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District to hire temporary water-conservation enforcers
The Santa Clara Valley Water District board of directors last night unanimously approved the hiring of up to 10 temporary... Last comment 3 hours ago | 33 comments

School board election kicks off
Four people, including one incumbent, have signaled their intent to run for the three seats on the Los Altos School District... Last comment on Jul 24, 2014 at 1:29 pm | 46 comments

Council shifts gears on San Antonio plan
After sharp public opposition delayed phase two of Merlone Geier's Village at San Antonio Center project last week, City... Last comment 1 hour ago | 106 comments

 
 
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The Ginko are in full regalia this week. Taken from a small airborne camera attached to a radio controlled model aircraft. Submitted by Paul Sterbentz on Dec 4, 2010

 
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El Camino pulls the plug on dialysis
Two down and one to go. El Camino Hospital recently closed its Oak Pavilion dialysis center and is slated to shut down its last dialysis center -- Rose Garden -- by the beginning of next year. Friday, 11:03 AM

Armed man robs Walmart
Police arrested a Ukiah man Monday after he allegedly fled from the Mountain View Walmart with $99 worth of merchandise and threatened Walmart security with what appeared to be a gun. Friday, 10:56 AM

Rescued egrets fly free at Google campus colony
The calls of egrets that nest in trees within Google's Mountain View headquarters are louder than the shuttle buses and bikes that pass through campus. A half-dozen rescued egret chicks, now grown and healthy, have rejoined the flock and more are on the way, thanks to local officials and wildlife volunteers. Friday, 10:18 AM

Community activist to run for City Council
Longtime community activist Lenny Siegel, who spearheaded the new group Campaign for a Balanced Mountain View, has announced that he will run for City Council this fall. Thursday, 1:20 PM | 18 comments

Spare the Air alert issued for Friday
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a Spare the Air alert for Friday, when possible triple-digit temperatures and low winds are expected to create unhealthy pollution in the region. Thursday, 1:18 PM

Pride on parade in downtown Mountain View
Donna Yeager, who hosts the show "On the Move" that's produced at KMVT, gets ready for the Disability Pride parade in downtown Mountain View on Saturday, July 19. Chanting, "We're here, we're loud, we're disabled and proud," participants made their way down Castro Street in the annual celebration of the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Thursday, 11:31 AM

Water district race heats up
Gary Kremen, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and founder of the dating site Match.com, has entered the race for the Santa Clara Valley Water District. Thursday, 11:01 AM | 4 comments

District to hire temporary water-conservation enforcers
The Santa Clara Valley Water District board of directors last night unanimously approved the hiring of up to 10 temporary water enforcers who will be charged with investigating water waste throughout the county. Wednesday, 8:51 AM | 33 comments

President arrives in Bay Area on fundraising trip
President Barack Obama arrived at San Francisco International Airport Tuesday night for a short fundraising visit in the South Bay, including a noon fundraiser in Los Alto Hills. Wednesday, 10:23 AM | 39 comments

It's a party downtown at Thursday Night Live
Summer in Mountain View is the time to dance in the streets, thanks to the city's Thursday Night Live concert series. If you missed the most recent festivities, which featured country tunes by Sandy Bell, don't worry: the next one is coming up July 24, with a performance by cover band Party Monsters. Tuesday, 11:10 AM | 1 comments

Stanford law professor nominated for state Supreme Court
Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, a Mexican-born Stanford Law School professor and former White House official, has been nominated for the California Supreme Court, Governor Jerry Brown's office announced Tuesday. Tuesday, 11:06 AM

Video, police dog aid Palo Alto police in car burglary arrest
Palo Alto police arrested a Mountain View man early Saturday morning after he allegedly tried to steal a car from a driveway, repeatedly backing into another car before being confronted by a resident and fleeing. Monday, 10:10 AM

Enjoying the moment at MV's Obon fest
Rev. Yushi Mukojima arrived at the Mountain View Buddhist Temple just one day after last year's annual Obon Festival wrapped up. Monday, 10:15 AM | 2 comments

County settles food storage lawsuit with Sysco
Ten California counties, including Santa Clara County, have settled a civil lawsuit filed against the Sysco Corporation regarding storing perishable foods in un-refrigerated and unregistered storage sheds.
Monday, 10:16 AM | 2 comments

Man hits officer after confronting Google employees
A Southern California man was arrested outside a Google office building last Monday after an argument with Google employees over a YouTube video allegedly escalated into a fight with police officers. Monday, 10:16 AM | 10 comments

Disability Pride parade on Saturday
The fifth annual West Coast Disability Pride Parade and Festival is set for Saturday, July 19, from noon to 3:30 p.m. The event will celebrate the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and is one of many Disability Pride events taking place around the world. Friday, 11:01 AM | 4 comments

El Camino budgets for big plans
After ending the fiscal year on a high note, El Camino Hospital plans to pour millions more into programs at its Mountain View and Los Gatos hospital facilities for the 2014-15 fiscal year. Friday, 12:43 PM | 4 comments

LinkedIn to hold job preparation clinic for homeless
LinkedIn is hosting around 75 homeless clients of InnVision Shelter Network in a job preparation clinic at its Mountain View headquarters on Friday, July 18. Friday, 9:34 AM | 3 comments

SV Community Foundation names new head of community impact
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation announced Wednesday that Erica K. Wood has been named as its new chief community impact officer.
Thursday, 8:47 AM | 1 comments

School board election kicks off

Editorial: Council members, stick to your guns on housing

Crime brief: man pulls knife in fight

One injured in two-alarm structure fire

Google donates free community shuttle service

Jose Vargas released after detainment by border patrol in Texas

Op-ed: Who's thinking about increased housing's impact on schools?

Downtown space exploration

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