Palo Alto Weekly
March 18, 2022
Community: Three out of 5 survey respondents continue to mask up in public settings
Health: After two years, school nurses hope the worst is behind them
Business: For these small businesses, the pandemic had a silver lining
Real Estate: Tech economy, rather than virus, remains biggest uncertainty in real estate market
Education: Student and teachers are back in the classroom, but the pandemic's effects remain
Transportation: As traffic returns to Bay Area highways, congestion is still less than before the pandemic
Where do we go from here?
Work: COVID brings uneven changes to Silicon Valley workplaces
Roving auto burglars caught on cameras
Residents demand more transparency, accountability in next police chief
City leaders seek answers about new police policies
Police investigate two street robberies in 15 hours
Worried about Ukrainian co-workers, Silicon Valley tech companies mobilize to aid refugees and the war effort
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