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Still stuck at home: Local schools can't accommodate every child who wants to be back in class full time
Nine-year-old Steven Brody desperately wants to be back in his Bubb Elementary classroom four days a week, just like his... Last comment 5 hours ago | 15 comments

 
 
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Santa Clara County supervisors consider mandatory mental health treatment for those with severe illness
Santa Clara County supervisors will decide whether to use court-ordered treatment to help those suffering from severe mental illness, opening the door for coerced care for those who refuse help. Monday, 1:43 PM

VTA reform bill punted to next year
A legislative proposal to reform the governance structure at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will not advance this year after its author, Assembly member Marc Berman, opted to defer his bill to 2022. Monday, 9:55 AM

Three things to know about Gavin Newsom's spending spree
Gov. Newsom is proposing to spend California's $100 billion windfall on schools, small businesses, homelessness and more, while campaigning against the recall at the same time. Sunday, 8:47 AM | 5 comments

Still stuck at home: Local schools can't accommodate every child who wants to be back in class full time
Nine-year-old Steven Brody desperately wants to be back in his Bubb Elementary classroom four days a week, just like his sister. He is one of the unlucky students relegated to coming in twice a week, stuck at home, angry and left out. Friday, 1:23 PM | 15 comments

St. Francis student makes list of U.S. Presidential Scholars
Nine California high school seniors have been named U.S. Presidential Scholars, including three from San Jose and one from a Mountain View private school. Saturday, 8:58 AM | 1 comments

Man takes guilty plea after attacking transient in downtown Mountain View
A 46-year-old man pleaded no contest to assault and theft charges after he attacked a man in downtown Mountain View in February, reportedly pinning him to the ground and strangling him during an argument. Friday, 12:55 PM | 1 comments

Coronavirus central: State's mask mandate to continue until June 15 reopening despite CDC guidance
California will wait until next month to implement recent masking guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for fully vaccinated people, state officials said Monday. Monday, 5:52 PM

Downtown Mountain View restaurant faced multiple closures after health inspectors found rats and cockroaches in the kitchen
Biryaniz, an Indian restaurant in downtown Mountain View, has been temporarily shut down three times in the last three years due to pests found in the kitchen and its ingredients, according to county health inspections. Thursday, 12:55 PM | 5 comments

Fuel spill into Matadero Creek prompts concerns about environmental damage
Palo Alto residents and environmental advocates warned Monday that last week's fuel spill into Matadero Creek may hurt local wildlife and pushed the city to remain involved in the cleanup effort. Friday, 12:51 PM

Man faces attempted murder in connection to stabbing at Mountain View's Sports Page
A Pleasanton man was arraigned Wednesday on one count of attempted murder after he allegedly stabbed a bar patron at the Sports Page Bar and Grill, attacking the victim with a knife after what was described as a verbal confrontation. Wednesday, 4:10 PM

Mountain View considers more enforcement and paid parking to solve downtown parking woes
COVID-19 may have taken the edge off of parking problems in downtown Mountain View, but city officials say it's a timeless struggle that must be addressed, even if it means rolling out metered parking spots and more tickets. Wednesday, 1:03 PM | 8 comments

COVID-19 transformed the world of outdoor education. Here's what local leaders say has changed.

Santa Clara Valley Water District board approves 9.1% rate increase

Foothill-De Anza refinances bonds, saving taxpayers $26.6M

Caltrain seeks public input on proposed fare changes

Three-part series on Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences kicks off May 13

Pinewood girls take care of business in WBAL basketball

Man arrested following early morning stabbing at Mountain View's Sports Page Bar

El Camino Health reports record $175 million from investment income, plus $47 million budget surplus

Guest opinion: Protect families from homelessness. Extend the eviction moratorium.

Santa Clara County further expands vaccination hours

 

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