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Candidates pledge 'positive campaign' in heated race
With election season heading into its final stretch, the four City Council candidates endorsed by the group Palo Altans for... Last comment 10 hours ago | 19 comments

Palo Alto prepares to move forward with new El Camino Park fields
Four years after Palo Alto began to consider replacing the playing fields, upgrading the lights and sprucing up the pathways... Last comment 2 hours ago | 8 comments

Editorial: Holman, Scharff, DuBois, Filseth, Wolbach for City Council
We recommend the re-election of two incumbents, Karen Holman and Greg Scharff, and three newcomers, Tom DuBois, Eric Filseth... Last comment on Oct 19, 2014 at 11:28 am | 37 comments

Editorial: Terry Godfrey, Ken Dauber for Palo Alto school board
While we value the backgrounds of all the school board candidates, in our opinion Terry Godfrey and Ken Dauber are clearly... Last comment on Oct 5, 2014 at 1:55 pm | 13 comments

 
 
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City rejects developers' proposals for new garage
New parking garages may be an urgent priority in Palo Alto, but city officials balked Monday at giving private developers a shot at building the new structures. Tuesday, 2:16 AM

Coroner releases identity of man killed on train tracks
A man who died on the train tracks in Palo Alto on Oct. 15 has been identified by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner's office. Monday, 2:17 PM | 8 comments

Another flashing incident reported in Palo Alto
With Palo Alto police on the lookout for a man involved in a string of flashing incidents earlier this month, a parent has reported that her 13-year-old daughter witnessed a similar case of indecent exposure in early August, police said. Monday, 1:25 PM | 4 comments

Teen well-being collaborative seeks new model
Palo Alto's broad-reaching mental health coalition formed five years ago in response to teen suicides, Project Safety Net, today finds itself at a crossroads after losing its second director in two years. Monday, 9:03 AM | 21 comments

Shop Talk: Bloomies goes high-tech, Common Ground closes
A brand new Bloomingdale's opens at the Stanford Shopping Center, Mac's Smoke Shop and Gryphon Stringed Instruments celebrate big birthdays, and Mandarin Gourmet and Common Ground both close. Monday, 8:53 AM | 7 comments

Candidates pledge 'positive campaign' in heated race
With election season heading into its final stretch, the four City Council candidates endorsed by the group Palo Altans for Sustainable Zoning are urging others in the race to join them in a pledge to keep campaigning positive. Monday, 9:58 AM | 19 comments

Man arrested for slashing roommate with a steak knife
A man who used a steak knife to slash his roommate during a fight in the kitchen of their Downtown North residence was arrested Thursday night, police said. Sunday, 9:36 PM | 1 comments

Palo Alto prepares for new El Camino Park fields
Four years after Palo Alto began to consider replacing the playing fields, upgrading the lights and sprucing up the pathways around El Camino Park, the city is at last preparing for the construction phase. Monday, 9:04 AM | 8 comments

School board candidates meet for last forum
The five candidates for Palo Alto Board of Education gathered Friday afternoon at senior center Avenidas for the last scheduled forum of the election season, discussing in a much more conversational setting topics from student stress to the state of the youth well-being coalition Project Safety Net. Monday, 9:04 AM | 9 comments

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