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Jordan, Palo Verde get new principals
Gunn High School's longtime assistant principal, Tom Jacoubowsky, will be moving to Jordan Middle School this fall to serve... Last comment 43 minutes ago | 10 comments

New rules approved for proposed cell towers
Much like bad cell reception, new wireless facilities have been causing plenty of static in Palo Alto neighborhoods of late.... Last comment 3 hours ago | 40 comments

City pledges funds to save Buena Vista
They haven't had much to cheer about over the past two years, but on Monday night about 300 residents of the Buena Vista... Last comment 8 hours ago | 32 comments

'Personal belief' exemption for vaccinations will end
Come July 2016, California parents will no longer be able to claim a "personal belief" exemption from requirements that all... Last comment 55 minutes ago | 56 comments

 
 
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East Palo Alto resident allegedly attempted to hire hit man
Federal authorities have arrested and charged an East Palo Alto man in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme, according to a federal affidavit filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on June 26. Thursday, 9:15 AM | 2 comments

Jordan Middle School, Palo Verde get new principals
Gunn High School's longtime assistant principal, Tom Jacoubowsky, will be moving to Jordan Middle School this fall to serve as interim principal following Principal Greg Barnes' resignation, the school district announced Wednesday. Wednesday, 3:14 PM | 10 comments

Fourth of July travel to break records in California
This Fourth of July weekend is projected to have the highest rate of travel since 2010. Thursday, 8:10 AM

Stanford Collaborative Orchestra forgoes a conductor
Inspired by New York's celebrated Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, a group of Stanford University undergraduates have formed a newly minted conductorless ensemble called the Stanford Collaborative Orchestra. Thursday, 9:16 AM | 1 comments

New rules approved for proposed cell towers
Much like bad cell reception, new wireless facilities have been causing plenty of static in Palo Alto neighborhoods of late. To cut through the noise, the City Council this week changed its rules for approving wireless equipment. Wednesday, 9:43 AM | 40 comments

Bill eliminates 'personal belief' exemption for vaccinations
Come July 2016, California parents will no longer be able to claim a "personal belief" exemption from requirements that all children in schools or daycare be immunized. Wednesday, 8:44 AM

Government closures, hours for Fourth of July weekend
Here is a list of local and regional service closures and changes for Independence Day weekend. Wednesday, 9:05 AM | 4 comments

Fourth festivities to mark Independence Day
Independence Day celebrations will take place throughout the Peninsula on Saturday, July 4. Celebrate the red, white and blue at patriotic events, including family-friendly activities in Palo Alto, parades in Menlo Park and Redwood City and a firework display in Mountain View. Friday, 9:25 AM | 4 comments

Police: Man robbed in downtown Palo Alto

High temperatures prompt call to conserve power

Expanded crime reporting requirements go into effect

PUBLIC AGENDA: Buena Vista, parking-permit program, greenhouse-gas reduction plans

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