friday, 6:46 AM | 11 comments

County to open new clinic with Planned Parenthood
Santa Clara County will be teaming up with Planned Parenthood on a new clinic opening in Mountain View this year. Monday, 11:11 AM

East Palo Alto to add affordable homes, new transit connections with $20M grant
An East Palo Alto coalition will receive $20 million to add additional affordable housing units at Light Tree Apartments and expand transit services that reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, a state committee announced on Friday. Saturday, 8:06 AM | 1 comments

With sexual misconduct reports going down, school district restructures Title IX office
The Palo Alto school district is reducing the position of Title IX coordinator to part time -- a reflection, leadership said, of a culture change in this area. Monday, 8:13 AM

Around Town: Shifting gears; clinching basketball's highest honor

Editorial: Stanford should focus on public's desire to see future development impacts contained on the campus

After 81 years, Palo Alto Host Lions Club shuts down

Skyline homicide suspect charged with two murders

East Palo Alto City Council approves new site for The Primary School

Opinion: It's time to take Cubberley 'co-design' to a higher level

VTA union rejects offer, may go on strike

Palo Alto, rejoice. Mike's Cafe is back.

After attempted robberies, East Palo Alto police to add patrols, consider surveillance cameras

Longtime school bus driver and supervisor leaves legacy of 'respect' upon retirement

Palo Alto marks Pride Month with events celebrating LGBTQ community

PUBLIC AGENDA: Vote on new car dealership; eliminating library fines

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