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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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Rusty's Roadside Grill opens in Ladera
Rusty's Roadside Grill, an East Coast-style pizzeria from the owner of Old Port Lobster Shack, is officially open for business at Ladera Country Shopper in Ladera. Saturday, 8:49 PM

Why one Harvard MBA is dedicating his career to narrowing the opportunity gap
Thirteen years ago, Peter Fortenbaugh, who holds a Harvard MBA and a Princeton bachelor's degree in economics, left the job he had been groomed to do as senior vice president of strategic planning at Exodus Communications and went to work full-time at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula as its operations director. Friday, 3:33 PM

Atherton council members hike town's drainage system
With a wet winter predicted and more than $40 million in improvements said to be needed in Atherton's storm drain system, Atherton's City Council members donned hard hats, waterproof boots and safety vests for a recent first-hand look at some of the system. Friday, 3:36 PM | 3 comments

Menlo Park searches to define, prioritize 'public benefits'
During its review of the El Camino Real/downtown specific plan Nov. 17, the City Council decided the city needs to prioritize the "public benefit" projects it wants done, and determine how to pay for them. Friday, 3:29 PM | 7 comments

County advisory: beware of extra high tides
Water levels at high tide along the San Mateo County coast are expected to be a few inches to a foot higher than usual from now to Nov. 29, due to king tides.
Thursday, 10:44 AM | 1 comments

Menlo Park conference: What China can learn from Silicon Valley
How can the "ecosystem of innovation" that has come to characterize Silicon Valley be replicated in China? Tuesday, 7:00 PM

Woodside memories: Thanksgivings present and past

Editorial: A means to help neighbors in need

Business: Women entrepreneurs aim to take on Silicon Valley

Business: Village Stationers, Accent Arts to leave California Avenue

Food donations will pay your library fines

App challenge for high school students

Schools receive Wells Fargo grants

SamTrans citizen advisers sought

Fire district director joins harbor district board

Family sues city, Caltrain in train fatality

Costs soar for plans to build new high school in Menlo Park

Woodside Bakery owners say they have been told to close by Jan. 15

Bruce Wellings named Menlo Park Kiwanis Club president

Atherton drops permit fee for solar installations

Feature story: Connecting with a camera

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to take two months of paternity leave

Police calls: Bathrobe and headphones stolen in auto burglary

The four new Eagles in Menlo Park


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