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In the shadow of deportation
The rumors of ICE deportations - and how quickly they spread - point to a population of immigrants who are not only afraid... Last comment 14 hours ago | 57 comments

Exlusive interview with Rep. Anna Eshoo
On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Rep. Anna Eshoo discusses issues within and beyond Palo Alto, including airplane noise... Last comment 1 hour ago | 9 comments

Audits find flaws in Palo Alto's purchasing policies
As Palo Alto heads into what promises to be a challenging budget season, a new review from the Office of City Auditor has... Last comment 15 hours ago | 7 comments

Student data exposed in data breach
The names, addresses, birth dates and test scores of 14,000 current and former students in the Palo Alto school district... Last comment 1 hour ago | 12 comments

 
 
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"Tutu celebration "
Palo Alto Unified School District Superintendent Max McGee, left, and Grant Althouse, principal of Fairmeadow Elementary School, right, sport tutus to celebrate Fairmeadow's 22nd (two-two) day of the month on Thursday, Sept. 22. Photo by Paul Sakuma/www.paulsakuma.com. Submitted by My Nguyen on Sep 22, 2016

 
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Stanford University names new band director
Stanford University's Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band has a new official leader: Russell Gavin, a music education professor from Baylor University, the university announced Monday. Monday, 11:24 AM

Concern rises over restrictions for grade separations
As the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority prepares to dole out the first set of Measure B funds, Midpeninsula cities are raising concerns that the agency could be putting onerous restrictions on projects for Caltrain grade separations. Monday, 8:36 AM | 1 comments

Robber gets six months in county jail
A 23-year-old man who took part in a series of robberies in East Palo Alto was sentenced to serve six months in county jail and will be on probation for five years, the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office said. Monday, 11:04 AM

VIDEO: Rep. Anna Eshoo
On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Rep. Anna Eshoo joins Palo Alto Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and Staff Writer Sue Dremann to discuss issues within and beyond Palo Alto. Monday, 8:33 AM | 9 comments

East Palo Alto man faces prison time for burglary
A 21-year-old East Palo Alto resident faces up to 11 years in state prison after pleading no contest to one felony count of residential burglary in Menlo Park and one felony count of assault while in San Mateo County jail in 2015. Monday, 8:55 AM

In the shadow of deportation
The rumors of ICE deportations -- and how quickly they spread -- point to a population of immigrants who are not only afraid but who don't know their rights or whom they can trust. Friday, 6:56 AM | 57 comments

Palo Alto teen creates her own Trekkie starship crew
Palo Alto High School junior Angeline Chen was first exposed to "Star Trek: Voyager" at 10 months old. Little did she know that at age 16 she would become the founder of Palo Alto's own Star Trek Club. Monday, 8:33 AM | 2 comments

Audits find flaws in Palo Alto's purchasing policies

PAUSD student data exposed in breach

Cockfighting defendant faces multiple felonies

City, district eye design consultant for Cubberley

Specific budget cuts emerge in school district process

PUBLIC AGENDA: solar panel project; new parking program

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