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Palo Alto, California is located in Santa Clara County. Zip codes in Palo Alto, CA include 94309, 94301, and 94306. The median home price in Palo Alto is $2,195,000 which is roughly $1,221/per square foot. More Palo Alto information.

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1 hr ago | Business Journal

Chapel Hill on Movoto's list of Top 50 'snobbiest' small cities

Chapel Hill is on the list of the 50 "snobbiest" small cities in the U.S., according to real estate brokerage website Movoto .


5 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

Man sues Palo Alto police over alleged civil rights violations

A Los Altos Hills man is suing the Palo Alto Police Department and Santa Clara Sheriff's Office in federal court over a "severely" broken arm and other alleged civil rights violations.


Tue Jul 29, 2014

Pacifica Tribune

John Horgan: Midday congestion is catalyst for Holly Street changes

Be careful what you wish for. San Carlos officials and residents find themselves in that position today.


Palo Alto Weekly

Claude Ezran withdraws from Palo Alto's council race

Claude Ezran, an early entrant to Palo Alto's suddenly crowded City Council race, said Tuesday that he has decided not to run.


Palo Alto Weekly

Palo Alto planning department sees senior-level shake-up

In the latest shake-up in Palo Alto's busy planning department, the city has hired a new assistant planning director and is saying goodbye to two department veterans, one of whom has been leading city's the Comprehensive Plan update.


The Bold Italic

Palo Alto Wins #1 Snobbiest Small City

This morning SFGate called our attention to a list of the snobbiest small cities according to Movoto , a company whose tagline is "starting conversations about cities," which seems like their way of saying that they're shit stirrers and they know it.


Mountain View Voice

Simitian aims to put county services within reach

This week Simitian proposed creating "satellite offices" for county social services staff at local nonprofits that serve struggling residents -- such as Mountain View's Community Services Agency, which provides food and financial assistance to those in need --complementing the county's own services for the poor.



Bay Area home to the snobbiest cities

According to Movoto Blog , a site that covers real estate "for those who like to have fun," the Bay Area is not only home to the U.S.'s snobbiest city , but it also has a reoccurring presence on the site's list of 50. Frankly, some of these rankings left us a little perplexed.


Mon Jul 28, 2014


Google X sets out to define healthy human

Google X, the secretive research arm of Google Inc. , is making a major foray into clinical research with the goal of pinning down what it means to be healthy.


Ted Minnis returns to Menlo Park, recruiting water polo players for Harvard Univeristy

A tall and athletic 8th grader at Nativity School, Ted Minnis had caught the attention of legendary Menlo-Atherton High School football coach Ben Parks.


Business Wire

TCBY and Mrs. Fields to Debut Dual-Brand Locations in Los Angeles

This is the first TCBY to re-enter the Los Angeles market since 2010, and this time, the brand will be returning with Mrs. Fields Cookies to serve an increased variety of sweet treats.


The Miami Herald

Airstream trailers enjoy resurgence in sales, as fixed lodging

Pamela Grimmé places a lamp in the Tamarac showroom of AMC Liquidators, which sells to customers locally and in 44 countries.


Brandon Sun

Obama practically weepy over daughter Malia leaving White House in 2 years to attend college

President Barack Obama is practically weepy at the thought of his daughter Malia going off to college, a milestone many months away that is already on his mind.


Sun Jul 27, 2014

El Observador

Undocumented East Palo Altan aims to give others a leg up

Young woman recognized at White House for her advocacy Elena Kadvany Palo Alto Weekly Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca doesn't want her story to repeat itself.


Sat Jul 26, 2014

The Town Talk

Surprise! New health plans' limitations anger enrollees

Nancy Pippenger and Marcia Perez live thousands of miles apart but have the same complaint: Doctors who treated them last year won't take their insurance now, even though they haven't changed insurers.


The Campbell Reporter

Herhold: Passionate debate over plan to close Page Mill YMCA

The Page Mill YMCA doesn't appeal to everyone. But it enjoys enormous loyalty from its adult users.


My Mother Lode

At Stanford, summer work goes beyond football

For most major college football programs, summer is a time for players to load up on classes and concentrate on conditioning for the upcoming season.


San Jose Mercury News

Palo Alto: Fight over Mitchell Park Library project takes legal turn

The protracted fight over who is at fault for delays that have dogged the Mitchell Park Library and Community Center rebuild project in Palo Alto appears headed for the courtroom.


Fri Jul 25, 2014

Contra Costa Times

Q&A: Peter Yolles, founder and CEO of WaterSmart Software

WaterSmart Software, a small startup in San Francisco, is working with local water districts in California and other states to transform water meter data into easy-to-understand home water reports that are mailed directly to homeowners or made accessible via the Web and mobile devices.


Who's Hiring in Campbell: Staples; John Wheeler State Farm; Caregiver

For those seeking work in Campbell - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.



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