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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
Saying goodbye to Teacher Tim
Whether it's building ramps for toy cars, making paper airplanes or dressing up as a clown, "Teacher Tim" has been the creative and upbeat teacher preschoolers have come to love.
[Tuesday, May 6, 2014]

MV man accused of kidnapping two women
The Mountain View Police Department took a man into custody after he allegedly kidnapped two women in two separate incidents last Sunday.
[Wednesday, April 30, 2014]

El Camino Hospital to build new $50 million mental health facility
Plans are well underway to build a new, $50 million behavioral health services facility at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View.
[Friday, April 25, 2014]

A safe, car-free route to school
A typical commute to school can be a hectic scene. Parents, often on a tight schedule, swerve through traffic two minutes before class so they can double or triple-park and send their kids to school just in time to head to work.
[Friday, April 25, 2014]

High school wrestling program a no-go
A local effort to bring the wrestling program back to Mountain View High School looks to be a no-go, at least for now.
[Friday, April 25, 2014]

Spartan Robotics heads to the finals
The robotics team at Mountain View High School are headed to the championship after crushing the competition at the Silicon Valley Regional event. Spartan Robotics, or Team 971, won all 35 of their matches, and placed first overall out of 59 participating teams.
[Wednesday, April 23, 2014]

Superintendent: Reopening Whisman-Slater school 'a given'
Parents and kids alike came out in big numbers Thursday night to show support for reopening an elementary school in the Whisman and Slater neighborhoods.
[Friday, April 18, 2014]

Google grant a boon to local teachers
A Google grant that funded more than 700 Bay Area classroom projects last month is starting to pay off. Hundreds of teachers who requested everything from books to violin strings and boxing gloves on the nonprofit charity website
[Tuesday, April 22, 2014]

Garden debuts at Theuerkauf elementary
While environmental groups prepare to commemorate Earth Day next week, students in elementary schools across Mountain View are getting their hands dirty, and experiencing a little bit of Earth Day every day.
[Thursday, April 17, 2014]

Woman rifles through mailboxes, witness tells police
Police received a report that a woman was carrying a large quantity of mail, and was allegedly entering private property and looking through mailboxes along the 100 block of Mercy Street.
[Friday, April 18, 2014]