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Mountain View City Council greenlights seven-story San Antonio office project
Mountain View City Council members gave tentative approval to an office project Tuesday night that would add to the latest... Last comment 12 hours ago | 18 comments

 
 
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"Suburban squash"
From my suburban micro-farm: Beautiful "Stella Blue Hokkaido" squash grown in my front yard (Varsity Park neighborhood). Submitted by Patricia Larenas on Nov 27, 2010

 
 
 
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Police seeking driver who crashed BMW on Highway 101 in Mountain View
A suspect is still at large after fleeing from police in Mountain View and then crashing a vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 early Tuesday morning, a police spokeswoman said.
Tuesday, 1:58 PM | 1 comments

New tree, same spirit at Mountain View's holiday celebration
A cheerful crowd assembled at the Mountain View Community Tree Lighting Celebration Monday night. The old cedar tree that was the event's centerpiece was removed last month, but its young replacement was still resplendent with lights. Tuesday, 12:54 PM | 4 comments

Crime brief: Police seeking suspects in REI jacket theft
Mountain View police are looking for a man and a woman who allegedly stole jackets from an REI Tuesday morning. Tuesday, 1:04 PM

Sinjin Jones to become Pear Theatre's new artistic director
Theater artist and teacher Sinjin Jones has been selected as the next artistic director for Mountain View's intimate Pear Theatre, the company announced Monday in a press release. Tuesday, 8:58 AM

Despite demand, rising costs force cutbacks to Meals on Wheels
Nationally, Meals on Wheels deliveries have declined by 21 million since 2005. Santa Clara County is able to provide Meals on Wheels to all eligible applicants, but San Mateo County has a growing waitlist. Monday, 9:36 AM

Is California saving higher education?
California is taking on seemingly intractable problems that are plaguing higher education nationwide. These include high dropout rates and financial aid that doesn't cover living expenses. Sunday, 8:13 AM | 3 comments

Pop-up artisan market returns to downtown Mountain View
Downtown shoppers looking for a personal touch during the gift-giving season are in luck. Mountain View's pop-up artisan market is returning for its third year, bringing with it an eclectic mix of locally handcrafted goods. Saturday, 10:33 AM | 1 comments

MayView clinics to merge with Ravenswood, ending 47 years of operation
The MayView network of North County clinics serving low-income families will be under new management next year, owned and operated by the nonprofit Ravenswood Family Health Center, it was announced Friday.
Friday, 6:15 PM

Dozens of landlords have unpaid rent control fees
About 1 out of every 20 apartments in Mountain View is delinquent in paying its required fees under the city's rent control law. The city's Rental Housing Committee has been reluctant to boost enforcement efforts. Friday, 1:40 PM | 14 comments

Deepening housing crisis leaves CSA busier than ever

Santa Clara County opens inclement weather shelters for weekend storm

Spell of wet, windy weather arriving in the Bay Area on Friday

Mountain View council scrambles to save older apartments

 

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