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  1. Sunnyvale food recycling program to kick off in the fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 26 | San Jose Mercury News

    Sunnyvale residents will be receiving mailer requiring them to chose a size of bin for the new Food Cycle program that will roll out in the fall. The city of Sunnyvale will launch a food scraps recycling program for residents in the fall, but city officials first want to know how large a container residents want for their garbage and food waste.

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  2. Roadshow: Traffic hopes for 680, woes for Highway 17Read the original story

    Friday May 26 | San Jose Mercury News

    Q Any update on when construction will begin on an express lane northbound on Interstate 680 over the Sunol area? John Green Dublin A Soon, says Heather-the-680-Lady. The new 15-mile HOV/Express Lane on 680 from Highway 237 to north of the Highway 84 interchange will be implemented in phases.

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  3. Police make arrest in 2014 cold-case Sunnyvale homicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | San Jose Mercury News

    Three months after re-opening an investigation into a fatal shooting at Encinal Park in 2014, police have arrested a reputed gang member in San Diego on suspicion of murder and attempted murder. Alfonso Gonzales, 25, was arrested April 18 with the assistance of the San Diego County Gang Task Force, the Sunnyvale Dept.

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  4. Cupertino, Sunnyvale: Cupertino, Homestead share CCS gymnastics championshipRead the original story

    Thursday May 25 | The Almaden Resident

    The two squads, which train together throughout the year while maintaining their identity as separate teams, wound up with identical scores of 149.500 points at last week's 41st annual Central Coast Section gymnastics championships to edge out powerful Mountain View, the defending CCS champion, by a mere .150 points, and each claim a share of the 2017 title. It was the first CCS gymnastics championship for both schools.

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  5. Nonprofit that brings farm animals to children is moving to BaylandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | San Jose Mercury News

    Animal Assisted Happiness has finally been approved for its move to Baylands Park, in the area seen here near the picnic area. After years of planning, a nonprofit organization that gives children calming encounters with animals is moving to Baylands Park in Sunnyvale.

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  6. Ten things to know about CCS baseball semifinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | San Jose Mercury News

    Archbishop Mitty's Woogene Jo slides safely at home against Leigh's Ryan Juncker in the fifth inning during the CCS Open Division quarterfinal baseball playoffs at Fremont High School Saturday, May 20, 2017, in Sunnyvale, Calif. - Central Coast Section officials should consider starting the Archbishop Mitty-Valley Christian semifinal Open Division game in the morning Wednesday, given that one game between the teams this season ended in a 7-7 tie after eight innings and another took 13 innings before Mitty emerged with a 3-0 win.

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  7. Fire damages strip mall in SunnyvaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | The Campbell Reporter

    An early morning fire has damaged multiple businesses in a strip mall near Lawrence Expressway, according to multiple media reports. Two-alarm fire ignited at the strip mall at 550 Lakeside Drive, which sent flames through the roof, according to Capt.

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  8. "Wings of Freedom" heritage aircraft and veterans at Moffett FieldRead the original story

    Sunday May 21 | San Jose Mercury News

    Chris Hurford services a B-24 bomber as people mill around a B-25 in the distance on Sunday, May 21, 2017, at the Wings of Freedom show at Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif. World War II veteran David Campbell tells stories of piloting a B-24 bomber, Sunday, May 21, 2017, to people of all ages visiting the Wings of Freedom show at Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif.

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  9. One car in 10 is the target of a break-in, and 1.5 million parking tickets are issued annually.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | The Campbell Reporter

    Smash-and-grab car break-ins are particularly prevalent in San Francisco's downtown and Union Square areas, above, and at Fisherman's Wharf. Q I moved to SOMA in San Francisco from lovely Sunnyvale a year ago.

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  10. Mitty overcomes early hole, beats Leigh to reach CCS Open semifinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | San Jose Mercury News

    Archbishop Mitty's Miguel Cebedo jumps up to celebrate after sliding safely at home against Leigh's Ryan Juncker in the fifth inning during the CCS Open Division quarterfinal baseball playoffs at Fremont High School Saturday, May 20, 2017, in Sunnyvale, Calif. Archbishop Mitty's Miguel Cebedo slides safely at home against Leigh's Ryan Juncker in the fifth inning during the CCS Open Division quarterfinal baseball playoffs at Fremont High School Saturday, May 20, 2017, in Sunnyvale, Calif.

