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New school could close down Stevenson PACT
Drawing new lines for school attendance boundaries can be a tricky task that always leaves someone dissatisfied, and that... Last comment 52 minutes ago | 67 comments

Fierce competition ahead for North Bayshore projects
Google's dramatic new campus proposal isn't the only project vying for a piece of the North Bayshore pie. On Friday, Mountain... Last comment 23 hours ago | 11 comments

Bike plan lists 170 ways to make cycling safer in Mountain View
It became evident during a City Council meeting Tuesday that the life-and-death issue of bike and pedestrian safety is getting... Last comment 6 hours ago | 36 comments

Google unveils new HQ, aims to rethink office design
Google has unveiled plans for an office campus that will undoubtedly be called extraordinary. Read the full story here ... Last comment on Mar 3, 2015 at 2:29 pm | 28 comments

 
 
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AYRU (a Recognized youth sports organization in the City of Mountain View CA) Kids having fun at a Rugby practice session at Landels Elementary School. www.ayru.net Submitted by Paul Lynch on Jan 15, 2014

 
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Row houses to replace apartments on N. Rengstorff
On Tuesday Mountain View's newest City Council members were hesitant to displace 32 households in an apartment complex at 333 North Rengstorff Ave. in order to make way for 29 large, expensive row houses. Friday, 1:42 PM | 10 comments

Middle school entrepreneurs compete at Crittenden's Startup Weekend
Silicon Valley is immersed in a startup culture where innovative ideas, backed by investors, seem to sprout up every day. Last weekend, kids from all over the Bay Area gathered at Crittenden Middle School to get a taste of that entrepreneurial spirit by developing their own new ideas at the annual Startup Weekend event. Friday, 10:08 AM

Mountain View's Grand Central Station is in the works
The City Council began talking about a major new downtown transit center and Caltrain station on Tuesday, along with the big question of how to make the Castro Street train crossing safe. Thursday, 11:03 AM | 28 comments

El Camino's new cancer center set to open its doors
El Camino Hospital is just steps away from opening its new cancer center this month. The new center, more than double the size of the old facility, will be able to handle the thousands of new cancer patients the hospital receives each year. Wednesday, 4:24 PM

Bike plan lists 170 ways to make cycling safer in Mountain View
It became evident during a City Council meeting Tuesday that the life-and-death issue of bike and pedestrian safety is getting significant attention in Mountain View. Wednesday, 1:52 PM | 36 comments

Prosthetic racing leg stolen from Paralympic hopeful
The specialized prosthetic leg that Ranjit Steiner, a 2009 Gunn High School graduate, was counting on to carry him to a Paralympic medal was stolen from his car in San Francisco overnight. Wednesday, 9:46 AM

Fierce competition ahead for North Bayshore projects
Google's dramatic new campus proposal isn't the only project vying for a piece of the North Bayshore pie. On Feb. 27, Mountain View city planners received six other major North Bayshore development proposals that will be competing with Google for the City Council's favor in April. Tuesday, 10:32 AM | 11 comments

Construction worker rescued after falling
Rescue crews with the Santa Clara County Fire Department staged a technical rescue at a construction site in Los Altos where a worker broke his leg this afternoon, according to police and firefighters. Monday, 4:54 PM | 2 comments

Meeting on Immigrant House, Stieper Park design
Residents are being asked to weigh in on the design for an unusual new park with a demonstration garden and historic home at 771 North Rengstorff Ave. Monday, 4:22 PM | 4 comments

Drought may slash food for hungry
The persistent drought is putting a strain on Bay Area food providers. Lack of rain and the puny snowpack this winter is leading to a fourth year of drought for California. The result could be fewer fruits and vegetables available for Mountain View's neediest residents. Monday, 10:06 AM

New Bay protection bill introduced in Congress
U.S. legislators from both houses of Congress introduced bills Thursday that seek to improve and protect San Francisco Bay, according to representatives of the legislators' offices.
Monday, 1:09 PM

Google unveils new HQ plans with startling design
Google has unveiled plans for an office campus that will undoubtedly be called extraordinary. Friday, 4:55 PM | 28 comments

Pedestrian killed in crosswalk was Los Altos engineer
Robert Schwehr had dropped off his car at the Mountain View Costco's tire center and was walking across the street when he was struck by a car at Charleston Road and Independence Avenue on Monday, Feb. 16. He died of his injuries at the hospital on Wednesday. Friday, 11:19 AM | 23 comments

New school could close down Stevenson PACT
Drawing new lines for school attendance boundaries can be a tricky task that always leaves someone dissatisfied, and that proved true Tuesday night when the Mountain View Whisman School District laid out likely scenarios for new boundaries that could trigger the closure of the district's parent-participation school. Friday, 10:35 AM | 67 comments

Suspects steal $2k in candy, soda
Two men were captured on video sweeping up candy and beverages into grocery carts at a Smart & Final in Mountain View and leaving without paying, according to police. Friday, 10:25 AM | 1 comments

MV man accused of torture, sex abuse to stand trial
A Mountain View man who allegedly tortured and beat his girlfriend's teenage brother for months will stand trial on four felony charges, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Barnum ruled on Friday, Feb. 20. Thursday, 11:51 AM | 8 comments

LinkedIn and Google to submit big office plans

Sheriff wins OK of cell-phone tracker

New city priorities: housing, transportation and the environment

MV burglary suspect nabbed

Supervisors OK $1.8 million to help undocumented immigrants

Woman injured by train in Palo Alto

HP executive to lead InnVision Shelter Network

Woman dies after train strikes car in Menlo Park

MV pedestrian struck by car dies

VTA opens new transit innovation center

Teens prepare for robot season

Scammer dupes family out of $500 for Disneyland passes

Students challenge their brains with math

Concerns raised over superintendent severance

EPA zeros in on sewer line polluters

Downtown grocer still struggling, quietly

Man in critical condition following traffic collision

Rash of burglaries hits Waverly Park

High schools to allow PE exemptions

 

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