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After battle over school fences, Mountain View Whisman seeks $9M redesign of Monta Loma's park
The Mountain View Whisman School District is looking to completely revamp Monta Loma Park following a controversial decision... Last comment 5 hours ago | 18 comments

 
 
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Downtown Mountain View's Castro Street to remain closed to traffic through the end of 2021
Mountain View's bustling downtown has been car-free for one year now, cut off from vehicle traffic in order to make room for restaurants and other businesses to operate outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuesday, 12:16 PM | 3 comments

County, open space district seek to protect ridge from mining
Seeking to preserve a 50-year-old ridgetop easement in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Clara County and the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District on Thursday proposed to join forces against a plan from the Lehigh Cement Company. Tuesday, 11:43 AM | 1 comments

Will California's eviction moratorium be extended beyond June 30?
The state's eviction freeze will likely be extended past June 30, and lawmakers could finish haggling over details this week. The big issues include how long the extension will last. Tuesday, 1:24 PM

County rescinds May 18 COVID-19 workplace order as vaccination rate hits 80%
Santa Clara County leaders announced that they are rescinding a May 18 order that regulated COVID-19 vaccination data and other requirements for businesses and offices. Monday, 5:30 PM

Huff no more: Mountain View Whisman board renames school after Amy Imai
The Mountain View Whisman School District is dropping Huff Elementary School's problematic namesake after the board voted last week to rename the school after Amy Imai, a Japanese American woman with strong ties to Mountain View. Monday, 1:40 PM | 5 comments

U.S. women win FINA World league Super Final gold
Former Stanford All-American and Olympic gold medalist Maggie Steffens scored four goals and the U.S. national women's water polo team beat Hungary 13-8 to earn a gold medal at the FINA World League Super Final championship match. Tuesday, 1:10 PM

Enjoying Foothills Park after dark: Reporter and her dog camped out and had Palo Alto's formerly exclusive open space all to themselves
Looking for a local adventure doable on a weeknight? Outdoors reporter Kate Bradshaw took her dog camping at Palo Alto's Foothills Park and ended up having the entire park to herself. Here's what you need to know about camping there. Monday, 10:00 AM | 2 comments

From farms to families: How a federal program to help farmers during the pandemic is changing the local food landscape
Every Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 p.m., the parking lot of St. Andrew's United Methodist Church on Alma Street in Palo Alto becomes a drive-thru food aid hub where drivers are asked just one question: How many boxes? Sunday, 11:44 AM

Coronavirus central: State launches digital COVID-19 vaccination records
Vaccinated state residents can now access their vaccine record digitally through a tool introduced Friday by California's Department of Public Health and Department of Technology. Monday, 10:44 AM

Spanish-language civic leadership academy returns to Mountain View
Registration is open for Spanish-speaking residents of Mountain View for the city's eight-week Civic Leadership Academy, which begins in September and will meet partly online. Sunday, 12:24 PM

After battle over school fences, Mountain View Whisman seeks $9M redesign of Monta Loma's park
The Mountain View Whisman School District is looking to completely revamp Monta Loma Park following a controversial decision to fence off public access during school hours, which prompted significant backlash from nearby residents. Friday, 1:59 PM | 18 comments

Toll collection for Highway 101 express lanes in San Mateo County to start at year's end

New Cal/OSHA rules allow fully vaccinated workers to forego masks

Man who allegedly profited off sex trafficking over 100 women faces 10 felonies

Spare the Air alert issued for Friday, Saturday as heat wave lingers

Local communities plan to celebrate Juneteenth with sunshine, learning and great food. Here's what's planned.

Mountain View Chamber of Commerce awards 'local heroes' during the pandemic

State introduces expenses-paid vacation packages as latest COVID-19 vaccine incentive

New cancer-fighting tech at El Camino is leaving patients with fewer side effects

 

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