Palo Alto Weekly
April 15, 2022
Dr. Sara Cody reflects on her front-and-center role during the pandemic
Dr. Yvonne Maldonado has been on the frontline of global health challenges. Nothing prepared her for COVID-19.
Through nonprofit, Roger Smith helps victims navigate the court process, provides emotional support
Pastor Paul Bains brings jobs, housing to low-income residents through nonprofit
Homewood Suites opens its doors to nonprofits, people in need
Former HP attorney Hal Mickelson helps lay the foundation for a new history museum
After 91 seasons, Palo Alto Players still packs a full house
Peninsula Open Space Trust keeps 80,000+ acres of local landscape green
Premier Properties helps its tenants avert evictions, survive the pandemic
Cammie Vail plants seeds of growth for local nonprofits
Report to California Legislature: Prepare for sweeping effects of climate change
A recipe for fighting food insecurity
Palo Alto's downtown plan would focus on housing
City banks on new tech to meet climate goals
In 'State of the City' speech, Burt details Palo Alto's emergence from pandemic
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