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Caltrain proposes fare increases starting in 2020
People can weigh in on potential Caltrain fare changes at a series of public meetings the agency will hold this month. Wednesday, 4:51 PM | 1 comments

Lead paint companies owe $305M under settlement reached with 10 counties, cities
Ten California cities and counties led by Santa Clara County on Wednesday announced a $305 million settlement with three paint companies to clean up lead paint hazards to children in older housing. Wednesday, 4:40 PM

El Camino Hospital nurses vote to authorize a strike
El Camino Hospital's nurses union voted Tuesday to authorize a strike after negotiations with hospital leaders on a three-year contract broke down earlier this year.
Wednesday, 4:01 PM | 5 comments

Tech festival plugs Mountain View innovation
Now in its fifth year, the annual Technology Showcase returned to Mountain View Tuesday with a panoply of gizmos and gadgetry from the city's tech firms, both big and small, new and old. Wednesday, 1:51 PM

Letters to the editor: RV dwellers, Google's $1B pledge, superintendent pay
The June 28 edition of letters to the editor includes letters on RV dwellers, Google's $1 billion pledge for housing growth, the MVWSD superindent's pay and Caltrain's proposed new bike car layout. Wednesday, 10:10 AM | 1 comments

VTA searches for new transit tech
After abandoning plans for a new light rail line on Highway 85, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is hunting for new transit ideas for the northern parts of the county.
Tuesday, 1:47 PM | 1 comments

Smooth sailing ahead for high school district budget
The Mountain View-Los Altos High School District is projecting a long and prosperous financial future, approving a rosy budget that's on track to double the reserve fund in three years while keeping up with rising costs. Tuesday, 12:33 PM

Guest opinion: The housing 'crisis'
In a guest opinion in the July 5 edition, Mountain View resident Robert Pollak calls on creative solutions to address the need for more housing in the Bay Area. Tuesday, 9:25 AM | 9 comments

Despite threats, no major weekend immigration raids reported
No raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) were reported in the Bay Area over the weekend, despite the threat of heightened enforcement aimed at deporting thousands. Monday, 1:31 PM

Hundreds attend downtown Mountain View vigil protesting border detention camps, immigration policy
Over 300 people gathered at the corner of El Camino Real and Castro Street Friday night in a vigil protesting the incarceration and detention of asylum-seekers at the United States' southern border.
Monday, 10:27 AM | 4 comments

Tech Showcase returns Tuesday

MayView clinic awarded $1.7M to help needy patients

Homelessness surges in Mountain View

Mountain View vigil Friday to protest immigration camps


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