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'Wayfinding' program to bring signs, monument, to City Hall
Visitors who have a hard time finding their way around Palo Alto City Hall will soon get plenty of help from the city, which... Last comment 13 hours ago | 43 comments

With new design, home on Eichler-style block in Palo Alto nears approval
After an outpouring of criticism from neighbors and significant design revisions, a Louis Road property owner this week received... Last comment 28 minutes ago | 40 comments

Palo Alto, fired library contractor exchange 'cover up' accusations
The court battle between the City of Palo Alto and the contractor it has accused of badly botching the long-delayed construction... Last comment 15 hours ago | 43 comments

 
 
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"WSP students create labyrinth"
In four days, high school students at the Waldorf School of the Peninsula designed and created this walkable labyrinth on their Mountain View Campus. Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Jan 27, 2014

 
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Stanford announces members of sexual-assault task force
Stanford University today named a group of almost 20 students, faculty and staff who will make up a task force charged with reviewing and issuing recommendations on the university's policies on and responses to sexual assault. Tuesday, 9:47 AM | 1 comments

Palo Alto narrows focus in quest for wider sidewalks
After seeing their prior effort to encourage wider sidewalks fizzle in June, Palo Alto officials are now narrowing their ambitions and pursuing a less dramatic change to the city's zoning rules. Tuesday, 9:43 AM | 3 comments

LinkedIn offers job-search help for the homeless
A group of 55 homeless people paid a visit to LinkedIn's Mountain View headquarters Friday where dozens of LinkedIn employees helped them with their LinkedIn profiles. Tuesday, 8:53 AM | 5 comments

Gunn teams compete in national engineering contest
Two teams from Gunn High School brainstormed on green technologies and efficient transportation to place in the top 10 in problem-solving in a nationwide student engineering competition in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, 9:37 AM | 1 comments

Palo Alto group awards 25 college scholarships
Four recent graduates of Gunn and Palo Alto high schools are among this year's recipients in a scholarship program begun by a Palo Alto couple nearly 30 years ago. Monday, 9:57 AM | 2 comments

Works from major American artists gifted to Stanford
Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center has acquired three significant gifts of American art, securing a solid place in the museum's permanent collection of major 20th century works. Monday, 9:55 AM | 6 comments

Deadly triple shooting in East Palo Alto Saturday
A man who was killed in a triple shooting in East Palo Alto has been identified as Mychael Edward Tillman, 31, of Hayward, San Mateo County Coroner Robert Foucrault said. Tillman and two women were shot on Saturday night, July 26, East Palo Alto police said. Monday, 11:50 AM

One injured in carport fire

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