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Photo shows from L to R Rod and Roxanne Norville, Mary Ann Norfleet and Stewart Trebbe. We are taking a break from our golf tournament to read about our friend, Iris Harrell, in the Mountain View Voice. Date. May 24, 2013. Submitted by Roxanne Norville & Mary Ann Norfleet on Jun 14, 2013

 
 
 
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National Weather Service warns of more fire danger this week
The National Weather Service is warning of another weather pattern that will lead to an increased risk of wildfires in the Bay Area this week. Sunday, 3:21 PM

Peninsula cities, companies explore partnership to tackle traffic congestion
Traffic may be a regional problem, but just about every city in the Peninsula has its own local gripes -- and proposed fixes -- for easing congestion on neighborhood streets and prominent commute arteries. Sunday, 9:09 AM

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, known for his 'visionary' business approach, dies at 62
Silicon Valley tech executive Mark Hurd, who served as CEO for Oracle and Hewlett-Packard, died Friday at the age of 62, according to a statement from co-founder Larry Ellison posted on Hurd's website. Saturday, 1:06 PM

Bullis Charter drops enrollment preference while blasting Los Altos district for divisiveness
Bullis Charter School will not give priority enrollment to students residing in wealthier areas, marking the latest development in a heated debate over the charter school's enrollment practices and recruiting efforts. Saturday, 7:31 AM | 8 comments

A scientific star, SOFIA research jet visits NASA Ames
The SOFIA air observatory is making a rare visit to Moffett Field to mark the 80th anniversary of the NASA Ames Research Center. The research jet is open for public tours on Saturday, Oct. 19. Friday, 4:46 PM | 1 comments

Mountain View City Council: Matichak, Siegel declare plans to run in 2020
It's more than a year out, but Mountain View's 2020 election for City Council is already beginning to take shape.
Friday, 1:34 PM | 56 comments

Council subcommittee punts on how high to raise Mountain View's rent control limit
As a City Council subcommittee prepares a package of changes to the city's rent control law to go before voters, its members are still avoiding the big question: How much will rents be allowed to go up? Friday, 9:55 AM | 7 comments

Kalra joins county workers' picket lines on ninth day of strikes
Santa Clara County workers striking for the ninth day Thursday were joined on the picket lines by Assemblyman Ash Kalra, D-San Jose. Friday, 9:53 AM

Silicon Valley Community Foundation hires new leadership team
The Mountain View-based Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF) announced the hiring of several new executives, part of restructuring after former CEO Emmett Carson and other top staff departed amid toxic workplace complaints. Thursday, 1:31 PM

Mountain View City Council campaign sign vandal sentenced
Mountain View community activist Job Lopez has reportedly completed his punishment for defacing campaign signs during the run-up to the 2018 City Council election. Thursday, 1:29 PM | 22 comments

Facebook donates $25 million for local teacher housing project
A plan to build housing in Palo Alto for regional teachers and school staff has received a major boost: a $25 million donation from social media giant Facebook. Thursday, 10:34 AM | 3 comments

Mountain View Whisman seeks bond measure in 2020
Mountain View Whisman school board members agreed last week to pursue a bond measure in 2020, citing polling data that shows district voters would be willing to back a measure that supports teachers and builds more classrooms space. Thursday, 9:40 AM | 11 comments

Menlo Park woman sentenced to three weeks in prison for role in college admissions scam

A 'chronic public health issue': Stanford officials troubled by sexual assault data

Santa Clara County employees back on the picket line

Huge cedar outside City Hall will be cut down

 

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