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Should police protect Facebook's bikes?
Local law enforcement officials have been stopping people riding Facebook bikes, questioning them, and in some instances,... Last comment 2 hours ago | 24 comments

Portola Valley license-plate cameras show some value in tracking criminals
With 12 months of images captured by the two pole-mounted license-plate-reading cameras located at the borders of Portola... Last comment on Feb 21, 2019 at 12:01 pm | 5 comments

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Chandrama Anderson Couple's Net
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Couples: Thanks
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Laura Stec The Food Party!
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Lettuce Pray
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Elena Kadvany Peninsula Foodist
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Joe & the Juice opens in Redwood City
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M-A wrestler voluntarily dismisses lawsuit against coach, school district
A Menlo-Atherton High School student voluntarily dismissed a complaint against the Sequoia Union High School District, district administrators, the M-A athletic director and a wrestling coach for alleged retaliation against her and her father after they complained about "disturbing behavior" by a wrestling coach at the school. Friday, 8:17 PM

Speier among lawmakers pushing phone app ban

It's unofficial: Jerome-Robinson named new city manager

Rail separation talks move forward

Shed fire draws firefighters to Los Trancos Woods last night

Plea deal in attempted kidnapping

Menlo Park: New deputy director hired to lead city's housing efforts


Gators snap out of slow start to reach D-IV title game
Reserve sophomore guard Jacqueline Chin hit a buzzer-beating 17-foot jumper at the end of the first quarter to give the Gators their first lead of the game, changing the momentum that set them on course to a 45-30 victory over No. 5 Monte Vista Christian of Watsonville. Friday, 8:07 AM

Priory girls looking for a three-peat in CCS D-5 hoops

It's the WBAL against the CCS in girls' soccer finals

Bears have no luck with the Irish in CCS Open hoops


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Arctic Few films have ever kept it simpler -- in terms of plot and character -- than "Arctic," a calling card from Brazilian YouTube sensation and first-time feature filmmaker Joe Penna. Granted, the 19-day shoot in Iceland probably wasn't very simple, but ...... Read the full review

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