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Paws-itively  ready for  disaster

Paws-itively ready for disaster


Dozens of local residents participated in the Pet Ready! program, which included first-aid tips for animals from Adobe Animal Hospital veterinarian Dr. Cristi Blackwolf, bottom right. Girl Scouts Rachel Torgunrud, bottom left, in purple of Sunn...

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Schools

Local students earn honors at Tech Challenge

Local students earn honors at Tech Challenge


Courtesy of Ann Hepenstal
Gardner Bullis School’s Tech Challenge Team “Fantastic V,” above, recently showed their project at the school’s STEM Expo. Teammates, from left, Brandon Son, Will Hooper, George Weale, Tripp Crissma...

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Community

Merchants, maypoles, music: Farmers' Market season launches May 1

Merchants, maypoles, music: Farmers' Market season launches May 1


Town Crier File Photo
Visitors examine the fresh produce on display at last year’s Downtown Los Altos Farmers’ Market.

It wouldn’t be spring without the return of the Downtown Los Altos Farmers’ Market May 1. The Los Altos Village Association sp...

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Sports

LA tops MV behind Beutter's big day

LA tops MV behind Beutter's big day


Ellie Van Houtte/Town Crier
Los Altos High pitcher Lizzie Beutter went the distance to earn the win against Mountain View.

The number of Los Altos High hits and Mountain View High errors may be in dispute, but there’s no debating which softball ...

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Comment

Enlightened California: No Shoes, Please

I recently read a newspaper article about the newly adopted sex-education curriculum in the state of Mississippi. In the city of Oxford, the following exercise is included: Students pass around a Peppermint Patty chocolate and observe how spoiled it ...

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Business

Cobblery makes short move next door: Longtime business relocating to State Street in May

Cobblery makes short move next door: Longtime business relocating to State Street in May


Ellie Van Houtte/Town Crier
European Cobblery owner Paul Roth is relocating his business from 201 First St., above, to 385 State St. in May.

The European Cobblery, a family-owned and -operated shoe store, is relocating to a new home just a few month...

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Books

Local Author Spotlight

In an effort to support authors from Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View, many self-published, Book Buzz periodically spotlights their books and offers information on where to purchase them. Local authors are encouraged to submit brief summa...

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People

'Champions for Youth' announced

Challenge Team will honor Mountain View Police Chief Scott Vermeer as “Champion for Youth” at the nonprofit organization’s annual fundraising breakfast, scheduled 7 a.m. May 7 at Michaels at Shoreline, 2960 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View.

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Stepping Out

Last go-round for 'Hound'

Last go-round for 'Hound'


Tracy Martin/Special to the Town Crier
The actors in “The Hound of the Baskervilles” – from left, Darren Bridgett, Ron Campbell and Michael Gene Sullivan – take on dozens of roles.

TheatreWorks is slated to present “The Hound of the Baskervilles...

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Spiritual Life

Magazine

A yoga class a day keeps the stress away

A yoga class a day keeps the stress away


Van Houtte/Town Crier Yoga of Los Altos hosts a variety of classes, including Strong Flow Vinyasa, above, taught by Doron Hanoch. Yin Yoga instructor Janya Wongsopa guides a student in the practice, below.

It’s nearly 9 a.m. on a Monday mornin...

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Police Blotter

Hit-and-run accident

Sept. 18, 5:46 p.m., Foothill Expressway at Homestead Road: An older gray or blue Honda with four occupants rear-ended a motorist. The driver of the Honda left the scene of the accident before police were notified. No injuries were reported.

Residential burglaries

Sept. 20, 11:19 a.m., 100 block of Arbuelo Way: A resident reported that a burglary suspect removed a bedroom window screen but did not take any items from the home at first inspection.

Sept. 20, 8:24 p.m., 300 block of Loucks Avenue: A burglary suspect gained entry into the home through an unlocked door or window, stealing a laptop, jewelry, cash and a camera for a homeowner loss of approximately $4,000.

Minor injury accident

Sept. 19, 12:14 p.m., 600 block of Almond Avenue: A motorist veering out of the bicycle lane to avoid a parked car struck a 14-year-old cyclist. Responders treated the cyclist at the scene.

Disturbance

Sept. 19, 3:14 p.m., El Camino Real and San Antonio Road: A bus passenger became agitated with the driver over a disputed payment for a bus pass. Police mediated the situation.

Residential burglaries

Sept. 20, 11:19 a.m., 100 block of Arbuelo Way: A resident reported that a burglary suspect removed a bedroom window screen but did not take any items from the home at first inspection.

Sept. 20, 8:24 p.m., 300 block of Loucks Avenue: A burglary suspect gained entry into the home through an unlocked door or window, stealing a laptop, jewelry, cash and a camera for a homeowner loss of approximately $4,000.

Grand theft

Sept. 20, 11:58 a.m., 100 block of Loucks Avenue: A resident reported that approximately $13,000 in jewelry was stolen from her home three weeks earlier.

Drug possession arrest

Sept. 11, 4:21 a.m., Robles Avenue and San Antonio Road: Officers arrested a male suspect for violating his probation and for possessing more than 1 ounce of marijuana after finding the man hiding in his vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up 5 ounces of marijuana.

– Diego Abeloos

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