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Menlo Park: New El Camino Real mixed-use project
Pinnacle Group has submitted an application to build a new mixed-use complex at 1283-1295 El Camino Real, according to the... Last comment 20 hours ago | 14 comments

Downtown Parking - Call For Ideas
What can be done to improve parking in the Menlo Park downtown area? Certainly there are ways that can make the experience... Last comment 3 minutes ago | 72 comments

Editorial: Get serious about conserving water
Town council members from both Portola Valley and Woodside at recent meetings expressed concern about the significant increase... Last comment 20 hours ago | 6 comments

Menlo Park: Specific plan initiative goes to ballot
Voters will have a chance to determine the fate of a grassroots group's proposed changes to Menlo Park's downtown/El Camino... Last comment 19 hours ago | 50 comments

 
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Gentaro King, 7, flys his kite at Bedwell-Bayfront Park. Gentaro bought his kite on vacation in China and it is made of more than 30 paper pieces. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010

 
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West Menlo: New daycare with hourly drop-offs gets a boost
County supervisors recently added momentum to plans to proceed with a daycare center in West Menlo Park, one designed for parents with busy and varied schedules. Tuesday, 5:21 PM

Police calls: Man says he was 'traveling' without a license, not driving
Crime reports from Woodside and Menlo Park Wednesday, 8:10 AM

Two show interest in running for school boards
Voters may fill three seats on each of two local school district boards, but a week into the month-long filing period for those offices, the county Elections Office hasn't exactly had to raise the flood gates. Wednesday, 8:11 AM

Menlo Park: Council approves union contract
The Menlo Park City Council voted 5-0 on July 15 to approve a new contract with Service Employees International Union, which represents approximately 134 workers. Wednesday, 8:14 AM

Menlo Park: BBC restaurant plans move ahead
Rob Fischer's plans to renovate the historic BBC in Menlo Park into a three-floor restaurant are moving along; he requested building permits, according to the city's staff. Wednesday, 8:09 AM | 2 comments

Menlo Park: Fifth person pulls papers in council race
A fifth potential contender has pulled nomination papers for November's Menlo Park City Council race -- Kristin Duriseti, who has served on the Environmental Quality Commission for the past six years.
Tuesday, 10:11 AM

Portola Valley: Interim principal appointed for Corte Madera
John Dean, the Portola Valley School District's director of learning and media, has been named interim principal at Corte Madera School. The appointment was made by the district's governing board at a special meeting July 18. Tuesday, 11:40 AM | 3 comments

Menlo Park city hall remodel still on hold
Frustrations arose at a recent Menlo Park City Council meeting over plans to renovate city hall. The council and the city's staff agree that renovating city hall -- currently stuffed to the seams with employees -- is the right course of action. The point of disagreement is over how much to spend. Tuesday, 11:15 AM

Hangin' with the goats
These goats may have sensed a friend in Bobby Targ at the Hayfields open space area at the northern edge of Portola Valley. Wednesday, 8:11 AM

The issue that just won't die: Atherton's Parker Avenue
Some residents of Parker Avenue in Atherton, a dead-end street of 21 homes on 7,800-square-foot lots, just want their street to stay the way it is. But others have been trying for years to get town regulations changed so they can further develop their property.
Tuesday, 11:16 AM

Menlo Park: Senior engineer leaves
In the latest in a steady stream of departures by Menlo Park's staff, senior civil engineer Roger Storz has announced that he has accepted a new position with the city of Campbell. Wednesday, 8:10 AM

Menlo Park: Cline, Combs pull papers for council race

Water mandates signal 'get tough' approach

Almanac publisher commended

Two incumbents file for re-election to Atherton council

Editorial: Get serious about conserving water

Woodside: Deputies use Taser on 'physically combative' Redwood City man

Author, model, and comedic talent Fran Kearton dies

Sold out ... or nearly so

Menlo Park: New El Camino Real mixed-use project

Menlo Park: Crepes Cafe closing on July 28

Police calls: Woodside construction site burglarized for $18,900 in losses

 

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