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Another thread on this site is discussing someone who is putting tacks on Woodside's roadways to hurt bicyclists. As expected,... Last comment 13 hours ago | 7 comments

Early reactions to Stanford's revised development plans for Menlo Park
Since Stanford submitted its revised proposal Sept. 28 to develop its 8.4-acre property along roughly half a mile of El... Last comment 11 hours ago | 8 comments

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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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Woodside school board race: challenger criticizes incumbent's attendance record
A challenger for a seat on the Woodside Elementary School District board is accusing an incumbent of poor board meeting attendance. Monday, 10:00 AM

Firefighters extinguish 5-acre brush fire
Firefighters extinguished a 5-acre vegetation fire Saturday evening in the vicinity of Edgewood and Canada roads, Cal Fire officials said.
Sunday, 1:27 PM

City Council to review Menlo Park development plans
The Menlo Park City Council has a packed agenda for its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, with reviews of the two major documents that guide the city's development: the General Plan and the Downtown Specific Plan. Friday, 10:59 AM

Portola Valley: New member named to architectural review panel
Portola Valley resident Alvin Sill, currently the chair of the town's Water Conservation Committee, is the newest member of the town's Architectural & Site Control Commission. Friday, 8:29 AM

Menlo Park Police Department wins statewide award for work to reduce crime in Belle Haven
In recognition of its community policing strategies in the Belle Haven community, the Menlo Park Police Department was awarded the state-wide Helen Putnam Award for Excellence in Public Safety on Wednesday, Sept. 30, by the League of California Cities at its annual conference in San Jose. Thursday, 11:00 AM | 7 comments

Community says farewell to Fosters Freeze in Menlo Park
The farewell celebration for Fosters Freeze in Menlo Park on Wednesday, Sept. 30, attracted no less than a marching band, a TV crew, and a crowd of people substantial enough to consume the entirety of the shop's remaining ice cream supply within an hour. Thursday, 12:23 PM

Man arrested on possession of concealed weapon
An East Palo Alto man was arrested on suspicion of illegally carrying a concealed weapon Tuesday evening in East Palo Alto. The arrest was made after the Menlo Park Narcotics Enforcement Team contacted a group of people openly smoking marijuana in front of children, according to police. Friday, 8:02 AM

Belle Haven Open House showcases community programs
Traditional Aztec dancers, a Zumba class, and kids doing karate were among eight performances that took the stage at the Belle Haven community open house at the Onetta Harris Community Center on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 24. Thursday, 12:25 AM

Su Hong Menlo Park changes hands after 38 years
Su Hong To Go in Menlo Park, the longtime takeout Chinese-food favorite of generations of customers, has been sold, owner Bee King confirmed Monday. Monday, 11:57 AM | 23 comments

Early reactions to Stanford's revised development plans for Menlo Park

Obituary: Adaline Jessup of Portola Valley, ardent environmentalist

New Woodside preschool building opens

Police calls: Arsonist sets roadside couch on fire

Is it something in the water?

Menlo Park: Downtown pop-up park trial ends soon

Stanford proposes more housing, less office space in Menlo Park development

Atherton gives go-ahead to new bike routes


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