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Hundreds participate in 'Walk to School'

<I>Submitted by Millo Fenzi of Woodside, a member of the Woodside Elementary School Site Council and leader of the school's...

Original post made on Nov. 9, 2010
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Vote NO on Woodside Measure A

Measure A will be on the ballot on Sept 7 for Woodside Voters. This is an attempt to allow significant commercial expansion...

Original post made by Don Pugh on Jul. 21, 2021
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Hundreds of books, CDs on sale at Woodside Library book sale Nov. 4

If you like bargains, the upcoming Woodside Library book sale is the place for you. On Saturday, Nov. 4, hundreds of gently...

Original post made by Richard Hine on Oct. 18, 2006
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WOODSIDE

Old Woodside Store Day on Sunday

History buffs of all ages can time-travel back to the 1880s on Sunday, May 6, from noon to 4 p.m. at the annual Old Woodside...

Original post made by Richard Hine on May. 2, 2007
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"Tip-A-Cop" event at Buck's in Woodside Oct. 26

<b>Message from Jamis MacNiven of Buck's restaurant in Woodside.</b> Join us Thursday, October 26th, 2006 for breakfast...

Original post made by Richard Hine on Oct. 19, 2006
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Little Store closed? Say it ain't so!

The Little Store on Woodside Road has been a landmark/community hangout for decades, and I'm so upset that it has closed!...

Original post made by Good Eats on Jan. 26, 2007
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Woodside: Where have all the women gone?

In past decade or two, there were always plenty of women on the Woodside Planning Commission and the Architectural & Site...

Original post made on Feb. 28, 2019
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In the year ahead, housing, parking and other infrastructure on Woodside mayor's plate

Woodside Mayor Chris Shaw expects a lot of his focus this year to be on state housing mandates, though it wouldn't be his...

Original post made on Jan. 29, 2023
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Obituary: Elizabeth "Betty" Biber of Woodside

Elizabeth "Betty" Martha Biber, mother of five and a longtime resident of Woodside, used to take pleasure in walking in...

Original post made on Apr. 21, 2012
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WOODSIDE

Tips on Emergency Preparedness

Woodside's newest town advisory committee, the Emergency Preparedness Committee has put out a bulletin with tips for getting...

Original post made by Woodside Emergency Preparedness Committee on Mar. 12, 2015
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Glass bridge for Woodside residents: one day a Woodside landmark

From the CitizensofWoodside.com blog: "It is amoosing to note that the Town architectural review board told renowned...

Original post made by News Guy on Feb. 4, 2007
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Woodside to hold soapbox derby May 7

Woodside's soapbox derby will be held Sunday, May 7, in the Woodside town center parking lot at 2955 Woodside Road. Read...

Original post made on Apr. 14, 2017
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WOODSIDE

Steve Jobs wealth not an issue

The following letter by John Clark was published in the Almanac's Feb. 7 print edition: Editor: I find it offensive...

Original post made by Renee Batti on Feb. 7, 2007
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Bike to Work ... and Preschool Day

Aaron Lipp gets a little help from his dad Joshua at Woodside's Bike to Work "energizer station" this morning. Aaron fueled...

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet on May. 17, 2007
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SFGATE.com blog of WOODSIDE has Photos

If you want to read a rather smart blog done by going to the SFGATE.COM site, it is just terrific. It does have magnificent...

Original post made by R.Gordon on Oct. 16, 2011
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Kepler's selects best picks for book clubs

Staff from KeplerĀ“s, the oldest independent bookstore on the Peninsula will recommend their top book picks for book clubs...

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet on May. 30, 2007
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Parents warned of kids' 'choking game' dangers

In September, an 11-year-old boy who had just entered sixth grade in North Carolina died alone in his bedroom playing what...

Original post made on Apr. 9, 2017
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WOODSIDE

Seven volunteers help Woodside prepare for disaster

In anticipation of a natural disaster -- whether a wildfire, major earthquake, flood or landslide -- the town of Woodside...

Original post made on Jun. 11, 2014
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Wood chipping program under way

The annual wood chipping program has begun for residents of Portola Valley and Woodside. The idea behind the program is to...

Original post made by David Boyce on May. 16, 2008
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If it's not Hetch-Hetchy water, I'm sticking with gin

I can't believe how awful the tap water is lately. The cloudiness doesn't bother me as much as the nasty taste. Couldn't...

Original post made by Parched on Feb. 16, 2007
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