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Why leash laws? There are plenty of good reasons
As a lifelong South Bay resident and outdoor enthusiast, I treasure our community's public open spaces. One of my favorite... Last comment 2 hours ago | 47 comments

Condos and townhouses approved for Compadres site
A building once renowned for enchiladas and margaritas will soon be demolished to make way for townhouses and condominiums... Last comment 2 hours ago | 14 comments

Residents reaffirm support for Caltrain trench
As Palo Alto moves ahead with its plan to reconstruct the rail corridor to separate trains from local roads, residents and... Last comment 1 hour ago | 75 comments

Two on school board call for supe's removal
After spending several hours discussing Superintendent Max McGee's performance in closed-session meetings this week, two... Last comment 1 hour ago | 66 comments

 
 
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School board to discuss superintendent's performance
Days after two Palo Alto Unified School District board members called for Superintendent Max McGee's removal, the school board will meet in closed session Wednesday to continue discussing his future. Tuesday, 10:25 AM | 4 comments

Condos and townhouses approved for Compadres site
A building once renowned for enchiladas and margaritas will soon be demolished to make way for townhouses and condominiums under a proposal that the City Council approved Monday night. Tuesday, 12:59 AM | 14 comments

School board to test new public-comment rules
In an effort to rein in meetings that regularly run past 10 p.m., the Palo Alto school board is testing a series of changes that will impact public comment. Monday, 2:46 PM | 6 comments

Fundraiser for earthquake relief in Oaxaca
A Palo Alto organization is looking to raise $10,000 to help rebuild two children's facilities that collapsed in the state of Oaxaca earlier this month in Mexico. Tuesday, 9:00 AM | 2 comments

Residents reaffirm support for Caltrain trench
As Palo Alto moves ahead with its plan to reconstruct the rail corridor, residents and officials are starting to narrow down the options for a preferred design. Monday, 8:29 AM | 75 comments

Opinion: Why leash laws? There are plenty of good reasons
Leash laws exist for good reasons. They protect the safety of humans and non-humans alike, and we all need to take responsibility to uphold them. Monday, 8:29 AM | 47 comments

Community Notebook: Teen organizes wellness conference
A Los Altos High School senior is organizing a free wellness conference this month to bring together teenagers to discuss and learn about topics such as identity, healthy relationships and mental health. Monday, 2:13 PM

Two on school board call for superintendent's removal

Miki Werness out at College Terrace Market

Bicyclist's purse reportedly snatched near Homer tunnel

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