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Proposed law could block President Hotel conversion
Faced with a public outcry about insufficient transparency and misplaced priorities, Palo Alto officials backed away Monday... Last comment 21 hours ago | 51 comments

City prepares for smaller council
The city will find out if it can improve efficiency when the voter-approved reduction in council seats becomes a reality... Last comment on Dec 13, 2018 at 4:20 pm | 36 comments

Editorial: A stealth agenda for President Hotel
In a perfect demonstration of what is wrong with Palo Alto city government these days, an attempt to sneak through a series... Last comment on Dec 13, 2018 at 2:00 pm | 58 comments

Palo Alto again eyes City Hall upgrades
After balking earlier this year, Palo Alto officials are preparing to move ahead with significant technological upgrades... Last comment on Dec 10, 2018 at 1:32 pm | 13 comments

 
 
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Paly student identified as East Palo Alto homicide victim
A Palo Alto High School student was fatally shot early Thursday morning in East Palo Alto, his family confirmed Friday.
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VIDEO: Rail redesign update; President Hotel zoning
Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the latest on the redesign of the city's four rail crossings and recap the City Council's decision Monday on zoning for the President Hotel. Friday, 3:21 PM

Alumni look back at 100 years of Paly
To celebrate the Palo Alto High School's centennial year, the Palo Alto Weekly interviewed alumni, or family members of alumni, to represent each decade of the school's history. Friday, 8:54 AM | 4 comments

Authorities identify homicide victim as former town arborist
The San Mateo County Coroner's Office has identified the woman who was found fatally stabbed in her Menlo Park home on Wednesday as Kathleen Anne Hughes Anderson, 62, the former arborist for the town of Atherton. Friday, 2:53 PM

Opinion: Should persistent developers ignore city laws?
The Palo Alto City Council should follow the respective recommendations of several city advisory bodies and permanently deny a developer's poorly designed plan for 429 University Ave. Friday, 11:52 AM | 8 comments

Opinion: Keeping options open: Integrating rail and community
Palo Alto is facing potentially its biggest capital project since the construction of Oregon Expressway in 1962: the re-building of the Caltrain corridor through Palo Alto, particularly the rail crossings. Thursday, 2:13 PM | 4 comments

Holiday Fund: Making music a priority
Music in the Schools, which provides free general and specialized music classes to students in the Ravenswood City School District, received a $5,000 grant from the Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund at an especially critical time. Friday, 8:48 AM | 1 comments

Editorial: Give for the kids

Felon convicted of first-degree murder in 2016 shooting

Rail redesign sparks new ideas for downtown

Palo Alto teacher dies after officer-involved shooting

Shake Shack Palo Alto to open this weekend

Suit: Sutter, medical foundation made false Medicare claims

Proposed law could block President Hotel conversion

Google buys SSL site for $70M

'Tis the season for giving

PUBLIC AGENDA: Downtown project appeal; interim school calendars

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