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New fines target Palo Alto's water wasters
Water wasters in Palo Alto who ignore the city's admonitions to conserve could face fines of $100 per day under an enforcement... Last comment 1 hour ago | 22 comments

Palo Alto eyes reforms after transparency gaffes
A week after Palo Alto officials offered public apologies for their secret and ultimately ill-fated negotiations with developer... Last comment 51 minutes ago | 28 comments

Palo Alto prepares to launch new shuttles
Palo Alto's small fleet of shuttles could grow substantially in the coming months, as the city prepares to unveil new routes... Last comment 3 hours ago | 34 comments

3-foot buffer zone for cyclists takes effect
A new state law requiring motorists to keep a 3-foot buffer zone when overtaking or passing bicyclists took effect today.... Last comment 2 hours ago | 30 comments

 
 
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Palo Alto eyes reforms after transparency gaffes
A week after Palo Alto officials offered public apologies for their secret and ultimately ill-fated negotiations with developer John Arrillaga, they took a step toward making sure similar blunders won't happen in the future. Tuesday, 12:40 AM | 28 comments

Palo Alto approves new fines for water wasters
Water wasters in Palo Alto who ignore the city's warnings to conserve could face fines of $100 per day under an enforcement strategy that the City Council adopted on Monday night.
Tuesday, 7:12 AM | 22 comments

State's 3-foot buffer zone for cyclists takes effect
A new state law requiring motorists to keep a 3-foot buffer zone when overtaking or passing bicyclists took effect today, Sept. 16. Tuesday, 9:21 AM | 30 comments

Investment adviser, hot dog vendor to receive Athena Awards
Palo Alto's most influential businesswomen in 2014 are a hot dog vendor and an investment adviser, the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce has decided. The Chamber announced the two Athena Award recipients on Monday, Sept. 15. Tuesday, 9:27 AM | 4 comments

Guest Opinion: Mug shots and mental illness
How does one's beloved child become a mug shot in the local newspaper? This is our somewhat abbreviated story about the ravages of mental illness and the toll it has taken on our family, as well as millions of other families throughout the country. Monday, 4:58 PM | 39 comments

School board debate recap: Candidates answer 20 questions
A recap of the answers given by five candidates for the Palo Alto Board of Education at a debate Sept. 11, with a guide to watching the video of the entire two-hour debate, posted on Palo Alto Online. Monday, 7:53 AM | 30 comments

Palo Alto prepares to launch new shuttles
Palo Alto's small fleet of shuttles could grow substantially in the coming months, as the city prepares to unveil new routes and add buses to the existing crosstown service. Monday, 7:52 AM | 34 comments

Digital First Media to consider sale of company, local outlets

National Merit Scholarship semifinalists named

PUBLIC AGENDA: Threats to the city, drought rate study, school property taxes

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