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City cracks down on tenants at First Baptist
After more than two years of providing counseling to Palo Alto teenagers dealing with mental health issues out of an office... Last comment 13 hours ago | 42 comments

New affordable-housing project proposed in Ventura
After meeting community opposition in its most recent bid to build an affordable-housing complex in its home town, the nonprofit... Last comment 9 hours ago | 26 comments

Stanford buys homes in College Terrace, raising questions
In order to meet the housing needs of its faculty, Stanford University has stepped up buying single-family homes throughout... Last comment 9 hours ago | 33 comments

Maybell Avenue development moves ahead
A developer's plan to build 16 homes on a former orchard site on Maybell Avenue scored a major victory Thursday morning,... Last comment on Jul 22, 2017 at 6:45 am | 10 comments

 
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Hollywood actor found dead
Hollywood actor John Heard, 71, best known as the dad from "Home Alone," died in a Palo Alto hotel room on Friday afternoon, according to the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office. Saturday, 1:07 PM | 8 comments

Lyft to open Palo Alto center for self-driving cars
Palo Alto's Stanford Research Park will soon be home to another company pursuing the Holy Grail of the auto industry: self-driving cars. Lyft announced on Thursday that it would be opening a facility this year in Palo Alto. Saturday, 10:50 AM | 3 comments

Peninsula economy labor growth stalled
A midyear analysis of Silicon Valley and San Francisco Peninsula economic trends shows unemployment at its lowest rate since the dot-com boom, but job growth has slowed and growth in the labor force has stopped, according to a July update by the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies. Saturday, 8:24 AM | 3 comments

VIDEO: Inside code enforcement
Weekly journalists Anna Medina, Gennady Sheyner and Linda Taaffe break down how code enforcement works in Palo Alto and discuss what the city is doing to strengthen it. Friday, 6:53 PM

City cracks down on tenants at First Baptist
The city has sent out notices to First Baptist Church and to 11 organizations that rent space within the Old Palo Alto neighborhood workship place, informing them that they are violating the zoning code. Friday, 6:54 AM | 42 comments

Stanford buys homes in College Terrace, raising questions
In order to meet the housing needs of its faculty, Stanford University has stepped up buying single-family homes throughout Palo Alto and other nearby cities in the last two years, according to county records. Friday, 6:54 AM | 33 comments

Community Notebook: East Palo Alto Resource Fair
Twenty local organizations will provide information on immigration resources available to community members at a community resource fair in East Palo Alto on Sunday afternoon. Friday, 9:49 AM | 1 comments

New affordable-housing project proposed in Ventura

Maybell project moves ahead

Court declines to lift injunction blocking sanctuary cities order

Rape reported at Stanford

Around Town: staged protest, retail woes

Hotel eyed for Su Hong site

Felon arrested after three-car crash, manhunt

PUBLIC AGENDA: proposed dog park; Stanford GUP application

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