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The Midpeninsula has always been an attractive place to live, but recently it has achieved another distinction: home of the most expensive real estate in the country.
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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.
9 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Pinot grigio, also known as pinot gris, is rare among wines in that it can draw upon the traditions and romance of two wine countries to sell itself – Italy and France.
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The state Water Resources Control Board on July 15 took steps to enable local water agencies to move beyond voluntary compliance with water conservation guidelines for residents of "urban settings."
Clinton said in a Facebook chat from the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., that tougher sanctions would make clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin "that there is a price to pay for this kind of behavior."
Menlo Park has an initiative on its November ballot that would reject two proposed developments near Caltrain and impede future development along El Camino Real.
This information is from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and the Menlo Park Police Department.
The 28th annual Connoisseur's Marketplace is taking place this weekend in downtown Menlo Park along Santa Cruz Avenue, and we wandered down this morning to take a look.
Take a look at the speed of these micro-robots, created by SRI International; a swarm of up to 1,000 of the tiny robots can work together on tasks.
Candles commemorating the dead spell out MH17, the flight number of the plane that crashed Thursday, at a church in Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
Thoughts and prayers go out to all families of Malaysia flight victims including family of Quinn Lucas Schansman, a dual Dutch-U.S. citizen.
Fran Kearton of Menlo Park in the 1940s as a John Robert Powers model in New York City.
"U.S. food prices are on the rise, raising a sensitive question: When the cost of a hamburger patty soars, does it count as inflation?" Ben Leubsdorf and Jon Kilsenrath The sentence above opens a recent article in The Wall Street Journal and illuminates one of the most despicable practices of our government: not counting food prices when ... (more)
Last month, I wrote about the impact of Assembly Bill 32, the legislation signed by former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger that requires California to reduce its emissions to 1990 levels by 2020.
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