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Police Blotter

Fire damages Los Altos Hills home

Santa Clara County firefighters extinguished a structure fire on West Loyola Drive in Los Altos Hills Sunday afternoon.

According to officials, the fire appeared to be unintentional and was contained to a bedroom a...

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Schools

Waldorf sponsors annual Holiday Faire

Waldorf sponsors annual Holiday Faire


Ellie Van Houtte/Town Crier
Children decorate cookies at Waldorf School of the Peninsula’s Holiday Faire last year.

Waldorf School of the Peninsula has scheduled it 29th annual Holiday Faire 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 6 at its Los Altos campus, 1...

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Community

Deadline looms for MV Kiwanis Club grant requests

Monday is the deadline to submit a grant request to the Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Foundation.

Last year, the club presented grant awards to 31 local nonprofit organizations. The club has disbursed more than $1 million in grant requests over the ...

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Sports

St. Francis girls finish fourth at state golf championships

No golf team from Northern California beat the St. Francis High girls this year – the Lancers followed an undefeated regular season by claiming section and regional titles – but three Southern California squads did at last week’s st...

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Comment

Thanksgiving on Lanai: No Shoes, Please

I was in Hawaii a couple of weeks ago and visited Lanai, a small island of roughly 3,000 inhabitants. It was famously purchased in 2012 by Oracle Corp.’s co-founder and chairman, Larry Ellison, who now owns 98 percent of it. The other 2 percen...

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Special Sections

NASA, Google agreement preserves Hangar One

NASA, Google agreement preserves Hangar One


Bruce Barton/Town Crier
Hangar One, pictured here last January, will be restored under an agreement between Google and NASA.

NASA and Google Inc. forged an agreement last week that allows Google to lease a portion of NASA’s historic Moffett Fede...

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Business

SILVAR recognized for global achievement

SILVAR recognized for global achievement


courtesy of SILVAR
SILVAR’s Paul Cardus, left, and David Tonna display the organization’s NAR Platinum Awards.

The National Association of Realtors recognized the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors (SILVAR) for the second time with ...

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Books

Children's author signs books at Linden Tree

Children's author signs books at Linden Tree


Author Tiffany Papageorge is scheduled to sign copies of new her book 11 a.m. Dec. 6 at Linden Tree Books, 265 State St., Los Altos.

Papageorge’s “My Yellow Balloon” (Minoan Moon, 2014) is a Mom’s Choice “Gold” winner. In the book, the Los Gat...

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People

RICHARD CAMPBELL WAUGH

RICHARD CAMPBELL WAUGH

Richard Campbell Waugh of Los Altos Hills, Ca. died at home October 31, 2014 surrounded by his family and caregivers.

Dick was born 1917, in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He earned a BS in chemistry from University of Arkansas and a PhD in organic chemi...

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Travel

Weekday Wanderlust highlights the joys of armchair travel

Weekday Wanderlust highlights the joys of armchair travel


Dan Prothero/Special to the Town Crier
Travel writers at the October gathering of the Weekday Wanderlust group include, from left, James Nestor, Kimberley Lovato, Paul Rauber, Marcia DeSanctis and Lavinia Spalding.

Travel writing should either ̶...

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Stepping Out

Pacific Ballet's 'Nutcracker' opens Friday in downtown Mtn. View

The Pacific Ballet Academy is back with its 24th annual production of “The Nutcracker,” scheduled this weekend in downtown Mountain View.

The story follows young Clara as she falls into a dream where her beloved nutcracker becomes the daring prince ...

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Magazine

Christmas At Our House home tour celebrates 26 years

Christmas At Our House home tour celebrates 26 years


Courtesy of Christopher Stark
Homes on the St. Francis High School Women’s Club’s Christmas at Our House Holiday Home Tour showcase a variety of architectural styles.

The days grow short on sunshine but long on nostalgia as the holidays approach...

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"Peter Pan" takes flight Saturday afternoon; runs through Nov. 17


“Peter Pan” is scheduled to run Saturday through Nov. 17 in Mountain View.

Peninsula Youth Theatre’s production of the family musical “Peter Pan” is scheduled to open Saturday and run through Nov. 17 at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.

The musical centers around Peter, Wendy, Michael, John and Tinker Bell as they soar to Neverland to battle the dastardly Captain Hook.

Based on the play by James M. Barrie, “Peter Pan” features lyrics by Carolyn Leigh and music by Mark Charlap.

Michael Champlin directs the PYT production, which stars several young actors from the area.

Performances are scheduled 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 1 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Nov. 14, 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 and 1 p.m. Nov. 17.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $16 for seniors and children, with additional discounts for school-day performances. Children who dress as pirates will receive a piece of pirate’s treasure.

For tickets and more information, call 903-6000 or visit pytnet.org.

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