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44 min ago | InMenlo.com
We received this email from InMenlo reader Kristy Holch, who is a member of First Church Christ, Scientis t on Ravenswood and Middlefield in Menlo Park: "I thought it might be interesting news how local churches are supporting the situation surrounding Merrill Newman, the Palo Alto man being held in North Korea.
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1 hr ago | Almanac
Love to sing? Looking for a new interest? Consider joining the Peninsula Clef Hangers, a women's chorus of 25 to 30 volunteers who perform winter and spring concerts for senior citizens in day care centers, retirement homes and health care facilities.
5 hrs ago | Almanac
The problem-plagued project to construct, then reconstruct, Hillview Middle School's playing field may finally be finished, but the headache continues for the Menlo Park City School District, which is named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed Nov. 20 by a subcontracting firm that hasn't been fully paid for work performed.
10 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
High-speed rail watchdogs in Menlo Park were thrilled when a California judge ruled that the funding plan for the $68 billion high-speed rail system must be rescinded and refused to endorse the selling of bonds for the project.
This information is from San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and the Menlo Park Police Department.
Menlo Park is deep into a housing plan update for the second time in as many years, this time to develop a framework for housing for 2014 through 2022 in compliance with state law.
By the time he landed at Menlo College , first as Provost and now as President, Jim Kelly, who'd served at a number of large, regional Cal State campuses, was "ready to get back to basics."
Trips by Menlo Park city staff to Half Moon Bay and Napa during the past two months came as a surprise to at least one council member, and have raised questions about where the money - and how much - should be spent.
Approximately 34 city of Menlo Park supervisors and managers would see raises of 4.5 percent and a bump in health benefits under the terms of a proposed contract.
We're guessing we're not the only one who has wondered how painted windows at stores get painted.
Eighteen vendors will offer their wares at Sacred Heart Preparatory's annual holiday boutique to be held Wednesday, December 4th, through Friday, December 6th in the main building of the Atherton school at 150 Valparaiso Ave. Alison Johnston, left and Karin Riley, right of Menlo Park at co-chairs of the event.
Here are this month's photos by RailPAC photographers. Click on each photo to see it full size! Contributions to this page are welcome.
Western Division, 4 p.m. Nov. 16 While conducting high visibility patrols in Cadillac Drive and Eden Avenue area, police conducted probation searches and issued three criminal citations.
On October 15th, the Menlo Park Police Department received a year-long grant to help enforce road safety measures.
Yellow fever mosquitos were recently spotted in Menlo Park. Although there have been no reported human illnesses from the mosquitos, they still pose a threat.
Concerned about the planet they will leave to their children, a group of local parents has launched GigatonGifts in time for holiday shopping.
Freeze Warning for San Mateo County was issued at December 04 at 1:19PM PST