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Those were the days

Unfortunately we don't know what kind of program these Portola Valley youngsters presented in 1924, although it surely was...

Original post made on Jul. 26, 2010
Last comment by R.GORDON, on Jul 26, 2010 at 7:49 am | 1 comment | 6164 Views


Portola Valley council candidate sees budget, housing as top issues

Angela Hey, a 29-year Portola Valley resident and management consultant who has served on the town's Bicycle, Pedestrian...

Original post made on Sep. 2, 2020
Last comment by Bob Pierce, on Sep 2, 2020 at 4:17 pm | 1 comment | 4487 Views


Stanford removes dam, giving endangered fish room to roam

Water is now flowing freely along a 480-foot stretch of San Francisquito Creek after Stanford University removed the aged...

Original post made on Mar. 7, 2019
Last comment by pvrez, on Mar 7, 2019 at 8:56 am | 1 comment | 5799 Views



Read the full story here posted Wednesday, October 19, 2011, 11:42...

Original post made on Nov. 12, 2011
Last comment by Peter, on Nov 12, 2011 at 1:10 am | 1 comment | 4320 Views


Portola Farms founder, longtime Woodside resident Glenn Atkinson dies at 96

Glenn Atkinson, founder of Portola Farms founder and an over 45 year Woodside resident Glenn Atkinson died at 96 last month. Read...

Original post made on Apr. 2, 2021
Last comment by Sandy, on Apr 2, 2021 at 1:08 pm | 1 comment | 5206 Views


Playground closure in Portola Valley

Announcement from the town of Portola Valley: Posted Date: 3/19/2010 The playground at the Town Center will be temporarily...

Original post made by Poster on Mar. 19, 2010
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Bill and Jean dedicate lands

Bill and Jean Lane have established a conservation easement for their 10 acres of land in the Westridge neighborhood, effectively...

Original post made by David Boyce on Dec. 14, 2006
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With COVID-19 variants on the rise, Santa Clara County faces race to vaccinate

Santa Clara County has seen a rise in residents infected with COVID-19 variants, a sign that efforts to curb the pandemic...

Original post made on Apr. 4, 2021
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Drunk Driver Kills/Injures two

The recent news report described a Spanish-speaking worker from Spring Down Farms involved in a drunk driving accident recently...

Original post made by mpresident on Apr. 9, 2007
There are no comments yet. 5690 Views


Local Resident Reflects on Kenyan Experience

On the walls of the Konditorei café in Portola Valley, there are pictures of another world. Women completing their daily...

Original post made by Brielle Schaeffer on Mar. 13, 2008
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Hundreds protest at MP offices of buyout firm

Several hundred people showed up this afternoon at the Menlo Park offices of the buyout firm, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts &...

Original post made on Jul. 18, 2008
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Thursday: Flight night in Portola Valley

Fans of powered flight may want to attend a celebration of model airplanes as they gracefully and quietly navigate the indoor...

Original post made on May. 18, 2011
There are no comments yet. 5446 Views


Ann Wengert named mayor of Portola Valley

Councilwoman Ann Wengert is the new mayor of Portola Valley for the next 12 months. Read the full story here

Original post made on Nov. 21, 2009
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Learn to Swing Dance, Waltz, and Salsa!

Dance for fitness and fun while meeting new friends in the new year! Join social dance instructor Nick Enge at the Portola...

Original post made by Nick Enge on Dec. 19, 2012
There are no comments yet. 4253 Views


New Roberts Market as a gathering place

The town of Portola Valley has been without a grocery store since July 2006, when John's Valley Foods closed after 29 years....

Original post made by David Boyce on Nov. 29, 2007
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Stanford begins clinical trials to expand Pfizer vaccine access to young children

Stanford Health Care has begun laying the clinical groundwork to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to the country's youngest...

Original post made on Apr. 16, 2021
There are no comments yet. 4014 Views


Roberts Market could get use permit this week

Unfortunately, I can't be at the meeting about this at the historic schoolhouse tomorrow night, but I certainly hope the...

Original post made by Judy Lurie on Dec. 4, 2007
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Our man in China

In anticipation of the upcoming Olympics in Beijing, Sheldon Breiner, a resident, a geologist and an active member of the...

Original post made by David Boyce on Jul. 30, 2008
There are no comments yet. 5588 Views


PV council to meet at The Sequoias Oct. 25

For its Wednesday, Oct. 25, meeting, the Portola Valley Town Council will convene at The Sequoias retirement community in...

Original post made by David Boyce on Oct. 13, 2006
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Portola Valley schools parcel tax renewal measure on March ballot

Portola Valley School District voters are being asked to renew and approve a rate increase for a parcel tax, which now generates...

Original post made on Feb. 12, 2020
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