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Droughts and water shortages unlikely to affect Mountain View's rapid housing and job growth
Water agencies and cities across the Bay Area are preparing for another significant drought, bringing back mandatory water... Last comment on Jun 9, 2021 at 8:48 pm | 7 comments

 
 
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"Red Star:Earthquakes clinic"
Earthquakes goalie Jon Busch and defender Brandon McDonald sign autographs after the Red Star soccer clinic. Submitted by C. Machatzke on Jun 1, 2011

 
 
 
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Mountain View looks to congestion pricing to get tech workers out of cars
Plans to massively increase the number of jobs and housing units in Mountain View's North Bayshore tech park are contingent on a car-light future. But so far, too few workers have been willing to ditch driving. Friday, 12:35 PM | 11 comments

Former Cardinal Press makes U.S. women's soccer history
Former Stanford All-American Christen Press became the 14th player in U.S. women's national soccer team history to record 100 points Thursday, assisting on the goal of a 1-0 win over Portugal. Saturday, 8:37 AM

Mountain View family hosts lemonade stand to fight childhood cancer
Life got turned upside down for Mountain View resident Katy Crain in 2019 when her daughter Hadley was diagnosed with leukemia. Now she's looking to raise funds to fight childhood cancer. Friday, 1:34 PM

California's big reopening: What changes — and what doesn't — on June 15?
Gov. Gavin Newsom promised business as usual, but there could be exceptions to everyday life returning to normal. Here are questions and answers to clear up confusion. Thursday, 5:40 PM

Freeway closure back on again to install new bridge over U.S. Highway 101
The new bridge over U.S. Highway 101 in Palo Alto is scheduled to go up this weekend, which will require a segment of the freeway to gradually close down from Saturday night through Sunday morning. Friday, 12:21 PM

VTA investigation of gunman's personnel history reveals no indication of violent behavior
VTA staff and local leaders are investigating Sam Cassidy's personnel history as a VTA employee after the May 26 mass shooting in which he killed nine of his co-workers before turning the gun on himself. Friday, 9:54 AM

In-person Alta Vista High School graduation ceremony celebrates students' triumphs
To celebrate the achievements of the graduating class of 2021 at Alta Vista High School, a fully in-person event was held the sunny afternoon of Tuesday, June 8. Thursday, 1:56 PM

Menlo boys can look ahead to a brighter basketball future
Chris Cook and Hunter Riley had already graduated when they took to the court on Thursday for Menlo School boys basketball, which finished its season losing to The King's Academy. Friday, 12:16 PM

Coronavirus central: Track the latest vaccination and case counts
View maps and charts showing updates on vaccinations, cases, deaths and hospitalizations in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Thursday, 1:47 PM

State to officially align with CDC masking guidance as part of June 15 reopening
One of the California's top public health officials confirmed Wednesday that the state will align with federal face masking guidance when the state's tiered reopening system is lifted next week. Thursday, 8:16 AM

Six rescued, two arrested in human trafficking investigation that included Palo Alto brothel
A Milpitas couple was arrested on suspicion of pimping and pandering in connection with brothels in Milpitas, Palo Alto and San Jose, police said Wednesday. Friday, 12:33 PM

Pinewood girls topple SI, set to play Mitty for CCS Open title

After unconventional year, Los Altos High School seniors sign off in unconventional graduation

Fearing a wave of displacement, Mountain View seeks to extend local eviction moratorium

Body found outside Mountain View's ICON movie theater

Pinewood, Priory girls set for Open Division semifinals

Mountain View High School graduates recognize class of 2021's 'grit'

Droughts and water shortages unlikely to affect Mountain View's rapid housing and job growth

State health department: Scammers targeting California's vaccine incentive programs

VTA to start new shuttle, change schedules on dozens of transit routes

To help Mountain View residents hit hardest by the pandemic, City Council is banking on $1M grant to new grassroots group

When is the Newsom recall election? Maybe sooner than you think

Guest opinion: Here's the key to ending the pandemic

Four things to know about the California budget deal

Wind advisory issued for Bay Area Monday, cooler weather expected through Wednesday

New plan would reopen University Avenue to traffic in July

Caltrain electrification delayed to 2024 due to pandemic, other complications

Update: Transport issues force cancellation of U.S. Highway 101 bridge work this weekend

Senior Center hosts blood drive Saturday

 

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