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28 min ago | Patch.com
Submitted by Menlo Park Residents: The future of downtown Menlo Park is under attack by a small group who believe they know what our city needs better than the planning professionals, environmental consultants, traffic experts, Planning Commission,City Council, and many residents who worked for over six years to create the current Downtown Specific ... (more)
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1 hr ago | InMenlo.com
The public is invited to enjoy cowboy songs of the old west and of the west that never was, during a free performance of the Prairie Rose Band to be presented by the Menlo Park Library on Saturday, July 12 at 11:00 am.
3 hrs ago | Patch.com
UPDATED: Wednesday, July 9, 4 p.m. from the PAPD: As of 3:50 p.m., the missing woman from the College Terrace neighborhood has been found, safe and sound, in Menlo Park by officers from the Menlo Park Police Department.
8 hrs ago | InMenlo.com
Based on the premise that teens learn best from other teens, a group of high school students and recent high school graduates from Menlo Park, Atherton, Woodside, and Portola Valley recently launched a startup.
12 hrs ago | Science Fiction in the News
Take a look at the speed of these micro-robots, created by SRI International; a swarm of up to 1,000 of the tiny robots can work together on tasks.
Seven years in the planning, the redevelopment of Fire Station 6 on two lots at Oak Grove Avenue and Hoover Street in Menlo Park may now be abandoned by the Menlo Park Fire Protection District.
TV personality Regis Philbin is on tap to deliver the keynote address at the annual benefit breakfast for InnVision Shelter Network on Oct. 9 at the Regency Hotel in Burlingame.
Menlo Park photographer Mark Tuschman has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to publish "Faces of Courage: Intimate Portraits of Women on the Edge," a to learn more.
Not every vacationer can be relaxing at Caye Caulker, Belize, but it is important to take a break this summer.
Menlo Park resident Bob Harris's interest in sculpture came early in life. As a boy, he used to carve wooden ships.
Financier Tim Draper has snapped up nearly 30,000 bitcoins in a recent U.S. government auction and plans to trade them on a platform catering to markets looking for alternatives to their own volatile currencies.
Through August 9, the Menlo Park Library will be offering an Adult Summer Reading Program, featuring free events and incentives just for "the over-18 set."
For those who can't or don't want to get away, there'll be plenty of family-friendly Fourth of July activities happening on the Peninsula today.
The Menlo Park Police Department reminds the community that all forms of fireworks and gunfire are strictly prohibited in the City of Menlo Park.
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