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Enforcement to remove RVs largely ineffective
The scores of RVs and other vehicles in which people are living along El Camino Real haven't dwindled much since late June,... Last comment 12 minutes ago | 44 comments

Delivery trucks at Edgewood create ruckus for neighbors
The beeping of trucks as they back up at 4 a.m., the clanking of metal cargo ramps on pavement, delivery trucks parking in... Last comment 1 hour ago | 17 comments

Residents reaffirm support for Caltrain trench
As Palo Alto moves ahead with its plan to reconstruct the rail corridor to separate trains from local roads, residents and... Last comment 30 minutes ago | 110 comments

Administrators who handled Paly sex-assault case ID'd
At the school board's first public meeting about a just completed law-firm investigation into the district's response to... Last comment 6 hours ago | 60 comments

 
 
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This nice man bought hot drinks for appreciative demonstrators at Friday's cold and wet gathering on El Camino at Town and Country Village. Submitted by Margaret Allen on Jan 23, 2017

 
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Enforcement to remove El Camino RVs largely ineffective
Residents living closest to RVs along El Camino Real, where police started to enforce the city's parking ordinance, say it's time for the city to come up with a compassionate plan for all concerned. Monday, 8:31 AM | 44 comments

Water main break repaired on University Avenue
Downtown Palo Alto experienced a water main break on Saturday, leaving some customers without water for several hours, according to the city Utilities Department. Monday, 8:31 AM | 1 comments

Shop Talk: More fitness; Copyamerica shutters
In this week's retail news in Palo Alto, Stanford Shopping Center is slated to get another workout option, a longtime printing shop on California Avenue shutters and a new milk-tea shop opens in Midtown. Monday, 8:37 AM | 1 comments

VIDEO: Report on response to Paly sex-assault case
Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany discuss the significance of and reaction to a report on the school district's response to a student sex-assault case in 2016. Monday, 8:31 AM

Editorial: Déjà vu for school district
Another disturbing portrait emerged this week of a school district still confused about its legal obligations in handling sexual-harassment complaints Friday, 6:53 AM | 22 comments

Around Town: shaky ground; going platinum
Read a firsthand account from a local executive in Mexico City during Tuesday's massive temblor and the city being recognized for its work in environmental conservation. Saturday, 8:34 AM | 6 comments

A legacy of 'proving it'
Jenny Dearborn, senior VP and chief learning officer at Palo Alto-based SAP, said her personal mantra has helped rise up in the corporate world. Friday, 6:54 AM | 1 comments

Admins who handled Paly sex-assault case ID'd

VIDEO: 'Your Kids and the Law'

Report: District failed to follow law, policy in sex-assault case

Niece sentenced for fleecing elderly aunt

Trucks create ruckus for neighbors

Execs to receive Athena awards

Teen organizes wellness conference

PUBLIC AGENDA: school budget update; Junior Museum and Zoo ordinance

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Truckee cafe to expand to Menlo Park
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Attraction to a Person Outside Your Relationship
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Senior Scam Stopper Seminar at EPA Senior Center 9/25/17
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