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Parcel tax measure in Menlo Park City School District moves toward board approval
As two members of the Menlo Park City School District's governing board finished up their terms Wednesday night, Nov. 30,... Last comment 1 hour ago | 47 comments

Menlo Park fire district hires 20 firefighters this year
The Menlo Park Fire District hired 20 firefighters and firefighter paramedics this year, marking "the largest, single most... Last comment 6 hours ago | 40 comments

Menlo Park council OKs significant changes in city's general plan for development
A set of policies for what can get built in Menlo Park between now and the year 2040 was approved 4-1 late Tuesday night... Last comment on Dec 3, 2016 at 11:47 am | 27 comments

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Facebook housing displacement fund announced after months of negotiations
Facebook's public commitment to give $20 million over five years to stem the displacement of local residents around its headquarters comes after months of negotiations with a nonprofit coalition called "Envision, Transform, Build - East Palo Alto," according to a member of the coalition. Monday, 11:54 AM

Tuesday: Menlo Park meeting to plan Flood Park redesign analysis

Tuesday: Woodside Elementary district board ponders parcel tax

Emerald Hills: Firefighters injured in three-alarm house fire

Almanac Holiday Fund: New plan to serve high-school teens

Monday: Parcel tax vote for Menlo Park school board

Menlo Park resident aims to slow down the caffeine scene


The Knights make their own state volleyball history
After losing in its first five state championship match appearances, the Menlo School girls' volleyball team shook off the negative history, beating Point Loma-San Diego, 25-18, 25-13, 25-21, at Santiago Canyon College for the CIF Division IV title on Saturday.
Sunday, 6:11 PM

M-A's 30-win volleyball season comes to a close in state final

Woodside teens celebrate their cross-country championships


Rules Don't Apply
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Rules Don't Apply "Never check an interesting fact." With these words, Warren Beatty returns to the silver screen, after a 15-year absence, in his film "Rules Don't Apply." They are, we're told, the words of Howard Hughes, the mercurial movie producer and aviation ind...... Read the full review

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