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September 29, 2023

      Menlo Circus Club leaders 'dismayed' to find its property on Atherton's list of potential housing sites
      Trainer connected with Palo Alto dog's death charged in Massachusetts case
      How a Palo Altan and a Silicon Valley network are rescuing LGBTQ+ Afghans
      Ravenswood City School District board voting on 400-unit teacher housing project
      Hateful speech via Zoom jars Atherton council meeting
      Saying they want a seat at the table, Almanac journalists join effort to form a new, company-wide union
      Serial killer who strangled women on Stanford land dies in prison
      Living history: Atherton turns out to celebrate the town's centennial
      New contract for Menlo Park pools floats past City Council's renewed scrutiny
      Citing privacy concerns, Menlo Park council says no to automated license plate readers
      President Biden arrives on Peninsula for Atherton campaign events
      San Mateo County Supervisors OK contracts for mental health services, unlocking federal funding
      Former Congresswoman Jackie Speier announces run for San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
      San Mateo County forms domestic violence task force after 5 women are killed
      Newsom signs bill seeking to protect LGBTQ+ youth from hostile foster homes
      Pedestrian struck, killed by California Highway Patrol officer with DUI suspect in vehicle on Highway 92
      Peninsula Building Materials celebrates 100 years as a family business
      Crime briefs for Sept. 29
      Obituaries for Sept. 29

Eating Out
      High-end sushi to go

Arts & Entertainment
      Peninsula pooches audition for a shot at the spotlight
      Lost and found
      Worth a look, Sept. 29

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