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Menlo Park Streets Need to Be Safer for Kids
While many have set their eyes on Washington DC over the past week, a growing group of concerned citizens have also had their... Last comment 4 hours ago | 0 comments

Woodside: One-way traffic likely for months on storm-damaged section of Hwy. 84
Erosion from recent storms has weakened part of Highway 84 in the hills above Woodside. A 75-to-100-foot section located... Last comment on Jan 18, 2017 at 4:21 pm | 8 comments

Guest opinion: Small gains for cyclists; big losses for everyone else
Make a mental note: Dec. 6, 2016, will prove to be a more important date than most Menlo Park residents now realize. That... Last comment 6 hours ago | 28 comments

 
 
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Portola Valley: Suspects in prowling incident identified
Sheriff's Office deputies have identified the two men arrested on Thursday, Jan. 19, in connection with a Portola Valley resident's 911 call to report two prowlers in her backyard. Monday, 12:12 PM

Man who led car chase in Menlo Park gets prison sentence
A man who allegedly ran a stop sign while on the phone in eastern Menlo Park, led a Menlo Park police officer on a car chase and crashed into another car has been sentenced to two years in state prison. Monday, 12:05 PM

Menlo Park: City staff recommends approval of Greenheart complex
A much-discussed project to build apartments, offices and shops totaling 420,000 square feet at 1300 El Camino Real in Menlo Park will go before the City Council at its meeting Jan. 24, and city staff recommends approval. Sunday, 10:05 PM | 2 comments

Atherton to ask voters to lift civic center public funding limits
Atherton has a problem. The town has almost all the funds it needs to build a new civic center, but it's not allowed to spend much of them because of a 2012 ballot measure that limits public funding for new town and police offices. Sunday, 10:02 PM | 4 comments

Photos from Saturday's 'community action' rally in Redwood City
Here are photos from the "Community Action Rally" held Saturday at Courthouse Square in Redwood City.
Sunday, 10:02 PM | 7 comments

Feature story: On writing
Portola Valley resident and author Mary Waters-Sayer says she sees boredom as an opportunity for interesting thoughts and feelings, and that its absence is undesirable in the long run, particularly for children. Friday, 11:28 AM

Portola Valley: Council fills out membership of affordable housing committee
Seven residents of Portola Valley, all volunteers, will be studying the question of whether it's feasible to build small houses on town-owned land that's affordable to people who work in town but cannot afford to live there, including teachers and Town Hall staff. Friday, 11:45 AM | 7 comments

Poll shows differences between Californians and Trump
As Donald Trump prepares for his swearing-in as the nation's 45th president, a new survey by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University shows that most Californians aren't in line with several key proposals that could impact the entire country. Friday, 10:28 AM | 7 comments

Update: Two arrested after deputies respond to report of prowlers in Portola Valley
Deputies from the San Mateo County Sheriff''s Office arrested two men after responding to a report of prowlers in the 100 block of Golden Oak Drive in Portola Valley shortly after noon today (Jan. 19). Thursday, 4:06 PM | 3 comments

Lovely weather for ducks!
These Woodside ducks have been enjoying this winter's wet weather in the way only ducks can, by rolling in the mud and glorying in the water falling from the sky. Sunday, 10:02 PM

Menlo Park: Third-graders take on computer coding

Encinal students learn about engineering by having fun

Health advisory: Flu season in full swing

Five local youths attain Eagle Scout rank

Greenheart project goes to Menlo Park council on Tuesday

Man pleads not guilty to burglarizing Menlo Park construction site

Rich Gordon takes government relations job at nonprofit

Through the fog

Update: Woodside OKs larger floor areas for main residences

Cause for alarm? How the Menlo Park Fire Protection District pays its employees

Firefighters deserve high pay, chief says

Woodside: One-way traffic likely for months on storm-damaged section of Hwy. 84

 

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