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2 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
The Palo Alto Police Department could get new bullet-proof vests, tracking devices, Taser accessories and wireless equipment to improve communication during hostage negotiations as part of a state grant the city has recently received.
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7 hrs ago | Patch.com
This little fella in the photo fell from his nest last week and landed on a busy sidewalk in Palo Alto, where a kindly passerby moved him to safety before he got stepped on.
11 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Five-year-old Carole Guirguis holds onto the prosthetic limbs of mom Gehane Guirguis as husband Essam sits beside them as the three tell the story of how Gehane lost both arms in a bus accident and is currently getting physical therapy at the Palo Alto SubAcute and Rehabilitation Center.
11 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
The former site of JJ&F Market and The Futon Shop will be developed into office buildings.
12 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
On Aug. 19, 1904, a grocer named Frank Backus joined dozens of merchants and fellow Mayfield residents in asking the Board of Trustees to ban alcohol sales.
14 hrs ago | Law Firm Newswire
Families with a disabled child, parent or other relative face incredibly difficult challenges.
Oren Scheorson receives the first of two awards for becoming a finalist in Palo Alto's Apps Challenge.
Sally Borkin Cannon, born to Max and Ida Borkin in Milwaukee, Wis., died March 4, 2014, at home.
Friday, March 14 Catch Me If You Can . Mountain View High School Theater, 7 p.m. Tickets: $15 general; $10 youth; $2 infant.
That's what's happening in some upscale San Francisco Bay Area communities as homeowners and wealthy buyers have no interest in upgrading aging houses but instead want to start from scratch and build all-new custom homes stocked with the latest features.
A Palo Alto man has been convicted of mayhem for biting a man's ear off during a drunken fight over stolen cigarettes outside a Redwood City bar last year.
For those seeking work in Palo Alto - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - here's a list of local job openings.
For years, Palo Alto's Utilities Department employees and managers fretted about the challenges of recruiting and retaining skilled workers at a time of stagnant salaries and reduced benefits.
Sculptor Donald Gialanella's work, entitled 'Cog Bra,' will be a special addition to the Sixth Annual 'What A Pair' fundraising event sponsored by the Soroptimists of the Los Angeles Harbor on March 28 at the Croatian Cultural Center in San Pedro.
More than three decades after Palo Alto turned Bryant Street into the nation's first "bicycle boulevard," the city is preparing to dramatically accelerate its bike-improvement program and create similar bike-friendly corridors on Greer Road, Wilkie Way, Park Boulevard and Stanford Avenue.
Druid Underground Film Festival: This one kind of sneaks up on us; it's already in its seventh year.