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Atherton reduces size of planned civic center
The size of Atherton's new civic center has been cut by 1,600 square feet, shaving at least $2 million from the budget for... Last comment 8 hours ago | 7 comments

Menlo Park: A new tool for funding 'affordable' housing?
The city of Menlo Park could have a new way to increase funding for housing that's affordable to middle- and lower-income... Last comment 18 hours ago | 4 comments

 
 
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Hillview Middle Schoolers make pledges at a Relay for Life event for the American Cancer Society. Funds support research for cancer prevention, treatment, and cures. The students have raised over $24,000! Submitted by Ashley Carlisle on May 16, 2015

 
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Police calls: Lion seen jumping over home's front gate in Woodside
Crime reports for Woodside, Portola Valley, Ladera, Atherton and Menlo Park Tuesday, 9:59 AM

Menlo Park: A new tool for funding 'affordable' housing?
The city of Menlo Park could have a new way to increase funding for housing that's affordable to middle- and lower-income families.
Tuesday, 10:33 AM | 4 comments

Atherton reduces size of planned civic center
The size of Atherton's new civic center has been cut by 1,600 square feet, shaving at least $2 million from the budget for the complex, the City Counci learned on July 20. Tuesday, 10:01 AM | 7 comments

Update on local elections
Here is the latest news about candidates for local elections. Tuesday, 8:53 AM

Almanac readers name their favorite restaurants, shops and services
The list of winners in the categories of restaurants, food & drink, retails, services and fun stuff is revealed. Tuesday, 8:39 AM

Atherton police looking for mail thieves
Four people were seen taking mail from mailboxes in the Lindenwood and North Fair Oaks neighborhoods on Sunday morning, Atherton police say. Monday, 10:04 AM | 9 comments

Caltrain swaps train sets to avoid overcrowding
Starting today, Caltrain will be replacing some of its trains with larger trains capable of accommodating more passengers, in an effort to avoid overcrowding. Tuesday, 8:46 AM

Menlo Oaks residents ask San Mateo County to protect their oaks

Portola Valley: Mosquitoes test negative for West Nile virus

Atherton resident convicted of violating Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act

Atherton won't put business license tax changes on November ballot

Traffic alert: Major water main replacement project in Menlo Park

Remembering Woodside's Bob O'Neil: A long and happy life

Profile: Woodside, a work in progress, and Ron Romines likes it

 

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