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4 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto's new planning director, Hillary Gitelman, got her first dose of the Palo Alto process Monday night, as the city staff attempted to get direction from the City Council on how to proceed in response to last month's Measure D election results overturning the Council's unanimous approval of the Maybell senior housing project.
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8 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
The City Council will consider the appeal of a four-story, mixed-use building on Hamilton Avenue.
A senior Obama administration official said soon after the North Korean announcement that U.S. authorities have Newman "in hand in Beijing."
A slight rise in pitch at the end of a sentence may be the most defining characteristic of a Valley girl, referring to the stereotypical ditzy, young, well-to-do, white women from the San Fernando Valley in southern California.
Scott Elbring, Martine Sinkondo, Marijke Vallaeys and Patrick Vallaeys, sit down for lunch at TerAon restaurant on California Avenue on December 4, 2013.
The Palo Alto City Council will decide Monday whether to demand back $5.82 million it loaned the Palo Alto Housing Corp. to develop senior housing on Maybell Avenue -- a proposal that was defeated by referendum last month -- or wait for the organization to pay back the loan after finding its own buyer.
Kelly S. Q. He joins the InterContinental Hotels of San Francisco as a rising star of the hospitality industry.
Pictured is an artist's rendering of the arcade view from the Santa Clara Technology Campus, being constructed near U.S. 101 and Bowers Avenue The huge new project is getting underway that could reshape the north side of the city.
As temptations of pie and eggnog abound, a new Palo Alto juice store is offering a break from the usual high-fat and sugary holiday menu.
"Smiling at Strangers" author Rebecca Wallace grew up in Menlo Park and is now the Weekly's arts editor.
It was one of the most notorious murder cases in Palo Alto history. A man clobbered his wife seven times on the head, strangled her, and tried to disguise the crime by making it appear she fell down the stairs.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based technology giant was planning to cut 1,100 jobs in the U.K., according to BBC News.
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.
Freeze Warning for Santa Clara County was issued at December 07 at 4:34AM PST