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  1. Cupertino: Traffic impact fee considered for developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cupertino Courier

    At a public workshop on Aug. 16, city staff and consultants came together to discuss what the city is calling a "traffic impact fee." "A traffic impact fee is a one-time city fee intended to ensure new development and redevelopment projects pay a fair share to mitigate traffic impacts," said Jason Moody, managing principal from Economic Planning Systems Inc., during the workshop.

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  2. Courtside boys, girls 18s are state championsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Cupertino Courier

    It was a great weekend for the Bay Club Courtside boys and girls tennis teams at the state championship tournaments held Aug. 13-14 at the Newport Beach Tennis Club. And it was even better than most for the Stratakos family of Saratoga.

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  3. Mountain View: Discovery of hidden camera leads to renter's arrest on child porn chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Jose Mercury News

    A 34-year-old man was arrested on child pornography charges this week after he allegedly used a hidden camera to record his housemates, including a toddler, police said. Police launched an investigation on Aug. 14, when a resident of the home, located on the 2000 block of Middlefield Road, reported receiving threatening messages online that included private photos of her in the bathroom.

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  4. Cupertino: Traffic impact fee considered for developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Jose Mercury News

    At a public workshop on Aug. 16, city staff and consultants came together to discuss what the city is calling a "traffic impact fee." "A traffic impact fee is a one-time city fee intended to ensure new development and redevelopment projects pay a fair share to mitigate traffic impacts," said Jason Moody, managing principal from Economic Planning Systems Inc., during the workshop.

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  5. Palo Alto: $15 minimum wage sought, but when?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Jose Mercury News

    City leaders want to up the local minimum wage to $15 an hour, but whether that might happen in 2018 or 2019 is unclear. The four members of the City Council's Policy and Services Committee have endorsed a plan to raise the wage to $12 in January, $13.50 in 2018 and $15 in 2019.

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  6. Kitchen help: Apple inspirationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | The Campbell Reporter

    I wasn't born here, but in my heart the Bay Area feels like home. And I particularly cherish marking the passage of each season with certain eagerly anticipated unique-to-us treasures.

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  7. Fall arts 2016: 'Hedwig's' back; so is Tom Stoppard and ... Donald Trump on stage?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | San Jose Mercury News

    "Hedwig" is back and the Bedazzled One is as badass as ever in Michael Mayer's glittery revival of the '90s indie-rock musical. Indeed, the return of the uber diva personifies the star-power tone for the entire fall season, which features the latest works from beloved artists from John Patrick Shanley and Tom Stoppard to Cirque du Soleil.

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  8. Bridge School Benefit lineup: Roger Waters, Metallica among big names bookedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | San Jose Mercury News

    Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Roger Waters and Metallica are among the big acts booked for the 30th Bridge School Benefit concerts in October, organizers announced Monday. Other acts in the lineup include Dave Matthews, Willie Nelson, case/lang/veirs , My Morning Jacket, Cage the Elephant, Nils Lofgren and, of course, organizer Neil Young, who will be performing with his band Promise of the Real.

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  9. Sunnyvale: Eichler neighborhood should stay single-story, city saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | San Jose Mercury News

    The city of Sunnyvale has granted another Eichler neighborhood's request to be rezoned to retain its single-story character. The city council voted unanimously Aug. 9 to rezone a 45-home neighborhood bordered by Torrington Drive on the north, Sesame Drive on the east, Vanderbilt Drive on the south and Hollenbeck Avenue on the west.

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  10. Sunnyvale: City says Eichler neighborhood should stay single storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Campbell Reporter

    The city of Sunnyvale has granted another Eichler neighborhood's request to be rezoned to retain its single-story character. The city council voted unanimously Aug. 9 to rezone a 45-home neighborhood bordered by Torrington Drive on the north, Sesame Drive on the east, Vanderbilt Drive on the south and Hollenbeck Avenue on the west.

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  11. Leal: Require insurers to allow women long-term supply of birth controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | San Jose Mercury News

    For the past decade, I have been a nurse at Planned Parenthood health centers in Mountain View and East San Jose where I have seen up close the utter impracticality and sometimes heartbreaking consequences of women being forced by their health insurance plans to get only one package of birth control pills each month rather than a longtime supply. If that sounds like an exaggeration, consider these typical stories from young women and working mothers who have come through our health centers over the years: A 30-year-old mother with a day job, a night job and limited transportation was not always able to fit in a monthly trip to the pharmacy to pick up her single package of birth control pills.

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  12. Mountain View startup rides Pokemon Go crazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | The Campbell Reporter

    Days after Niantic released the popular augmented reality mobile game Pokemon Go, a start-up realized the game would benefit from social features. Omlet Inc., a company started by Stanford computer science professor Monica Lam and Ph.D. students Ben Dodson, Ian Vo and Thomas Purtell, created a Pokemon Go overlay app to go with the mobile game, which had about 22 million active users in the United States on July 20, according to SurveyMonkey.

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  13. Mountain View man arrested on child porn chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Campbell Reporter

    Police said a search of a home in the 500 block of West Middlefield Road turned up several devices containing hundreds of files depicting lewd and lascivious acts with children under 12. Josh Chispa was subsequently arrested and booked into Santa Clara County Jail for possession and distribution of child pornography, according to police. "This arrest came from many hours of diligent work by detectives following up on a tip," Mountain View police Lt.

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  14. Tech boom reaches record heights in the Bay AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Campbell Reporter

    A hiring binge in recent years has created a record number of technology jobs in the Bay Area that surpasses even the peaks of the dot-com years. And despite worries about a potential slowdown, experts are saying a "Tech Bubble 2.0" doesn't appear to be on the horizon.

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  15. Restaurant review: Kumino in Mountain ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | San Jose Mercury News

    Staying within budget when dining out can be tough. It's exceptionally easy to ring up a $150 tab for two people, and it's not lost on me that many people can't dine like that on any regular basis.

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  16. Tri Valley: Tech investors eye region for growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | The Campbell Reporter

    For now, it remains a secondary player, part of Silicon Valley's outer ring where many of that area's high-tech workers live, but relatively few work. Local leaders in government and business want to that to change.

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  17. VTA offers faster light-rail rides to 49ers games at Levi's StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | San Jose Mercury News

    In an attempt to reduce costs to ferry 49er fans to Levi's Stadium and still provide a fast ride, the Valley Transportation Authority will test express light-rail trains beginning with Sunday's exhibition game against the Houston Texans. The price for a single-game round trip will jump from $8 to $20, and a new season trolley pass for 10 football games will be $149, or roughly $15 per game.

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  18. Milpitas: Council cuts water reduction target to 20 percent during droughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | The Campbell Reporter

    Milpitas officials have reduced the city's water reduction target to 20 percent. Residents will now be allowed three days of irrigation, do pool construction and use potable water for landscaping.

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  19. Mountain View: Immigrant House moved to Heritage ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | Inside Bay Area

    Immigrant House made what is likely its last move on Monday, when it was carried from the city's Municipal Operations Center to its new resting place in Heritage Park. The little house -- just 400 square feet -- was built in the last half of the 19th century.

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  20. South Bay: Pancreatic cancer walk will honor couple's mothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | The Campbell Reporter

    Leah and Aaron Nichols are pioneering a 5K walk to raise money for pancreatic cancer research after the disease took the lives of both their mothers less than two years apart. "I think for us, we're doing this for a lot of reasons," Aaron Nichols said.

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