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Bay Area to receive $4.5B over five years in federal infrastructure package
The Bay Area will receive $4.5 billion over the next five years from the recently passed federal infrastructure funding package, a group of Bay Area members of Congress said Tuesday. Friday, 8:47 AM

Another COVID holiday: Is California in a better place this year?
The answer is no in many parts of California: Eighteen counties, mostly rural ones, have more hospitalized COVID-19 patients today than a year ago. But urban counties are faring better. Thursday, 9:26 AM

Woman hospitalized after she was struck by a vehicle in Mountain View
A 52-year-old woman was taken to the hospital after she was struck by a vehicle late Tuesday afternoon, according to Mountain View police. Wednesday, 11:24 AM

Community Briefs: City's tree lighting event returns, MVHS tree lot opens and booster shot eligibility expands
This week in community briefs, Mountain View's community tree lighting is set to return, Mountain View High's Spartan Tree Lot opens Friday and COVID-19 booster shot eligibility expands to the broader population. Wednesday, 1:33 PM

Bay Area district attorneys form alliance against organized retail theft
In response to recent organized theft schemes seen across the Bay Area this week, seven Bay Area district attorneys created an alliance to ensure suspects face proper accountability. Wednesday, 10:11 AM

Google's North Bayshore megaproject could take 30 years to build
Mountain View's largest development proposal to construct 7,000 new homes alongside 3 million square feet of offices is expected to take decades to complete, with some of the earliest phases slated to be done by 2030 at the soonest. Tuesday, 1:25 PM | 10 comments

Coronavirus central: Newsom encourages adults to get booster
Gov. Gavin Newsom encouraged the state's adults on Monday to get a COVID-19 booster vaccine if they are eligible now that state and federal officials have lifted most requirements for getting a booster. Tuesday, 1:29 PM

Mountain View's police advisory board recommends keeping school cops, but under tighter rules
Mountain View's Public Safety Advisory Board agreed last week that school resource officers have a place on campus, serving an important role in local schools despite concerns that uniformed cops may do more harm than good. Monday, 1:57 PM

Burlingame City Council member enters race to succeed Jackie Speier
Burlingame City Council member Emily Beach announced Monday that she will run for Congress, joining the race to fill a seat currently occupied by Rep. Jackie Speier. Tuesday, 1:37 PM | 2 comments

Graham student bicyclist involved in collision with vehicle, the latest of three incidents
A Graham Middle School student was transported to an area hospital with moderate injuries after colliding with a vehicle at the corner of Hans and Phyllis avenues last week. The school is focusing on teaching bicycle safety this fall. Monday, 1:29 PM | 5 comments

Guest opinion: Holiday Fund demonstrates the power of local giving
The past year has been a time of immense need, with the ongoing pandemic wreaking havoc on the health and well-being of our communities. But it also has been a time of immense giving. Sunday, 1:32 PM

Understanding the debate behind California's new math framework
In the push to help more students thrive in STEM, California is working to change the way its schools teach math. But the suggested new framework has sparked widespread criticism. Monday, 12:38 PM | 2 comments

A 'mythical bridge' no more: Palo Alto's new bike overpass is now open

Burglars strike Palo Alto jewelry store, take $50K in gold, silver

Pandemic-induced enrollment plunge persists for second year at local public schools

Tenants will be moving into Mountain View's new affordable housing project this week

Reports: Puppies likely died from heat stroke, asphyxia

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors president running for U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier's seat

Santa Clara County supervisors pick new boundaries for future elections

 
 

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