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Kevin Forestieri

Assistant Editor, The Almanac and Mountain View Voice

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About Kevin
Kevin Forestieri is an assistant editor with the Mountain View Voice and The Almanac, joining the company in 2014 as a reporter for the Voice. Kevin has covered local and regional stories on housing, education and health care, including extensive coverage of Santa Clara County's mental health system. He participated in a fellowship with USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism.

Kevin grew up in the Bay Area, leaving for a brief stint to attend Humboldt State University. He graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication.
Stories by Kevin
Menlo Park police arrest man for alleged kidnapping following domestic dispute
A Burlingame man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly kidnapped a woman following a domestic dispute in Menlo Park, driving her out of the area before he was ultimately arrested by officers later that day.
[Sunday, December 18, 2022]

Federal grant will help pay rent for 15 foster youth in San Mateo County
San Mateo County will be able to help pay rent for 15 local young adults transitioning out of foster care, thanks to a federal grant of just over $340,000.
[Tuesday, September 27, 2022]

Portola Valley reluctantly settles lawsuit alleging Brown Act violations
The Portola Valley Town Council approved a settlement Monday to resolve a lawsuit against the town claiming its committee members violated the Brown Act, calling the decision an unfortunate but necessary move.
[Wednesday, August 3, 2022]

Google opens the doors on its massive Bay View campus next to NASA Ames
Google's eye-catching, 1.1 million-square-foot campus on the edge of the bay is complete and open to employees, marking a major expansion of the tech giant's Peninsula office footprint.
[Wednesday, May 18, 2022]

San Mateo County Community College District vice chancellor pleads not guilty to misusing public funds
Jose Nuñez, the latest district official ensnared in a criminal investigation into the San Mateo Community College District, pleaded not guilty last week to more than a dozen felony charges alleging that he misused public funds.
[Monday, December 27, 2021]

New poll finds 71% of Bay Area residents think quality of life has declined
Bay Area residents grappling with the high cost of living, growing homelessness and high taxes say the quality of life has sunk in recent years, with a record number looking to leave the region altogether, according to a new survey.
[Monday, October 11, 2021]

NASA charts a course for lunar rover in search of water on moon's surface
NASA scientists are set to launch an exploratory rover to the south pole of the moon late next year, with a goal of finding pockets of water that can be used for future manned missions to the lunar surface in 2024 and beyond.
[Wednesday, September 22, 2021]

Dignity Health reaches agreement with Anthem Blue Cross following contract standoff
Anthem Blue Cross customers can now go back to Sequoia Hospital and get in-network rates after an impasse over contract negotiations briefly killed a long-standing contract between the insurer and Dignity Health's network of hospitals.
[Tuesday, August 17, 2021]

Spate of ADA lawsuits hits hundreds of local businesses still reeling from the pandemic
Things were looking pretty good last month for Tai Pan, a downtown Palo Alto restaurant known for its Cantonese dim sum. COVID-19 restrictions were lifted and customers were coming back, but now the restaurant is facing an ADA lawsuit.
[Friday, August 13, 2021]

Indoor mask mandates are back in Bay Area as COVID cases surge
Seven Bay Area counties announced Monday that residents will be required to wear masks in nearly all indoor settings, marking the first major step in reversing a statewide rollback of public health restrictions in June.
[Monday, August 2, 2021]