Wow, near head on accident on Sand Hill!
Today around 4pm I was driving west on Sand Hill following a white thunderbird with a "Veterans for Bush" sign in the rear window as we approached Whiskey Gulch Road. I could...
Woodside Vaulters Win Big at Nationals
A look at the smiles on their faces says it all, although it was perhaps a different message for each. For some, it was a moment that marked the culmination of years of hard ...
Tunitas Creek And Highway 35
Does anyone know why Tunitas Creek Road was blocked by a CHP criuser around 5 pm on Saturday August 25? There was a NBC news crew there but, nothing showed up on their web sit...
Woodside council: Election or no election?
The Woodside Town Council is holding a special meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 22, to decide whether to hold an election this November or simply appoint the four unopposed candidat...
SEE AUDIO SLIDE SHOW: A 7,200 mile odyssey
After surviving the frequent tipping-over of her 23-by-6-foot boat, the breaking of all four oars, and the complete breakdown of a navigation system, satellite phone, stove, ...
Winemaker Tom Mudd dies at 65
A celebration of the life of Cinnabar Winery founder and longtime Woodside resident Henry Thomas "Tom" Mudd is set for 5 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at Jasper Ridge Biological Pre...
Draft Fest celebrates really big horses
J & K Farms is sponsoring the 2nd annual Draft Fest, a family friendly event with demonstrations, performances and "Saturday Night Shindig" with live music on Saturday, July 2...
On the trail of fitness
Drive down most local roadways on the Peninsula and you can't help but notice the fitness buffs in their running shoes pounding the asphalt or sidewalks, eyes straight ahead, ...
Sudden Oak Death community meeting
From Kate Palmieri, UC Berkley spokeswoman:
A Sudden Oak Death (SOD) community meeting will be held at Woodside Town Hall on August 2, 2007, from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m..
H. Myrl Stearns
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Kepler's selects best picks for book clubs
Staff from Kepler´s, the oldest independent bookstore on the Peninsula will recommend their top book picks for book clubs in a fun, fast-paced program Wednesday, June 6th at ...
Bike to Work ... and Preschool Day
Aaron Lipp gets a little help from his dad Joshua at Woodside's Bike to Work "energizer station" this morning. Aaron fueled up while on his way to preschool, says Susan Dohert...
Old Woodside Store Day on Sunday
History buffs of all ages can time-travel back to the 1880s on Sunday, May 6, from noon to 4 p.m. at the annual Old Woodside Store Day, at 3300 Tripp Road in Woodside.
Favorite memories of May Day
The annual May Day parade is almost here, and it got me thinking about what I like best about the event.
There are a lot of great things about it, but I think I like the se...
Green Gables Trail Boasts a Good Foundation
For years equestrians have struggled with a difficult, but important, trails system link along Woodside’s Manuella Avenue. Happily, through the joint efforts of the Town of...
Not in Vein
On Tuesday night, April 10, the Mounted Patrol held another of their semiannual “Blood Nights” at the Patrol’s clubhouse in Woodside.
At this event members and guests, ...
Village Church to install new pastor on Sunday
After two years without a permanent leader, the Woodside Village Church is installing its new full-time pastor, Mike Harvey, in a ceremony at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 25. A rec...
Woodside man guards trails from the saddle
Woodside resident Rob Krensky, a member of the county parks' Volunteer Horse Patrol, was just featured in a newspaper story: http://www.insidebayarea.com/sanmateocountytimes/l...
Mr. Roadshow on passing bicyclists safely
The debate over sharing the road has reached the Mercury News' Mr. Roadshow column, with a letter about passing a group of bike riders on Canada Road in Woodside. It ran in th...