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LAH council approves  Page Mill Road expansion

LAH council approves Page Mill Road expansion


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
The Los Altos Hills City Council endorsed a plan to widen the congested Page Mill Road to six lanes between the Interstate 280 interchange and Foothill Expressway.

Infamously congested Page Mill Road should be widened to ...

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Schools

Local muralist tells a story of young Los Altos at two schools

Local muralist tells a story of young Los Altos at two schools


Eliza Ridgeway/Town Crier
Los Altos muralist Morgan Bricca, above, created a work at Covington School commissioned by the Class of 2015.

Just as school ended this year, new color bloomed on two Los Altos campuses – public art projects commissi...

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Community

Los Altos girl out to 'squash' inequality: 10-year-old raises funds for female players with motto Equal pay for play

Los Altos girl out to 'squash' inequality: 10-year-old raises funds for female players with motto Equal pay for play


Courtesy of Lisa Bardin
Mika Bardin displays a certificate of participation she received at the 2015 U.S. Junior Squash Championships. Although Mika is not competing in the upcoming NetSuite Open Squash Championships, she is helping other female pl...

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Sports

Hurdling adversity

Hurdling adversity


courtesy of Nicole Goodwin
Ella Goodwin, hurdling, above, has come a long way since her early-childhood battle with leukemia.

While Nicole Goodwin is proud of daughter Ella’s athletic achievements, it’s not her skills on the soccer field...

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Comment

No confidence in civic center proposals: Editorial

Few Los Altos issues have become more convoluted than the development of the 18-acre Hillview civic center property. Most agree that the area, as currently configured, needs improvement. But nothing has happened in the nearly 10 years since serious d...

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Special Sections

Star-spangled manor: Orange Avenue home boasts Americana theme

Star-spangled manor: Orange Avenue home boasts Americana theme


Megan V. WInslow/Town Crier
Los Altos resident Pinky Whelan’s Orange Avenue home features a patriotic theme, evident in her living room decor, her historical collections and displays and her welcoming entrance.

Let’s hear it for the red...

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Business

Thai Silks shutters Los Altos store this month

Thai Silks shutters Los Altos store this month


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
After more than 50 years in business in downtown Los Altos, Thai Silks is closing up shop at 252 State St. by the end of the month. The store will continue to offer its inventory online and via phone.

A longtime downtown ...

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Books

People

ALAN FRAZIER KREMEN, MD, PHD

ALAN FRAZIER KREMEN, MD, PHD

Alan Frazier Kremen, MD, PhD, aged 68, loving father & surgeon, of Stockton peacefully passed away on June 13th, 2015.

Born in Minneapolis on December 17, 1946, he received a BA from Stanford University, 1968, a PhD in Philosophy from the Univ...

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Travel

Venetian spa offers ways to de-stress

Venetian spa offers ways to de-stress


Courtesy of The VEnetian
The HydroSpa in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Venetian in Las Vegas offers a muscle-relaxing bath and radiant lounge chairs.

Vegas cab drivers usually ask if you won or lost as soon as you get in their vehicles. They assum...

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Stepping Out

'Town' closes down

'Town' closes down


Chris Peoples/Special to the Town Crier
Hope Cladwell (played by Krista Joy Serpa) and Bobby Strong (Lewis Rawlinson) get romantic during their duet in “Urinetown: The Musical.”

The Los Altos Stage Company production of “Urinetown: The Musical” ...

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Spiritual Life

Magazine

Living it up Older adults aim to age in place

Living it up Older adults aim to age in place


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Local enthusiasts flock to the Los Altos Senior Center to play bocce ball. The center hosts informal games four days a week and occasional tournaments.

As baby boomers in Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View nose...

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Inside Mountain View

Carrying the torch

Carrying the torch


Members of the Mountain View Police Department carry the Special Olympics torch as they run along El Camino Real between Sunnyvale and Palo Alto June 18. Members of the department participate in the relay annually to show their support for Spec...

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Transactions

Los Altos

561 Cecelia Court, Spates Trust to M. & E. Cabot for $1,200,000

470 Cherry Avenue, P. & D. Hsing to J. Lo for $2,601,000

1719 Christina Drive, Liskovec Trust to D. Danandeh for $1,700,000

1397 Pritchett Court, Koenig Trust to A. Zhu for $2,458,000

110 West Edith Avenue #1, K. McSherry to K. Basiji for $827,000

Los Altos Hills

11921 Hilltop Drive, R. Ellis to Detter Trust for $2,700,000

25299 La Loma Drive, S. Bernardi to H. Nakauchi for $2,250,000

2102 Old Page Mill Road, Petry Trust to S. Segev for $1,950,000

Mountain View

456 Chesley Avenue, C. Russell to D. & C. Darling for $1,788,000

169 College Street, J. Leung to J. & E. Howard for $850,000

1031 Crestview Drive #211, S. Oueini to A. Hu for $552,000

505 Cypress Point Drive #149, Edgeworth Trust to W. Ko for $392,000

191 Darya Court, J. Coloprisco to M. Nakamura for $760,000

881 Linda Vista Avenue, Javier Trust to H. Liang for $848,000

123 Montelena Court, J. Farrell to E. Ophir for $1,160,000

156 Pacchetti Way, Lu Trust to Q. Zhou for $720,000

847 Runningwood Circle, R. Lopez to A. Kannan for $1,035,000

271 Velarde Street, T. Tonty to J. & R. Beckert for $3,315,000

500 West Middlefield Road #189, M. Utter to J. Bocek for $405,000

751 West Middlefield Road #E, J. & P. Henderson to F. & J. Chen for $670,000

Overall

Los Altos

Total sales: 5

Highest sale: $2,601,000

Lowest sale: $827,000

Average sale: $1,757,200

Los Altos Hills

Total sales: 3

Highest sale: $2,700,000

Lowest sale: $1,950,000

Average sale: $2,300,000

Mountain View

Total sales: 12

Highest sale: $3,315,000

Lowest sale: $392,000

Average sale: $1,041,250

– Information provided by California REsource. Neither CalREsource nor the Town Crier are liable for errors or omissions.

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