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Three incumbents, three new faces pull papers for Mountain View City Council race
The Mountain View City Council race is beginning to heat up with three incumbents and three newcomers pulling papers for... Last comment 5 hours ago | 11 comments

With Mountain View poised to grow by 15,000 units, planning commissioners worry about parks, utilities and public services
An environmental review of Mountain View's ambitious plans to grow its housing by 15,000 units is out for public review,... Last comment 19 hours ago | 11 comments

 
 
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"NYC Marathon Here in Mtn View"
Long-time Mountain View resident and NYC Marathon runner Lynda Turkus was one of the 38,000 athletes on hand to witness Super Storm Sandy's terrible destruction earlier this month. When the race was cancelled Lynda made sure her original donations were delivered to Team for Kids. Then, on Nov 18 she brought the spirit of rebuilding through the streets of her St. Francis Acres neighborhood - and a little beyond. With the help of family and friends, Lynda ran a mapped 26.2-mile course - this time for "Race for Recovery", the marathoners' fund to help the victims of the hurricane. She finished big, just in front of her house, amidst cheering well-wishers in a time of 6 hours 22 min. For donation info go to http://www.crowdrise.com/nyrrsandyrelief Submitted by Carla Kenworthy on Nov 20, 2012

 
 
 
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Mountain View Whisman set to begin school year with mask mandate still in place
When students and teachers kick off the new school year tomorrow, Aug. 10, in the Mountain View Whisman School District, masks will remain a requirement while indoors. That's a departure from most other districts in the area. Tuesday, 1:45 PM | 6 comments

Robotics company Nuro aims to help make vehicle fatalities, emissions a thing of the past
As Nuro celebrates its sixth birthday, the company looks forward to a future where deliveries are made autonomously and without emissions. Tuesday, 12:35 PM

Man charged in 1982 cold-case murder of Palo Alto teen
The search for the killer in a nearly 40-year-old cold-case murder of a 15-year-old Palo Alto teen has led to the arrest of a 75-year-old man from Hawaii, the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office said Tuesday. Tuesday, 9:39 PM

Three incumbents, three new faces pull papers for Mountain View City Council race
The Mountain View City Council race is beginning to heat up with three incumbents and three newcomers pulling papers for the November election ahead of Friday's filing deadline. Monday, 1:26 PM | 11 comments

The call of the wild: From paralyzed seagulls to skunks caught in bear traps, Peninsula wildlife rescue workers have seen it all
Meet the people who specialize in helping Silicon Valley's orphaned and injured wild animals. Saturday, 9:01 AM

Guest Opinion: Finding a better approach to school dropoff
The safety of our streets, particularly during school dropoff and pickup times, is a tragedy of the commons. People who drive cars into a high density of walking and biking children are degrading the safety of others. Sunday, 7:16 AM | 4 comments

Condo project could test Palo Alto's appetite for housing on San Antonio
A commercial site on San Antonio Road near the Mountain View border would be transformed into a residential community with 75 condominiums under a proposal that the Palo Alto City Council is set to review on Aug. 15. Friday, 1:43 PM | 3 comments

Brand new library in Menlo Park celebrates Chinese traditions and community
Part library, part community center, the Little Bookworm Library provides a place where Chinese families can celebrate their heritage while encouraging literacy, and the broader community can learn about Chinese culture. Friday, 12:52 PM | 2 comments

For seniors, accidental falls a leading cause of injuries
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults -- even those who are fit and active. Local experts shared prevention tips to help older adults reduce their risk. Friday, 1:50 PM

With Mountain View poised to grow by 15,000 units, planning commissioners worry about parks, utilities and public services
An environmental review of Mountain View's ambitious plans to grow its housing by 15,000 units is out for public review, and planning commissioners worry it hasn't acknowledged the true impact of adding as many as 65,000 new residents. Thursday, 12:42 PM | 11 comments

Parking lot fire destroys McLaren office, Tesla batteries
A pallet of Tesla batteries, a McLaren business office and a Ford pickup truck went up in flames Sunday morning in a shared south Palo Alto parking lot. Monday, 5:34 PM

Police chase, arrest Mountain View man after alleged assault, threats
A parolee who allegedly threatened a grocery store employee and challenged police officers to a fight led authorities on a foot chase before his arrest near Palo Alto High School on Wednesday, police said. Thursday, 10:01 AM

Cost dispute casts shadow in debate over police radio encryption bill
The fate of a bill that would require police departments to remove encryption from their radio communications was uncertain Wednesday after the Assembly Appropriations Committee deferred a decision on SB 1000. Thursday, 10:19 AM | 1 comments

Coronavirus central: Roughly 80% of current COVID test results go unreported, according to preliminary data
Roughly 80% of current COVID-19 test results go unreported due to the widespread availability and use of rapid at-home tests, according to preliminary data from an ongoing study by UCSF. Thursday, July 28, 3:44 PM

In puppy-deaths case, defense seeks diversion program and no jail time

National Night Out brings public safety departments, community together

Arson suspect detained after multiple vegetation fires burn same area in Los Altos Hills

Community briefs: Wine festival needs volunteers, Mountain View history with a side of ice cream and monthly community socials

New seven-story housing complex proposed in East Whisman

Newsom declares state of emergency for monkeypox outbreak

 

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