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Kevin Forestieri

Assistant Editor, The Almanac and Mountain View Voice

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About Kevin
Kevin Forestieri is an assistant editor with the Mountain View Voice and The Almanac, joining the company in 2014 as a reporter for the Voice. Kevin has covered local and regional stories on housing, education and health care, including extensive coverage of Santa Clara County's mental health system. He participated in a fellowship with USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism.

Kevin grew up in the Bay Area, leaving for a brief stint to attend Humboldt State University. He graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication.
Stories by Kevin
Milk pail deal goes sour
It didn't last long. Following the last-minute deal announced July 1 between developer Merlone Geier and Milk Pail Market owner Steve Rasmussen to save the Milk Pail, Merlone Geier rescinded the offer two days later, putting the future of the popular European-style market in jeopardy.
[Monday, July 7, 2014]

Charter school, district draft five-year agreement
Litigation and disputes over facilities may be a thing of the past for Bullis Charter School and the Los Altos School District.
[Thursday, July 3, 2014]

NASA Ames 'Living Museum' debuts downtown
The NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field will celebrate its 75th anniversary this year with a 17-piece "living museum." In partnership with the cities of Mountain View and Sunnyvale, NASA Ames will put 17 exhibits on display throughout both cities to show off engineering and scientific endeavors from the past and present at the research center.
[Saturday, July 5, 2014]

Police seek downtown bank robbery suspect
Police are asking the public to help identify a man suspected of robbing a Bank of America branch on Castro Street Tuesday.
[Wednesday, July 2, 2014]

Fighting summer hunger
Summer may give kids a few months of reprieve from homework, math problems and essays, but for many students it means losing two daily meals.
[Monday, July 7, 2014]

Learning through gaming
Trying to get kids into math, even in the age of STEM, can be like pulling teeth. But a local group is looking to change that with a math-based video game that balances fun and learning.
[Wednesday, July 9, 2014]

City finds new police chief in-house
After weeks of searching, City Manager Dan Rich announced today that Max Bosel will take the place of Scott Vermeer as Mountain View's police chief.
[Friday, June 27, 2014]

Re-imagining hot lunch
Most people don't have fond memories of school lunches, but the Mountain View Whisman School District is taking steps to change that by revamping menus, improving the quality and bolstering student participation.
[Tuesday, July 1, 2014]

Soccer camp aimed to help at-risk youth
While the top soccer teams duke it out in Brazil for the World Cup championship, hundreds of kids at Cooper Park in Mountain View are participating in their own World Cup.
[Monday, June 30, 2014]

El Camino District hands out $6.3M in grants
The El Camino Healthcare District is planning to dish out $6.3 million to local organizations to help improve health services for people in the greater community.
[Friday, June 27, 2014]