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  11. El Camino Hospital board restructures by adding two appointed positionsRead the original story

    Friday May 19 | San Jose Mercury News

    The El Camino Healthcare District board of directors gave itself a shakeup Monday when it opted to add two appointed positions, thus creating equal representation between elected and appointed members. The board voted unanimously to restructure its makeup and rescind its CEO's ability to vote on matters. 8 comments

  12. Robot couriers launch in Sunnyvale with Mother's Day deliveriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 | San Jose Mercury News

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 11, 2017 Starship Technologies announced its partnership with Sunnyvale on May 9. A demonstration was held at Loehmann's Plaza where one of Starship's autonomous robots made a flower delivery from 1-800-Flowers Rose Cart to Leyina Chen, who lives just three blocks away. The robot delivered a bouquet of flowers and box of cookies from Chen's children.

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  13. Pizarro: Redwood City celebrating 150th anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Inside Bay Area

    At the festival celebrating Redwood City's 150th, a special Magic Lantern 3D Light Show will be projected onto the San Mateo County History Museum building at 8:30 p.m. May 20. The show repeats on Tuesday nights through June 27. In its 150 years, Redwood City has gone from a San Francisco Bay port town to the "Chrysanthemum Center of the World" to a Silicon Valley tech hub with a vibrant downtown. And the city will kick off a yearlong celebration of all that and more with a huge festival Saturday.

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  14. Construction has begun on Sunnyvale affordable housing projectRead the original story

    Monday May 15 | San Jose Mercury News

    Construction began May 9 on an affordable housing project in Sunnyvale that will be named after the first female mayor in California. Edwina Benner Plaza will be at 460 Persian Drive and will be four stories tall with 66 units, 13 of which will be permanent supportive housing units reserved for homeless applicants.

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  15. Vigil, viewing, funeral schedule for high school basketball playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 15 | San Jose Mercury News

    Kimberly Nuestro, a Homestead High sophomore who collapsed at an AAU game May 6, 2017, and died a day later, was a big fan of Warriors star Stephen Curry and his shoes. Family and friends will celebrate the life this week of the Homestead High girls basketball player who collapsed at an AAU game this month and later died.

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  16. Our Kids Our Community raises funds for Sunnyvale summer food programsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 14 | San Jose Mercury News

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 4, 2017 Third, fourth and fifth-graders from Bishop Elementary School sing three songs for attendees of the annual Our Kids Our Community fundraiser.

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  17. Cobbler and other shops at Sunnyvale strip mall have a few more weeks before closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 14 | San Jose Mercury News

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 9, 2017 Barry Shepard shares some laughs with longtime customer Craig Lincoln, who brought in two pairs of his wife's shoes to be repaired before the shop permanently closes at the end of May. Longtime owner of Barry's Shoe Repair in Sunnyvale, Barry Shepard, is closing his doors on May 31 after 31 years. The strip mall that he's located in, at the corner of S. Pastoria Avenue and El Camino Real in Sunnyvale, will be torn down sometime in June.

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  18. Comprehensive sex-ed curriculum coming to Santa Clara County schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | The Campbell Reporter

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/May 5, 2017 Cupertino Middle School seventh-grade science teacher Rachel Nolan with the Life Science book she is currently using to teach her students about sexual education. This book has four pages that will teach seventh-graders about parts of the male and female anatomy, how a woman becomes pregnant and childbirth.

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  19. Another Sunnyvale Eichler neighborhood will be a single story onlyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | San Jose Mercury News

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 27, 2017 Twenty-nine single family home lots are petitioning the city to rezone their neighborhood in Sunnyvale as one-story exclusive. Twenty-nine single family home lots successfully petitioned the city of Sunnyvale to rezone their neighborhood in as one-story exclusive.

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  20. Sunnyvale senior affordable housing site is undergoing improvementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | San Jose Mercury News

    Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/April 27, 2017 Crescent Terrace, a three-story, 48-unit affordable rental housing for low-income seniors, will be getting $600,000 from the city of Sunnyvale for rehabilitation projects on the property. Crescent Terrace, a 48-unit affordable rental housing project for low-income seniors, is getting an update thanks to more than $1 million in loans from the city that were recently bumped up an additional $100,000.

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