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California Avenue construction hits merchants hard
Merchants who are struggling through the dust and noise of the California Avenue Streetscape Project have lost as much as... Last comment 50 minutes ago | 23 comments

Shop Talk: Grocer Miki Werness may make a comeback
Four new hotels scheduled to open, grocer Miki Werness is part of College Terrace Centre deal and the Nike store reopens. Read... Last comment 6 hours ago | 12 comments

VA tree-clearing taking place near Bol Park in Palo Alto
Joggers, cyclists and residents in the Barron Park neighborhood are concerned about a tree-clearing project that has removed... Last comment 5 hours ago | 14 comments

Businesses to drive city's new traffic-fighting nonprofit
As Palo Alto prepares to launch new shuttles, impose downtown parking restrictions and offer other incentives for commuters... Last comment 6 hours ago | 21 comments

 
 
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Palo Alto seeks to shield retailers from office boom
Seeking to protect neighborhood-serving retailers from the recent boom in office development, Palo Alto is considering a range of new zoning policies, including ones that would restrict commercial densities downtown and limit chain stores on California Avenue. Friday, 7:37 AM | 19 comments

California Avenue construction hits merchants hard
Merchants who are struggling through the dust and noise of the California Avenue Streetscape Project have lost as much as 25 percent of sales, they said earlier this week. Friday, 7:38 AM | 23 comments

Shop Talk: Grocer Miki Werness may make a comeback
Four new hotels scheduled to open, grocer Miki Werness is part of College Terrace Centre deal and the Nike store reopens. Friday, 8:55 AM | 12 comments

Palo Alto: School district's OCR spending tops $366,000
The Palo Alto school district has spent a total of more than $366,000 in outside legal fees on Office for Civil Rights-related issues since late 2011, when the first of 11 discrimination complaints was filed through the federal agency, according to data presented by Superintendent Max McGee at the Oct. 28 board meeting. Thursday, 1:58 PM | 18 comments

Bowman International School purchases nearby property
Palo Alto's independent Bowman International School has purchased a 0.6-acre property just up the road, with plans to expand its current programming and house a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) lab. Thursday, 3:19 PM | 2 comments

PHOTOS: Halloween Trick-or-Treat and Carnival
There were more than goblins and ghouls haunting last Sunday's Halloween Trick-or-Treat and Carnival on California Avenue in Palo Alto. Friday, 8:54 AM

Our election endorsements
Read the recommendations of the Palo Alto Weekly and Palo Alto Online for the November 4, 2014 election. Saturday, 5:02 PM

VA tree-clearing taking place near Bol Park in Palo Alto

Stanford students join in national sexual-assault protest

Stanford doctor in voluntary quarantine

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