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November 17, 2023

      President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping offer hope of improved relations at Woodside meeting
      Ladera residents may sue school district if access to Woodland School campus doesn't improve
      Portola Valley launches restructuring amid staffing and finance-operations crisis
      Sequoia Union district responds to criticism over swastika drawings at Woodside High
      Council weighs how to staff Menlo Park's new community center amid city's budget woes
      Local SETI Institute receives $200 million to search for extraterrestrial intelligent life
      Menlo Park council bucks public sentiment, doesn't name new community campus after Onetta Harris
      To fix classrooms and shore up creek bank, Woodside Elementary district set to vote on $36 million bond measure
      San Mateo County Board of Supervisors disagreement about leadership rotation policy boils over
      Accused San Carlos samurai sword killer refuses to testify to prosecutors
      Former community college district chancellor facing new felony charges for embezzlement, theft of public funds
      Amid internal tensions, religious leaders unite for peace vigil in Palo Alto
      Police: Burglary rates are down, thanks to Atherton's theft-deterring tech
      Menlo Park to gather data on impact of Middle Avenue traffic safety pilot project
      City-run apricot orchards serve as relics of a bygone era
      Recognizing fake news now a required subject in California schools
      Community briefs for Nov. 17
      Crime briefs for Nov. 17
      Obituaries: Local residents who have died recently

Eating Out
      12 Peninsula eateries serving to-go Thanksgiving meals and desserts

Arts & Entertainment
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