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Palo Alto, California is located in Santa Clara County. Zip codes in Palo Alto, CA include 94309, 94301, and 94306. The median home price in Palo Alto is $2,195,000 which is roughly $1,217/per square foot. More Palo Alto information.

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4 hrs ago | CBS Local

Sketch Of Palo Alto Park Groping Suspect Released

Police in Palo Alto released a sketch Sunday night of a man suspected of harassing and groping a woman as she sat in a park in the College Terrace neighborhood on Friday morning.


18 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly

Palo Alto and sister city Oaxaca celebrate 50th anniversary

Palo Altans Pat Morris and Eric Bier help plant a vegetable garden in the rural village of Yaxe, Mexico.


19 hrs ago | Planetizen

Palo Alto Exploring 'Net Zero' Vehicle Trip Restriction for Commercial Developments

Palo Alto, one of the suburban cities at the center of the Silicon Valley tech boom, is considering a Comprehensive Plan Update.


Yesterday | Pacific Sun

Senior Lunch Program - Palo Alto

La Comida is a non-profit dedicated to enriching the lives of older adults by serving appetizing, nutritious and affordable lunches in a cheerful and attractive setting.


Sat Jul 12, 2014

Weekend Traffic Advisory: Clay & Glass Festival Returns to Art Center

Traffic advisory from the Palo Alto Police Department: The 22nd Annual Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival returns to the Palo Alto Art Center this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.


Lobsterfest Going on at Sam's Chowder House Through July

Sam's Chowder House in downtown Palo Alto, California, announces that the month of July is LOBSTERFEST - a celebration of the popular crustacean with lobster specialties created by Executive Chef Robert Holt to pair perfectly with the restaurants seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients.


The Campbell Reporter

Lyme disease often overlooked in Northern California

Four summers ago, Carole Flaherty was training for a long-distance hike across the Teton Range of the Rocky Mountains.


CBS Local

'Hidden Cash' Drops Off Sweet Surprise For Inland Empire Residents

He teased that he'll drop Saturday's cash inside sugar packets, making quite the sweet deal for whoever stumbles upon the loot.


Cops Seeking Stranger Who Harassed, Battered Woman in Palo Alto Neighborhood Park

News from the Palo Alto Police Department : A man approached a woman at a park in the College Terrace neighborhood yesterday afternoon, engaged her in conversation, and then aggressively touched and kissed her before she was able to shove him away.


Inside Bay Area

Guest Commentary: Ultra high speed gigabit service comes to the East Bay

Strong high-speed Internet, or broadband, is crucial for cities of all sizes to succeed.


Fri Jul 11, 2014


The 1% of scientific publishing

Publishing is one of the most ballyhooed metrics of scientific careers, and every researcher hates to have a gap in that part of his or her CV.


Palo Alto Weekly

Mitchell Park Library contractor fires back at the city

The Mitchell Park Library and Community Center is scheduled to open by the end of this year - two and a half years after expected, due to construction problems.


Actor/singer Pierce Peter Brandt offers summer musical theater workshops for tweens and teens

Pierce Peter Brandt has been performing since he was a kid. Growing up in Palo Alto, he was the lead in Oliver , when TheatreWorks first staged the musical.


Mountain View Voice

Community connections make theater work

Former janitor Bobby , center, makes his TV debut on "Rock Shop" in the world premiere of "Memphis" at TheatreWorks in 2004.



James Franco's 'Palo Alto' is a pleasure

Does it make a difference if a film you're thinking of seeing is by a first-time director? Does it help at all if that director's last name is Coppola? In this case, it's worth taking the chance.


Thu Jul 10, 2014

Marin Independent Journal

Encampment fires a hot topic at San Rafael meeting about homeless

Community members Thursday night rehashed their concerns about homeless residents in downtown San Rafael during a public meeting, focusing on what can be done to curb encampment fires.


Palo Alto Weekly

Former planning commission chair Eduardo Martinez dies

Eduardo Martinez, a soft-spoken architect who chaired Palo Alto's Planning and Transportation Commission before stepping down earlier this year, died last week after a battle with cancer.


Burglary of Occupied Home Occurs Overnight While Elderly Palo Alto Residents Were Sleeping

News from the Palo Alto Police Department: A burglar broke into a residence overnight -- while an elderly couple slept -- and stole a briefcase of financial documents and rummaged through drawers in another room, and slipped away undetected.



Local vets laud, decry VA system

Congresswoman Jackie Speier, far left; Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, center; and Palo Alto VA Director Lisa Freeman, far right, listen to local veterans at a town hall meeting at the Palo Alto VA hospital on July 7. Photo by Elena Kadvany.


Redwood City

Annual "Preschool Preview Night"

Redwood City's Annual "Preschool Preview Night": A Preschool/Child Care & Parent Resource Fair Annual fair highlighting various early care and education programs from Belmont to Palo Alto has become key annual resource for parents making important child care decisions Redwood City, Calif.



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