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Inside those new houses
The owners of four South Bay residences are opening up their homes on Saturday, Oct. 10, for the 2015 Silicon Valley Home Tours. The inaugural event is hosted by the Santa Clara Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects and will feature homes in Palo Alto and Los Altos. Friday, 12:52 PM | 1 comments

A Fresh Look: Spruce up your backyard for a fall barbecue
Sweep off the patio, hang up the hammock and start flipping burgers — there's still time left to barbecue. Holding an outdoor party is a good excuse to spruce up your backyard. While you're at it, why not decorate it as well? Friday, 12:54 PM

Home Front: Neighborhoods, dead lawns, cheese and a waterwise class
This week includes a walking tour of the Professorville neighborhood on Oct. 3, assistance in transforming a dead lawn into a low-water garden on Oct. 3, a cheesemaking course on Oct. 4 and a water-saving class on Oct. 10. Friday, 12:54 PM

Sales at a glance: Palo Alto has most expensive sale
While Palo Alto only saw seven sales this week, the highest sale price came from it: $9,250,000. Mountain View had the most sales at 12, and Woodside came in second for most expensive home sale. Read the rest of the real estate numbers below to see how other Palo Alto-area locations compared. Friday, 12:54 PM

Recent home sales: Stately addresses on local avenues
Two homes find themselves on avenues with stately names: California and Michigan. While one is a sunny, familiar state, the other one would require a 30-plus drive to visit. Learn about these home sales and others in this week's list of recent home sales. Friday, 12:55 PM

Building permits in Palo Alto: Six figures worth of remodels
In this crop of building permits, more than $410,000 went toward remodels, from kitchens to bathrooms. This figure does not include remodels that happened as part of larger projects, such as a new edition to a home. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood. Friday, 12:55 PM

Residents serve neighborhoods, city through CERT
David Rost started unit four by asking the class the four colors of triage. The room suddenly filled with a flurry of answers — red, black, green, yellow — each one meaning a different level of trauma to the students in September's Community Emergency Response Team program. Thursday, 9:05 PM

Local student Saini promotes National Preparedness Month
September is National Preparedness Month, and Divakar Saini, a Gunn High School junior, is spreading the word. Earthquake drills at school sparked his original interest in emergency preparedness, and now he has been active in the topic for two years. Thursday, 9:06 PM | 2 comments

Share your water-saving tips
By sharing tips, residents can learn more, creative ways to save water. Email your ideas to, and watch in this section for a water-saving tip of the week. Friday, 5:37 PM