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"Fall color on Gretel Lane"
Several decades ago, someone decided to plant all of these trees on one street. On this day, with the afternoon sun's help, they gave us one beautiful fall color, not only in the trees, but through the snow-like leaves dusting over lawns and sidewalks, and into the street. Submitted by Jay Gonzales on Dec 5, 2011


Mountain View pitches in $3M for regional recycled water facility
In a bid to rapidly expand recycled water use in the northern parts of the city, Mountain View City Council members voted unanimously Monday night to join a regional partnership to construct a $20 million water purification facility. Tuesday, 5:30 PM

Mountain View Planned Parenthood clinic opening delayed, diverting patients out of town
Despite hopes for a clean transition for patients, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte announced that its new location in Mountain View won't be opening until the first week of December.
Tuesday, 12:06 PM

Update: Santa Clara, San Mateo counties dropped from PG&E's Bay Area power shutoff area
PG&E on Tuesday afternoon removed Santa Clara and San Mateo counties from the list of Bay Area counties where residents may be without power in a Public Safety Power Shutoff that may start Wednesday morning.
Tuesday, 3:21 PM

State report finds schools skimping on homeless reporting
A new report by the State Auditor's office found that schools across the state are taking inadequate steps to identify and assist homeless students. Tuesday, 8:58 AM

New Stanford Hospital, ER officially open to patients
About 200 patients made a grand entrance across a skybridge into the new Stanford Hospital at 500 Pasteur Drive on Sunday, marking the official opening of the 824,000-square-foot facility. Monday, 2:34 PM | 2 comments

Crime brief: Man says thief nabbed his laptop while at coffee shop in Mountain View Target
A man working at a coffee shop inside a Target in Mountain View told police that a thief grabbed his laptop and fled, making a getaway in a vehicle. Monday, 12:14 PM | 5 comments

Council brief: City seeks to revamp its residential zoning standards
Mountain View is looking to revamp its residential zoning standards on more than 900 acres of city land, aimed at encouraging a diverse range of ownership and rental housing rather than single-family homes or massive complexes. Sunday, 8:18 AM | 4 comments

A noteworthy passion
Last month, employees from some of the largest local tech companies gathered at the Fox Theatre in Redwood City. But they weren't there to hear a keynote speech for the unveiling of a new AI product. They were there to sing a cappella. Saturday, 7:54 AM | 7 comments

Council approves natural gas ban, electric car requirements
Despite some last-minute reservations, the Mountain View City Council on Tuesday unanimously gave final approval to a broad set of new building codes that ban the use of natural gas in all types of new home construction. Friday, 12:13 PM | 12 comments

VP Mike Pence tours NASA Ames, talks space exploration and mass shootings

Burglary suspects try to evade arrest, crash car outside Mountain View police department

Police chief picked as Mountain View's interim city manager

Affordable health insurance sessions set for this Saturday


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