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City Council approves razing Rock Street apartments
For some, it was a painful loss of affordable housing; for others, it was an example of the collateral damage caused by rent... Last comment 13 minutes ago | 74 comments

Parents urge school board to deny or delay new charter school
Anxiety and fears dominated the Mountain View Whisman School District board meeting Thursday night, as a sharply divided... Last comment on Dec 14, 2018 at 2:41 pm | 64 comments

Council agrees on new San Antonio school
Mountain View City Council members agreed early Wednesday morning on a plan to help the Los Altos School District build a... Last comment 7 hours ago | 25 comments

 
 
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MayView stabilizes after a rocky year
The start of 2018 looked pretty bleak for Mountain View's local community clinic. Saturday, 8:25 AM

Man found dead in car outside McDonald's
A man in his 20s was found dead in a vehicle parked outside a McDonald's on Friday morning, according to Mountain View police. Friday, 4:45 PM | 2 comments

Man suspected of molesting girl multiple times arrested
A Sunnyvale man suspected of repeatedly molesting and sexually assaulting a child under the age of 10 in the early 2000s has been arrested, according to a statement by the Mountain View Police Department. Friday, 12:16 PM

Express lanes will extend into North County starting next year
Plans for a broad network of toll lanes on major highways in Santa Clara County will take a big step forward next month, when construction is set to begin on so-called express lanes on Highway 101 in Mountain View and Palo Alto. Friday, 10:35 AM

Rain, wind forecast throughout Bay Area this weekend
The National Weather Service is forecasting rain and wind that will impact the Bay Area and Central Coast Friday through Monday, with a strong storm arriving on Sunday. Friday, 11:55 AM

City Council approves razing Rock Street apartments
For some, it was a painful loss of affordable housing; for others, it was an example of the collateral damage caused by rent control. Yet pretty much everyone at the Tuesday, Dec. 11, City Council meeting was disappointed by the proposed development at 2005 Rock St. Thursday, 12:14 PM | 74 comments

Council agrees on new San Antonio school
Mountain View City Council members agreed early Wednesday morning on a plan to help the Los Altos School District build a campus for San Antonio neighborhood residents. Thursday, 11:01 AM | 25 comments

Google buys SSL site for $70 million
Google has reportedly purchased a 100,693-square-foot manufacturing building at 3850 Fabian Way in Palo Alto's Adobe-Meadows neighborhood from satellite maker SSL, formerly Space Systems/Loral LLC. Thursday, 9:13 AM

Day Worker Center faces new challenge every day
To get a glimpse of tenacity in action, just take a look inside the Mountain View Day Worker Center. Wednesday, 1:30 PM | 8 comments

Google pitches sweeping plans for North Bayshore
After years of planning, Google officials unveiled their first formal proposals to transform the North Bayshore area around their corporate headquarters into a bustling new mixed-use residential neighborhood. Wednesday, 11:57 AM | 6 comments

Suit: Sutter, medical foundation made false Medicare claims
The U.S. Attorney's Office has joined a lawsuit alleging a violation of the federal False Claims Act by Sutter Health and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, which are accused of knowingly submitting wrong or inaccurate diagnosis codes for some Medicare payments, the U.S. Justice Department announced on Tuesday. Wednesday, 9:45 AM | 8 comments

Editorial: Donate to the Voice Holiday Fund
The holidays are a special time of year for many, marked by cherished family traditions and time spent with loved ones. It's also a time of year when people often volunteer with local nonprofits or donate to people in need. In that vein, we ask that you consider giving to the Voice's Holiday Fund this year. Wednesday, 9:29 AM | 1 comments

Waymo to hold public meeting on driverless cars
Waymo officials are hosting a community forum in Mountain View on Thursday, Dec. 13, to gather public input on plans to test fully driverless vehicles on city streets.
Tuesday, 12:29 PM | 18 comments

City grapples with turnover of top staffers
A changing of the guard is playing out at City Hall as several of Mountain View's top government employees have left their positions in recent months. The turnover is the latest example of a mounting staffing challenge for regional government agencies as longtime public servants from the baby-boom generation reach retirement age.
Monday, 11:12 AM | 2 comments

Crittenden faces spate of bike thefts
Several bikes were stolen from the Crittenden Middle School campus last month, despite multiple safeguards to avoid further thefts from the campus during school hours, according to school officials. Monday, 10:53 AM | 5 comments

A holly jolly greeting
Vyas Chandramouli shakes hands with Santa at Mountain View's annual Community Tree Lighting Celebration on Dec. 3. Monday, 12:11 PM | 1 comments

Parents urge school board to deny or delay new charter school
Anxiety and fears dominated the Mountain View Whisman School District board meeting Thursday night, as a sharply divided crowd of parents, students and community members gave an impassioned pitch for and against the creation of a new charter school in the district. Monday, 10:53 AM | 64 comments

New LinkedIn headquarters approved by city
Last week, LinkedIn presented plans to build a showpiece headquarters in the city's East Whisman neighborhood. The proposed 1.1 million-square-foot office park was speedily approved by the City Council in a unanimous vote at the Nov. 27 meeting. Friday, 11:21 AM | 13 comments

Study approved to fix Rengstorff train crossing
Widely regarded as one of Mountain View's most hazardous traffic spots, the Caltrain crossing at Rengstorff Avenue is inching a little closer to getting a major fix. Thursday, 3:42 PM | 12 comments

At long last, a winner in City Council race
In the final vote results announced Wednesday night, Alison Hicks won the undecided City Council seat with a narrow but significant lead over incumbent Pat Showalter. Thursday, 1:47 PM | 10 comments

Two fatalities, but fewer bike crashes in latest traffic update

Letters to the editor: Dec. 7, 2018

Internet outage stretches into Day 2

Crime brief: bicyclist hurt in hit-and-run

Raising the curtain on 'The Nutcracker'

Plan to delay minimum-wage hike defeated

 

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