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Menlo Park: Downtown bike route approved
The start of new bike lanes and the end of some street parking is ahead for downtown Menlo Park. A concept plan laying out... Last comment 6 hours ago | 17 comments

Monday: Greenheart's El Camino Real project goes before Planning Commission
Greenheart Land Company's 420,000-square-foot development at 1300 El Camino Real in Menlo Park will face the penultimate... Last comment 12 hours ago | 4 comments

Menlo Park: Two displaced after bacon fire causes $80K damage
A one-alarm kitchen fire Wednesday afternoon displaced two Menlo Park residents and caused $80,000 of damage to their apartment,... Last comment on Dec 9, 2016 at 5:24 pm | 19 comments

 
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M-A Bears head for state football bowl game
Jordan Mims and Aajon Johnson were at it again, running wild behind an offensive line that created opportunity after opportunity. At the end of the night, Menlo-Atherton put together a running attack that scored from just about everywhere on the field. Saturday, 5:19 PM

Menlo Park Monday: Greenheart's project goes to Planning Commission
Greenheart Land Company's 420,000-square-foot development at 1300 El Camino Real in Menlo Park will face the penultimate barrier to the project's approval on Monday, Dec. 12: review by the city's Planning Commission. Friday, 11:49 AM | 4 comments

Menlo Park: Two bus shelters coming to Belle Haven
After years of requests from residents for bus shelters in Belle Haven, the city has approved a contract with SamTrans to get two shelters built: at Marketplace Park and the Onetta Harris Community Center. Friday, 2:28 PM

Atherton to work with Caltrain to resolve noise problems
Angry and frustrated after a recent report showed Caltrain is repeatedly violating Atherton's quite zone, City Council members said they'll work with Caltrain to resolve the problem before going to federal officials to ask for enforcement. Friday, 1:49 PM

Menlo Park: Driver in dramatic police chase could face prison time
A sentence of up to two years in prison could be ahead for a 36-year-old driver who led Menlo Park police on a dramatic chase in July that involved running stop signs, colliding with another vehicle and a fire hydrant, and an injury to a police officer. Friday, 10:45 AM

Update: 21 residents displaced by East Palo Alto fire
A two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in East Palo Alto displaced 21 residents Thursday (Dec. 8) firefighters said.
Friday, 11:00 AM

Menlo Park: Downtown bike route approved
The start of new bike lanes and the end of some street parking is ahead for downtown Menlo Park. A concept plan laying out a route to safely navigate downtown Menlo Park by bike was approved 3-0 by the Menlo Park City Council on Dec. 6. Thursday, 4:11 PM | 17 comments

Atherton: New mayor shares 2017 priorities
A busy year is ahead for Atherton, new Mayor Mike Lempres said Wednesday night, with plans and funding for its civic center, improving safety on El Camino Real and hiring a new police chief among his priorities. Thursday, 2:40 PM

Menlo Park business: Pop-up shop sells handcrafted goods
A pop-up store selling handcrafted goods, mostly from Southeast Asia, will open for three days (Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 8-10) at 1148 Chestnut St. in downtown Menlo Park. Thursday, 7:01 PM | 1 comments

Atherton Now pushes to meet civic center fundraising goal
Atherton Now, the group seeking donations for a new Atherton civic center, has raised more than $550,000 toward a $1 million matching grant, with the goal of getting to a $10 million total by the end of the year, according to the latest report from the group. Thursday, 9:49 AM

Menlo Park: Two displaced after bacon fire causes $80K damage
A one-alarm kitchen fire Wednesday afternoon displaced two Menlo Park residents and caused $80,000 of damage to their apartment, fire officials said. Thursday, 9:20 AM | 19 comments

Recent home sales: Menlo Park, Portola Valley, Woodside

Voter turnout 'historic,' chief elections officer says

Almanac Holiday Fund: Raising expectations through education

County library system launches mobile Exploratorium-like initiative

Correction: No loss of potential affordable housing due to Facebook rezoning

Menlo Park may set 30-day minimum on renting out secondary dwellings

Election set for Woodside Elementary parcel tax

Menlo Park: Gas leak ignites and melts water main in Sharon Heights

Police calls: Rolex, bike and inflatable turkey stolen in Atherton

Voters will see parcel tax measure on ballot in Menlo Park City School District

Menlo Park: Laurel third-grader is state chess champ

Atherton: Study finds Caltrain violates quiet zone

On Pearl Harbor anniversary: Museum opens World War II retrospective

Bad-tasting water due to Hetch Hetchy water reductions

Menlo Park: Facebook housing displacement fund announced after months of negotiations

 

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