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"Hillview Fights Cancer!"
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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Portola Valley resident halts apparent burglary
A Portola Valley resident came home just in time to prevent an apparent burglary on Wednesday, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Saturday, 9:20 PM

Menlo Park celebrates the Fourth
Kids with their decorated bikes, trikes and wagons paraded down Santa Cruz Avenue and headed for a festival in Burgess Park on Saturday to celebrate July Fourth in Menlo Park. Saturday, 8:59 PM

Atherton, Menlo Park police warn about fireworks, firearms
Atherton and Menlo Park police are reminding residents that all fireworks are illegal in every city in San Mateo County except Pacifica and San Bruno, which allow state-approved fireworks. Thursday, 6:26 AM | 7 comments

Caltrain loses bid for exemption from state environmental law on electrification project
Caltrain must comply with the state's environmental quality act in electrifying its rail system between San Francisco and San Jose, according to a ruling July 2 by the federal Surface Transportation Board. Friday, 2:11 PM | 5 comments

Heroin ring has ties to Menlo Park, police say
Bay Area law enforcement agencies have arrested the alleged leader and three alleged co-conspirators in a heroin distribution ring based in Sonoma County but with ties to Menlo Park, a Santa Rosa police sergeant said. Friday, 10:06 AM | 1 comments

A page from our history
In this 1915 photo, children pose in front of Woodside School, built in 1910. The Mission Revival-style building had multiple classrooms, unlike the one-room schoolhouses in the area at the time. Saturday, 8:55 AM

Woodside: Jasmine spends month on the lam
The bichon frise, not much more than a ball of fluff at less than 15 pounds, was lost and wandering the hills of Woodside, where mountain lions and coyotes roam, for a month. Thursday, 6:30 AM | 3 comments

Can social media play a role in youth suicide prevention?
An internationally known suicide prevention researcher visited the Stanford University School of Medicine on Monday to share her work on how social media can be used to prevent suicide, offering insight into alternative avenues for addressing teen mental health concerns. Thursday, 7:19 AM

Atherton estate traces 145 years of local history
As the long, long driveway to the home at 151 Laurel St. in Atherton winds back, and back and back, through walls of vegetation, it feels almost as if the decades are winding back with it Wednesday, 7:54 AM

Former state senator Yee pleads guilty to racketeering charge

Atherton: Police give safety tips after attack on runner

Portola Valley: Road, trail improvements draw focus in new budget

Lutticken's owner opens Main & Elm in Redwood City

A page from our history

Governor signs bill eliminating 'personal belief' exemption for vaccinations

Trainers should monitor all high school athletes for concussions, grand jury says

Police calls: Jumping-jack soil compactor stolen from unoccupied Menlo Park home

There is a free lunch this summer in Atherton

 

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