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      Getting an education, but barely getting by

News
      When it comes to housing bill, neighboring cities see things differently
      You're not imagining things: Large crow sculptures roost in Palo Alto
      'Residents only' policy for Foothills Park sparks fresh debate
      Email: Stanford, school district skirted county ground rules
      City eyes overhaul of residential parking districts
      First-of-its-kind program for people living in RVs debuts in East Palo Alto
      Spurred by loss, Palo Alto teacher organizes suicide awareness walk
      News Digest
      Around Town
      Public Agenda
      City View

Spectrum
      Letters to the editor
      Editorial: A secrecy strategy

Movies
      Elementary, my dear Pokémon

Eating Out
      The thriving spirit of food technology

Community Pulse
      Obituaries

Arts & Entertainment
      Hippies, Hells Angels and the Grateful Dead
      Pear's 'Slices' delights in Mountain View

Sports
      High School Athletes of the Week
      On the Air
      SCVAL title is up for grabs
      Menlo School goes for a repeat
      Sports Shorts
      Stanford looking for lucky number seven

Class Guide
      Summer Class Guide

Real Estate
      What $9 million won't get you in Old Palo Alto: A house on a lot
      Home front


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