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March 17, 2004

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Publication Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2004

  • Cover Story
  • Forever Green: A conservation easement ensures one of Woodside's grandest estates, Green Gables, will be preserved
  • A summer place: Green Gables has been home to generations of the Fleishhacker family
  • Wildfire of 2002 started on estate's grounds
  • News
  • Three-year-old saved from choking
  • Baylands cleanup will tackle Cargill salt pond this summer
  • More hearings set on open space district expansion
  • Date in Dublin: Portola Valley man to teach in Foothill's summer program in Ireland
  • Hardware store may return to downtown Menlo Park
  • Poppies at the pharmacy: mural approved for Longs
  • Menlo Park Notes
  • Collacchi won't run again for Menlo council
  • Parking garages near top of city priority list
  • Menlo Park: Condo plan comes to council
  • Council criticized for delaying vote on home-building rules
  • Principal is sentenced for punching one of her students
  • Short Takes
  • Going, going, gone: four eucalyptus trees
  • Opinion
  • Historical imperative for Steve Jobs
  • How development rights might work for Park Theater
  • Looking for facts from petition-signers
  • Family Almanac
  • Barbara Wood's On the Home Front: A myrtle tree grows in Japan
  • Miles Files: Gina Miles aims to ride her Irish thoroughbred to the Olympic games in Athens
  • Centennial Seuss: Exhibit celebrates beloved kids' artist
  • Two named winners of Zider scholarships
  • For the Record
  • Ask the officer
  • Police Calls
  • Remembering Jane Gallagher, Portola Valley artist, volunteer
  • College graduates
  • In the service
  • Notes
  • Obituaries
  • George Pake, Xerox PARC founder, dies
  • Homeowners' seminar on building second units
  • Wedding: Poole-Parker
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Theater Review: Powerhouse action in Miller's 'All My Sons'
  • Menlo College celebrates women, spring
  • Wildflower walk time at Edgewood preserve
  • Marimba concert at Woodside Priory School
  • Schools
  • Madeleine Albright pays visit to Castilleja School
  • Archbishop visits Sacred Heart Schools
  • Aurora High School plies troubled waters in seeking Sequoia charter
  • New high school would give diplomas in three years
  • Oak Knoll celebrates reading
  • Symphony reaches out to schools
  • Portola Valley: Departure of principal raises concerns in school community
  • Paperwork, paperwork
  • Sacred Heart stages 25th anniversary event
  • Menlo College president resigns
  • Rising to the occasion
  • Woodside High hosts annual fashion show
  • Sports
  • Sports Notes
  • Master Community Calendar
  • Movies
  • Current Movie Times & Reviews
  • Mini Movie Reviews
  • Movie Theatre Addresses and Phone Numbers
  • MarketPlace
  • Classifieds
  • Online Classified Ad Form

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