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News

Cal Water says no E. coli in water; limits boiling advisory area

Cal Water says no E. coli in water; limits boiling advisory area

Cal Water officials said today that preliminary water quality test results were negative for E. coli were negative and "only a single hydrant" in the South El Monte area of Los Altos showed the presence of total coliform. They reduced the "boil your ...

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Schools

Foothill STEM camps offer resources for low-income students

Foothill STEM camps offer resources for low-income students


Sana Khader/Town Crier
Students use software connected to a 3D printer, left, to create a miniature San Francisco, including the Ferry Building, below, at Foothill’s STEM Summer Camps.

Expanding efforts to spark and inspire students’ int...

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Community

Local resident cooks her way from cheerleader to Food Fighters

Local resident cooks her way from cheerleader to Food Fighters


Courtesy of the MacDonald family
Amber MacDonald competes on an episode of “Food Fighters,” scheduled to air 8 p.m. Thursday on NBC.

A newly arrived Los Altos family has an unusually public get-to-know-you moment this week – Amber MacDonald and ...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor

Ad-plane flyover marred festival

I hope that other residents who share my concern that the Geico plane flying low over the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival and our homes for hours on end marred the “fun for everyone” that the Town Crie...

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Special Sections

Heart attack survivor cherishes life after near-death experience

Heart attack survivor cherishes life after near-death experience


Photos Courtesy of Tim Pierce
Los Altos Hills resident Tim Pierce, right with emergency medical responder Steve Crowley, suffered a heart attack in May.

After what Tim Pierce went through recently, no wonder he tries to cherish every moment as if he...

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Business

PAMF debuts cosmetic surgery center

PAMF debuts cosmetic surgery center


John Ho/Special to the Town Crier
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation Center for Cosmetic Surgery at 715 Altos Oaks Drive is the organization’s first center focused solely on cosmetic procedures.

Los Altos’ newest medical office – the...

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Books

Book Signings

• Fritz and Nomi Trapnell have scheduled a book-signing party 4-6 p.m. Aug. 1 at their home, 648 University Ave., Los Altos.

Fritz and his daughter, Dana Tibbitts, co-authored “Harnessing the Sky: Frederick ‘Trap’ Trapnell, ...

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People

CHARLOTTE BARBARA WINGUTH

CHARLOTTE BARBARA WINGUTH

Charlotte Barbara Winguth died July 9 at the young age of 89. She is survived by her 3 daughters Sandy, Karen & Wendi, 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She came to Los Altos CA with her husband Ed and 3 children 53 years ago from New ...

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Travel

Gearing up: Make travel more civilized with accessories

Gearing up: Make travel more civilized with accessories


Eren Göknar/Special to the Town Crier
San Francisco-based humangear Inc. sells totes, tubes and tubs for traveling.

In travel, as in romance, it’s the little things that count.

Beyond the glossy brochures lie the travel discomforts too mun...

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Stepping Out

Engineer builds second career as actor

Engineer builds second career as actor


David Allen/Special to the Town Crier
Actors rehearse for Foothill Music Theatre’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” The cast includes, from left, Tomas Theriot, Todd Wright, Mike Meadors and Ray D’Ambrosio. ...

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Spiritual Life

Christ Episcopal pastor departs Los Altos for new post in SF

Christ Episcopal pastor departs Los Altos for new post in SF


Courtesy of Sara BoaDwee
Christ Episcopal Church celebrated the ministry of the Rev. Dr. Malcolm Young and his wife, Heidi, at a farewell luau June 28.

Members and friends of Christ Episcopal Church bid farewell June 28 to the Rev. Dr. Malcolm C. Yo...

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Magazine

Inside Mountain View

Residents gather at NASA Ames for Pluto Flyby event

Residents gather at NASA Ames for Pluto Flyby event


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
NASA Ames’ Pluto Flyover event kindles the imaginations of young attendees.

Sue Moore watched the July 20, 1969, moon landing beside patients and staff members of the San Francisco hospital where she worked as a nurse...

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Transactions

Los Altos

344 Alvarado Avenue, Rogers Trust to A. Middleton for $1,425,000

1925 Deodara Drive, Chokhawala Trust to G. Kachhawa for $1,625,000

576 Deodara Drive, E. & E. Martin to D. Dang for $1,535,000

1474 Frontero Avenue, W. Reach to Pletcher Trust for $1,810,000

1731 Lantis Lane, F. Hernandez to B. Tully for $1,595,000

1710 Miller Avenue, S. Sharma to Denardi Group for $1,330,000

779 Orange Avenue, S. & H. Carter to J. Lo for $2,445,000

872 Santa Rita Avenue, Clarum Innovative Homes to Z. & K. Aronowitz for $3,850,000

986 Seena Avenue, F. Tang to N. & T. Britz for $1,550,000

Mountain View

217 Ada Avenue #9, D. Cassarino to E. Worley for $590,000

114 East Middlefield Road #A, R. Golden to D. Wang for $435,000

280 Easy Street #407, K. Conner to S. Songy for $425,000

2448 Elka Avenue, J. Murphy to C. & T. Sheckley for $1,175,000

809 Emily Drive, S. & K. Pehrson to J. Brown for $765,000

122 Flynn Avenue #B, J. & A. Berry to Y. Su for $530,000

245 Loreto Street, Miner Trust to R. Pasetto for $1,280,000

2080 Marich Way #24, Tsai Trust to J. Kalyanasundharam for $1,110,000

85 Mercy Street, G. & M. Armanini to J. Katine for $1,501,000

261 O’Keefe Way, G. Johnson to N. Mandagere for $770,000

111 Oak Haven Place, Padgett Trust to Y. Lin for $1,510,000

2255 Showers Drive #252, A. Alunni to D. Clark for $595,000

2255 Showers Drive #394, Ho Trust to B. & L. Kim for $664,000

500 West Middlefield Road #4, M. & R. Saravia to V. Srivastava for $530,000

905 West Middlefield Road #968, D. Park to M. Kroha for $635,000

467 Whisman Park Drive, J. & S. Hsu to C. Yarakaraju for $1,000,000

1046 Wright Avenue #H, M. Howard to D. Grinberg for $595,000

Overall

Los Altos

Total sales: 9

Highest sale: $3,850,000

Lowest sale: $1,330,000

Average sale: $1,907,222

Mountain View

Total sales: 17

Highest sale: $1,510,000

Lowest sale: $425,000

Average sale: $830,000

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