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Stevenson PACT principal resigns
In a decision that appears to have caught some by surprise, Stevenson PACT's principal, Tyler Graff, announced last week... Last comment 8 hours ago | 37 comments

Airbnb tent raises eyebrows
Paying $965 a month for a one-bedroom rental might seem a bargain in Mountain View, especially for a place featuring a garden... Last comment on Jun 28, 2015 at 6:23 pm | 6 comments

The robo-car revolution hits Mountain View streets
A question kept ringing through my mind as I took my first ride Monday in one of Google's prototype self-driving cars --... Last comment 15 hours ago | 19 comments

 
 
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High schools install car-charging stations
The Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District announced this week that two 240-volt car chargers have been installed at both Mountain View and Los Altos high schools, according to a district press release. Monday, 4:15 PM

Analysis: Supreme Court ruling likely to affect equal-rights laws
The U.S. Supreme Court's sweeping decision that same-sex marriage is protected by the Fourteenth Amendment will have widespread implications, legal experts at Stanford Law School said Friday. Monday, 1:55 PM | 1 comments

A friend in deed: community activist, volunteer finds herself in need of helping hand
Public accolades and private turmoil have marked the past 18 months for community activist Elena Pacheco. The tireless volunteer and teacher found herself battling cancer and homelessness after rent increases displaced her from the apartment she's lived in for more than 20 years. She allowed the Voice to document her struggle to reclaim her health and her life in Mountain View. Monday, 1:35 PM | 1 comments

Mountain View Whisman ratchets up spending
Residents who demanded that the Mountain View Whisman School District spend down its $20 million reserves may have gotten their wish. The school district's normally conservative spending habits took a different direction last fiscal year, placing the district $1.1 million in the red. Monday, 9:55 AM | 6 comments

Man arrested in package theft case
A man in possession of a package that is thought to have been stolen was arrested on an outstanding warrant in Mountain View early Wednesday morning, according to police.
Monday, 10:15 AM

Airbnb tent raises eyebrows
Paying $965 a month for a one-bedroom rental might seem a bargain in Mountain View, especially for a place featuring a garden view and nestled between the Google campus and the Caltrain station.
Monday, 10:15 AM | 6 comments

Supreme Court upholds same-sex marriage
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 vote today that the federal Constitution provides a right to same-sex marriage -- an action Assemblyman Rich Gordon called historic "for all Americans who value fairness and equality." Friday, 2:50 PM

In-house pick to head community college district
After a months-long national search for a new chancellor to head the Foothill-De Anza Community College District, the board of trustees ultimately decided to hire in-house by selecting Foothill College president Judy Miner. Friday, 1:41 PM | 1 comments

Board OKs $42 M Castro school project
The Mountain View Whisman school board decided Thursday night to move forward with a $42 million transformation of the Castro Elementary School campus, but only after three hours of deadlocked votes and lengthy discussion. Friday, 1:25 PM | 8 comments

Report: Cities unprepared for sea-level rise
The Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury has a message for city and county officials who are dragging their feet regarding sea-level rise: Get with the program. Friday, 10:18 AM | 1 comments

San Jose woman arrested on kidnapping charges
A 33-year-old San Jose woman was arrested last week in Mountain View after she allegedly got into someone's car and demanded the driver take her to a store to buy cigarettes. Thursday, 8:56 PM | 2 comments

Sparks fly at MV Whisman school board meeting
Tensions flared at the Mountain View Whisman School board meeting Thursday night over an otherwise uncontroversial contract approval -- the district's construction project manager threatened to walk out of the meeting because of some board members' questioning of cost figures. Thursday, 4:25 PM | 42 comments

Google's self-driving car revolution hits Mountain View streets
A question kept ringing through my mind as I took my first ride Monday in one of Google's prototype self-driving cars -- Is this newfangled robo-car a better driver than I am? Thursday, 11:45 AM | 19 comments

Google contest: Paint your robo-wagon
Want to display your art where it's certain to get stares? Put it on the side of a Google self-driving car. Thursday, 12:07 PM | 2 comments

Mountain View slashes water use in May
Worsening drought conditions and greater pressure from the state of California may finally be having an impact on water use in the city of Mountain View. Monthly water savings in April and May show residents are saving more than enough water to breeze by the 16 percent-cut required by the State Water Resources Control Board, as compared to 2013 water use. Thursday, 10:31 AM | 11 comments

Experts: Rising sea level needs to be top priority
Sea levels are already rising along the San Francisco Bay and local creeks, and officials can't waste time in finding a fix, experts said at a June 19 conference to address the issue. Wednesday, 4:22 PM | 15 comments

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GoogleServe focuses efforts on local schools

Police: Man cited in hit-and-run accident in Palo Alto

Five arrested on drug sale charges at Shoreline concert

Burglary suspect caught on camera

Pear Theatre announces new home

Mutts and mocha at Peet's

Welcome to summer camp

Crossings vote a reprieve for SnoZen

Gas leak triggers church evacuation

Grass fire along I-280 in Los Altos Hills

Pedestrian dies on Caltrain tracks in Sunnyvale

Local A.M.E. members mourn in aftermath of Charleston killings

Firefighters put out dryer fire

Los Altos board asks MV to fund park purchase

 

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