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Pumpkins basking outside Lakeside Cafe at Shoreline. Fortunate that they did not suffer the fate of their brethren on Halloween! Submitted by G-man on Nov 9, 2013


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 | 1 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

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

Santa Clara County opens inclement weather shelters for weekend storm
Santa Clara County inclement weather shelters will be open Friday through Sunday morning due to continuing rain and cold temperatures.
Friday, 3:36 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
For several decades, the Community Services Agency (CSA) of Mountain View and Los Altos has been trying to solve a problem that's impossible to ignore. Friday, 10:14 AM

Spell of wet, windy weather arriving in the Bay Area on Friday
More wet and windy weather is on its way to the Bay Area starting Friday and continuing into the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Friday, 9:57 AM

Mountain View council scrambles to save older apartments
The city's good intentions to save a few dozen cheap apartments from demolition nearly ended up backfiring when plans for more than 200 new homes were thrown into limbo. Thursday, 1:45 PM | 9 comments

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, the latest in a spree of high-density projects at the San Antonio shopping center. Thursday, 11:47 AM | 17 comments

Suspects sought in brazen Los Altos jewelry store heist
Los Altos police are seeking the public's help in finding suspects who smashed through the front of a downtown store with a stolen vehicle and grabbed several pieces of jewelry before fleeing in a different get-away vehicle. Thursday, 10:42 AM

Stanford law professor testifies to Trump's 'abuse of power' in House Judiciary Committee
Stanford Law School professor Pamela Karlan was one of three legal scholars who told the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that President Donald Trump has committed impeachable offenses. Thursday, 10:39 AM | 9 comments

Google co-founders Brin, Page step down from Alphabet roles

Rainy weather expected to continue through the week

Letters to the editor: School security, caregivers

Stanford announces policy changes in response to Operation Varsity Blues

Alleged serial killer pleads not guilty in 1973 murder case

County to add services for survivors of sexual violence at Stanford Hospital


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