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Op-ed: Chamber offers platform for City Council race
The November election is fast approaching, and Mountain View is primed to chart a course for its future. With three City... Last comment 1 hour ago | 36 comments

6.0 earthquake rattles Bay Area
A 6.0 earthquake that centered near South Napa shook Bay Area residents in their beds early Sunday morning. U.S. Geological... Last comment on Aug 27, 2014 at 3:06 pm | 17 comments

 
 
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"Drumming Camp at WSP"
Rhythm is in your heart, your body and your soul. Rhythm is as natural as your pulse and breath, and it's FUN! In drumming camp at the Waldorf School of the Peninsula, we will use our fee and hands to stomp and clap, play drums, tap sticks, shake, sing and make great nourishing rhythmic music together! For more information on this and other camps, and to register: http://waldorfpeninsula.org/curriculum-br-programs/summer-camp.html or contact us at info@waldorfpeninsula.org 650.209.9400 Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Mar 4, 2013

 
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Council candidate Unangst's ballot designation challenged
A Mountain View City Council candidate is going to have to change his ballot designation after being challenged over his use of the title "retired lieutenant colonel" on the November ballot. Friday, 12:34 PM

Council race: phone survey raises questions
Mountain View voters are being surveyed about how they might vote in the November City Council election, prompting questions about who is gathering such information and how it will be used. Friday, 9:58 AM

State court rejects most misconduct claims against assistant DA
California Supreme Court justices have reversed a state appeals court ruling of egregious prosecutorial misconduct against Jay Boyarsky, Santa Clara County's chief assistant district attorney. Friday, 9:58 AM

Missing man, 67, found safe
More than four hours after he disappeared from the Mountain View Senior Center, police say a 67-year-old man who suffers from Alzheimer's disease has been found safe. Thursday, 6:48 PM

How big is need for LASD bond?
The $150 million bond measure proposed by the Los Altos School District faces sharp criticism as it heads to the November ballot. Opponents of the measure question whether the school district really needs the money to handle student enrollment, and say many campuses still have room to grow. Thursday, 1:03 PM | 30 comments

City seeks minimum wage comments
The Mountain View City Council has opened an online forum asking residents for input on the city proposal that would raise the minimum wage in Mountain View. Thursday, 12:52 PM | 16 comments

Election a change of pace for MVLA
School board elections are getting a lot of attention this year. Another last-minute candidate joined the race for a spot on the school board for the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District -- making a grand total of seven candidates seeking the three seats up for election. Thursday, 10:11 AM | 1 comments

Bike Share marks first anniversary with discounts, freebies
Bay Area Bike Share is celebrating its first anniversary by extending special offers to its members this week. Wednesday, 1:50 PM | 8 comments

County expands homeless programs, including InnVision
Faced with a shortage of beds to accommodate the county's homeless population this coming winter, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved $1.2 million for various programs targeting its neediest residents, including agreements with Palo Alto's busy but cash-strapped nonprofit, InnVision Shelter Network. Wednesday, 12:08 PM | 9 comments

Thursday: Open space district study session on spending bond money
How will the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District spend money from a $300 million bond measure approved by voters in June?
Wednesday, 9:34 AM

Bridging the digital divide
Computers and mobile devices are turning into a staple school supply for kids in the Bay Area. The new requirement for all Los Altos High School students to bring a laptop or Chromebook to school every day indicates schools here in Mountain View are no exception. Tuesday, 10:55 AM | 2 comments

Four aftershocks hit Napa area Tuesday
The U.S. Geological Survey this morning reported a 3.0-magnitude aftershock about four miles southwest of Napa, the fourth this morning in the same area where a 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck on Sunday. Tuesday, 9:01 AM

Six arrested in fatal Shoreline shooting investigation
Six people were arrested after a 38-year-old man died after being shot multiple times Friday night at a Wiz Khalifa show at Shoreline Amphitheatre. Monday, 1:48 PM | 10 comments

Op-ed: Chamber offers platform for City Council race
The November election is fast approaching, and Mountain View is primed to chart a course for its future. With three City Council seats open, it is essential that Mountain View residents are informed and get involved in the electoral process and advocate for the issues most important to us. Monday, 10:47 AM | 36 comments

6.0 earthquake rattles Bay Area
A 6.0 earthquake that centered near South Napa shook Bay Area residents in their beds early Sunday morning. U.S. Geological Survey officials said the earthquake is the largest to hit the Bay Area since the Loma Prieta Earthquake almost 25 years ago. Monday, 10:23 AM | 1 comments

Napa earthquake delays Caltrain service
Caltrain service is likely to be delayed this morning while the rail system inspects the northern portion of its tracks following the 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck southern Napa County.
Sunday, 9:18 AM

Power outage hits Mountain View, again
A power outage in Mountain View this morning affected thousands of PG&E customers, turning traffic lights all along El Camino Real into four-way stops. This is the second PG&E power outage in Mountain View this week. Friday, 11:17 AM | 26 comments

School board candidate Palmer stands by careful planning

Census numbers show Mountain View's staggering job growth

MV police arrest three burglary suspects

High school district kicks off the school year

Crime brief: man causes hospital disturbance

Spike in thefts, burglaries across town

LASD board members call it quits

Contested race for elementary school district

 

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