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New York Magazine
Tech Giants Band Together to Fight Government Surveillance
A Facebook employee holds an HTC phone in front of a wall at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Holiday safety tips offered by the Menlo Park Police Department
The holiday season is a hectic and eventful time of year, but don't let the holiday spirit lull you into giving burglars or pick pockets an opportunity to take advantage.
Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto Humane Society creates a 'Critter Club'
Third grader Bryce Ammons braces himself for a lick from the Palo Alto Humane Society's dog Rookie during a visit at Beechwood School in Menlo Park on August 2, 2013.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Downtown Menlo Park is aglow in lights for the holidays
White lights line Santa Cruz Avenue and there's an impressive new sparkling tree at Ravenswood and El Camino.
Local schools race to keep up with technology
Most of us had to adapt to the Internet, but it is all young people have ever known.
Inman Real Estate News
Business schools repositioning themselves as startup incubators
In an effort to adapt to the startup trend and grow enrollment, business schools are beginning to more loudly tout their resources for entrepreneurs such as access to connections, experience and a place where it might be safe to fail.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Man shot in East Palo Alto, taken to hospital
A man was shot in East Palo Alto on Thursday afternoon and taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
SF: 3 Years After Deadly Crash, San Mateo County Adds Bike Lanes to Interchange
SVBC Deputy Director Colin Heyne checks for merging vehicles while cycling north on Alpine Road towards Highway 280.
Review: The dough, re, mi's of pizza
According to pizza.com, there are more than 61,000 pizzerias in the United States.
Tonight: Menlo Park tree lighting
Reservations required. $7 for adults and $5 for children; $1 off with unwrapped toy donation.
Visiting with Menlo Park Kiwanis Club president John Martin at the...
Menlo Park attorney John Martin grew up in San Mateo, but every morning during middle and high school, he got off the train at the Menlo station to catch a shuttle out to Woodside Priory.
San Mateo Daily Journal
San Carlos may hold garbage rates steady
While other Peninsula cities are mulling increases in garbage rates, San Carlos is bucking the trend by considering holding or even reducing consumer charges in 2014.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Palo Alto Weekender: Paly Fiery Arts; 300+ Creche Display; 'Caring Santa'
Palo Alto High School Fiery Arts Sale . Glass reindeer, candy canes, glowing ornaments, acorns and more.
FBI seeks Menlo Park 'Sports Cap Bandit' bank robbery suspect
The FBI is seeking a woman they have dubbed the "Sports Cap Bandit," who robbed two banks in Menlo Park in October and November.
19th annual Jerry Rice Toy Drive & Holiday Festival takes place on Dec. 7 in Menlo Park
The 19th annual Jerry Rice Toy Drive & Holiday Festival will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm with a visit from Santa scheduled between noon and 1:00 pm.
Menlo Park runner competes in endurance challenge
Gary Gellin of Menlo Park is taking part in the North Face Endurance Challenge Championships on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 7-8, in the Golden Gate Recreation Area in San Francisco.
San Mateo County Newsroom
New Supervisorial District Boundaries for San Mateo County
The boundaries of San Mateo County's five supervisorial districts officially change today, a month after the Board of Supervisors approved a new map.
Retired M-A English teacher Joseph Fuchs is exhibiting his paintings at Cafe Zoe in Menlo Park
An old friend has returned to Menlo Park. An exhibit of paintings by Joseph Fuchs is on display at Cafe Zoe through January 5. To locals, Joseph may be better known as "Mr. Fuchs," an English teacher who taught at Menlo-Atherton High School for 33 years before retiring.