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Rochelle Ford's decision to become a sculptor at age 58 has led to a new career that has led her work to be featured in... [Read More]
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The West Bay Athletic League girls basketball teams playing in the Central Coast Section Open Division more than held their own. Pinewood and Eastside Prep... [Read More]
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There's no place like home, especially if you happen to play with the Stanford women's tennis team, which loses so rarely at home that it's... [Read More]
Tags: Cardinal - UNLV - Friday
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Brittany McPhee scored 25 points and the 16th-ranked Stanford women's basketball team survived a stern test from last-place Washington on Friday night, beating the Huskies... [Read More]
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For the first time in the six years of the Central Coast Section Open Division boys basketball playoffs, a public school team advanced past the... [Read More]
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Accent Arts, the iconic arts-supply store that has operated in the California Avenue Business District for decades, abruptly shut the doors of its new 4,000-square-foot... [Read More]
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A man who ripped two iPhones out of a display on Wednesday threatened to stab an Xfinity store employee before running from the building, a... [Read More]
At Sims Metal Management in Redwood City, a giant crane claw snatches up large pieces of twisted and torn metal, piling the crumpled wrecks, old... [Read More]
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Weekly journalists provide updates on efforts in Palo Alto to rename two middle schools and to separate the rail corridor from local streets. [Read More]
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Palo Alto's effort to get drive downtown employees out of residential areas appears to be gaining momentum, with fewer workers now purchasing permits to park... [Read More]
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I came across a new book for you to read. Whether you are just starting out... [Read More]
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As part of the district's plan to address a $3.3 million shortfall next year, the Board of Education approved layoff notices for 64 positions and... [Read More]
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As Palo Alto prepares to open a new section of Foothills Park to the public, officials are keeping a close eye on Buckeye Creek, which... [Read More]
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The Palo Alto Board of Education is looking to implement changes that could significantly improve district decision-making and create a predictable flow of new perspectives... [Read More]
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A preview of Palo Alto government meetings for the week of Feb. 26. [Read More]
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Silicon Valley may be the economic phenomenon of our time, but unless real inroads are made in alleviating its severe housing shortage and accompanying transportation... [Read More]
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No. 1 Stanford took over the lead on Day Two of the Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center led by... [Read More]
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It was an interesting sight to say the least. Former Stanford coach Mike Montgomery interviewed Reid Travis following Stanford's thoroughly convincing 94-78 Pac-12 men's basketball... [Read More]
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The Gunn boys made their postseason debut a positive one Thursday, blowing out Pioneer 72-40 in the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs. Gunn utilized... [Read More]
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After a mediocre first three quarters, Eric DeBrine's shot returned just in time to propel Sacred Heart over Seaside, 60-52, in the second round of... [Read More]
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