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November 11, 2022

      Menlo Park's Measure V poised for defeat as voters overwhelmingly reject measure
      Hasko and Taylor pull ahead in Portola Valley Town Council race
      Menlo Park Council member Ray Mueller takes big lead in race for San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
      Couple killed in Redwood City car collision leave behind twins
      Incumbent Mayor Betsy Nash leads for Menlo Park City Council District 4
      Incumbents DeGolia, Widmer and Miles Holland pull ahead in Atherton council race
      Incumbent Brian Dombkowski takes big lead in Woodside Town Council race
      Hayden, Peiffer, Westervelt lead in Woodside Elementary School District race
      Slate leads in Ravenswood City School District board race
      Atherton councilman says state gave town an 'F' for housing element draft
      Forensics team analyzing buried car for DNA connection to other crimes
      Assemblyman Mullin headed to Congress to replace Rep. Jackie Speier
      College student winning race for Sequoia high school district board
      San Mateo County supervisors discuss options for sheriff's oversight committee
      Judge denies last-ditch efforts by Theranos defendants to avoid sentencing
      Incumbent Miller takes decisive victory in Woodside fire district race
      At Google's campus, state and local leaders urge greater efforts to conserve water
      Environmental review of Meta's huge Willow Village project heads to Menlo Park council
      Crime Briefs
      Bernstein, Jones and Bloom leading in Menlo Park Fire Board race

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