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  1. Locals sue FAA over aircraft noiseRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Almanac

    For years, residents in Portola Valley, Ladera and along Skyline Boulevard have complained to Northern California aviation authorities about noise from commercial aircraft flying to San Francisco International Airport. Now, backed by an online petition complaining about aircraft noise and listing the support of some 900 local residents, and a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration on the same subject signed by 26 members of the House of Representatives representing communities around the country, three residents from Woodside and one from Portola Valley have taken their concerns to federal court.

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  2. Woodside: Can a dangerous route to school be made safe?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Almanac

    These pedestrians heading east on Mountain Home Road may have a crosswalk at Cedar Lane this fall if a traffic analysis finds it beneficial for children walking to and from school. Students at Woodside Elementary School are using new and improved crosswalks in front of the school, but still to come this fall are several improvements to safety for those walking to school.

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  3. Woodside: No easy solution for troublesome Mountain Home Road crossingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Almanac

    Students at Woodside Elementary School are using new and improved crosswalks in front of the school, but still to come this fall are several improvements to safety while walking to school. One trouble spot, however, remains unresolved.

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  4. With new water rates, we're paying less per gallonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Almanac

    As of Aug. 14, the price of having fresh water at home from the California Water Service Company went up and it went down for residents of Atherton, Portola Valley, Woodside and parts of Menlo Park - all located within Cal Water's Bear Gulch District. The increase was in the service charge; the drop was for water usage.

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  5. Locals sue FAA over aircraft noiseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Almanac

    For years, residents in Portola Valley, Ladera and along Skyline Boulevard have complained to Northern California aviation authorities about noise from commercial aircraft flying to San Francisco International Airport. Now, backed by an online petition complaining about aircraft noise and listing the support of some 900 local residents, and a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration on the same subject signed by 26 members of the House of Representatives representing communities around the country, three residents from Woodside and one from Portola Valley have taken their concerns to federal court.

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  6. Atherton: With new water rates, we're paying less per gallon despite droughtRead the original story

    Tuesday | Almanac

    As of Aug. 14, the price of having fresh water at home from the California Water Service Company went up and it went down for residents of Atherton, Portola Valley, Woodside and parts of Menlo Park -- all located within Cal Water's Bear Gulch District. The increase was in the service charge; the drop was for water usage.

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  7. Maasai warrior hikes Wunderlich ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Almanac

    Maasai warrior, elder and chief Sabore Ole Oyie, far right, hiked Wunderlich Park in Woodside with Lisa Raskin, center, Lea Goldstein and John Novitsky on Friday, Sept. 19. Mr. Oyie, who is also a Kenyan cultural ambassador, is in the U.S. to raise money to drill water wells for his people.

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  8. Pair arrested for allegedly stealing mail in Menlo Park, Woodside and other citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Almanac

    A traffic stop led to the arrest of two probationers in possession of mail stolen from several Peninsula cities on Tuesday, Sept. 23, according to a Palo Alto Police Department press release.

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  9. Tips on handling encounters with mountain lionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Almanac

    Residents of the Midpeninsula share many neighborhoods with mountain lions, and with the recent news of the attack by a mountain lion on a young boy in Cupertino, local officials are reminding residents of what to do when encountering a mountain lion. On Sept.

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  10. Officers issue 252 more traffic tickets in Atherton, Menlo ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Almanac

    Motorcycle officers from around San Mateo County spent Wednesday, Sept. 17, patrolling parts of Menlo Park and Atherton and issued 252 citations, most for speeding and cellphone violations.

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  11. Maasai warrior hikes WunderlichRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Almanac

    Sabore Ole Oyie, a warrior, elder and the chief of his age group in his village in Maasai territory in Kenya, is a tall man who dresses in clothing that is predominantly red. The color is a tradition that dates back to his ancestors fighting with other tribesmen over cattle rustling, Mr. Oyie explained during a hike in Wunderlich Park in Woodside on Friday.

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  12. Tonight: Woodside council considers new measures for safe routes to schoolRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Almanac

    Three school-related safety measures proposed in a 2013 Safe Routes to School audit are coming before the Woodside Town Council for possible action on Tuesday, Sept. 23. Town staff are proposing a new crosswalk on Canada Road and Glenwood Avenue, a higher visibility crosswalk at Canada and Romero roads, and new pedestrian warning signs and pavement markings on Mountain Home Road near Roberts Market -- a common crossing point for equestrians and school children.

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  13. Police calls: $1,000 in liquor stolen from Woodside groceryRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Almanac

    This information is from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and the Menlo Park and Atherton police departments. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted.

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  14. SHP pulls out a thrilling 27-21 victory in the final nine secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 20 | Almanac

    SHP quarterback Mason Randall completed 27 of 34 passes for a career-high 383 yards in a 27-21 nonleague win over Salinas on Friday. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports.

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  15. Woodside: Locals plan Sept. 28 benefit for parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Almanac

    Posing in a surrey, which will be displayed at the "Carts to Cars" benefit for Woodside county parks, are, from left, Lea Goldstein, co-president of the Friends of Huddart & Wunderlich Parks; carriage owner Ellie Ferrari; Lisa Raskin, another co-president; and Marlene Finley, director of San Mateo County Parks. The carriage is a "Vis-a-vis," dating from 1904.

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  16. Sept. 20-25: Woodside native co-hosts big art partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Almanac

    Woodside native Anne Sconberg has always had a passion for the arts. She studied photography at Stanford University, did photography in Paris for three years, and studied design and interior design at schools in Madrid and London.

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  17. Stop-work order lifted for Woodside mansionRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | Almanac

    The mansion remodeling project at 360 Mountain Home Road in Woodside is on again. The town had posted a stop-work order on July 3 after staff discovered construction activity not within the scope of project permits.

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  18. Stop-work order lifted for mansion in WoodsideRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Almanac

    The mansion remodeling project at 360 Mountain Home Road in Woodside is on again. The town had posted a stop-work order on July 3 after staff discovered construction activity not within the scope of project permits.

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  19. Tips on handling a mountain lion encounterRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Almanac

    Residents of the Midpeninsula share many neighborhoods with mountain lions, and with the recent news of the attack by a mountain lion on a young boy in Cupertino, local officials are reminding residents of what to do when encountering a mountain lion. On Wednesday, Sept.

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  20. Woodside: Stop-work order lifted for mansionRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Almanac

    After more than two months of enforced idleness, the stop-work order issued in July at 360 Mountain Home Road in Woodside has been lifted and construction work can resume on a residential remodeling project there. The Town Council on Tuesday, Sept.

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