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News

Effective today, library cards free again in Los Altos

Both Los Altos libraries should see a spike in use soon. After the elimination of an $80 annual card fee that had been in place since 2011, nonresidents will receive free library cards at local libraries, effective today.

Residents of Mountain View ...

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Schools

Almond fifth-graders set sail at Shoreline

Almond fifth-graders set sail at Shoreline


Courtesy of Corinne Finegan Machatzke
Fifth- graders at Almond School launched the boats they designed and built at Shoreline Lake last month.

Almond School fifth-graders boarded their handmade boats at Shoreline Lake in Mountain View last month to...

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Community

Taking it back to 'The Streets': Local filmmaker aims to revive 1970s series 'Streets of San Francisco'

Taking it back to 'The Streets': Local filmmaker aims to revive 1970s series 'Streets of San Francisco'


Courtesy of Charles Alley
Charles Alley’s filmmaking company may be based in Mountain View, but he knows all about “The Streets of San Francisco.” He’s rebooting the 1970s TV classic.

When people look for the next hit TV show, they often assume ...

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Sports

Enjoying the moment


Courtesy of Dick D’OlivA
Former Golden State Warriors trainer Dick D’Oliva, from left, wife Vi, former Warriors assistant coach Joe Roberts and wife Celia ride on a cable car in the victory parade.

Dick D’Oliva almost couldn’...

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Comment

The death knell of suburbia: A Piece of My Mind

The orchards are gone. The single-story ranch house is seen as a waste of valuable land and air space. An eight-lane freeway thunders past the bridle paths in Los Altos Hills. But nothing has signaled the death of suburbia more strongly than the ann...

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Special Sections

While competent & safe, MKC still can't catch European competitors

While competent & safe, MKC still can't catch European competitors


courtesy of Ford
The 2015 Lincoln MKC doesn’t overwhelm as far as overall performance goes, but it does offer comfortable ride quality.

Of all the auto companies with headquarters in the United States, only Ford managed to weather the great re...

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Business

Company installs EV charging stations at LAHS

Company installs EV charging stations at LAHS


Courtesy of Green Charge
Officials from Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District celebrate the installation of electric-vehicle charging stations at Los Altos High last week.

The Mountain View Los Alto...

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Books

People

HILDA CLAIRE FENTON

Hilda Claire Fenton, beloved wife and mom to 9, grandmother to 30 and great grandmother to 22, passed away June 20 following a long illness. She was 90.

Hilda was born Sept. 28, 1924, to Lois and Gus Farley then of Logan, W. Va. While she was still ...

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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

Cast carries 'Arcadia'

Cast carries 'Arcadia'


Courtesy of Pear Avenue Theatre
“Arcadia” stars Monica Ammerman and Robert Sean Campbell.

The intimate setting of Mountain View’s Pear Avenue Theatre proves the perfect place to stage “Arcadia,” allowing audience members to feel as though they a...

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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

814 Covington Road, Demartini Trust to C. Goh for $1,500,000

240 Delphi Court, Sievers Trust to N. Kothari for $2,328,000

1691 Holt Avenue, Miller Trust to C. & R. Alexander for $1,665,000

Los Altos Hills

14415 Miranda Court, Goldsobel Trust to Ahrens Trust for $5,100,000

Mountain View

201 Ada Avenue #33, C. & D. Castillo to R. Cablayan for $624,000

3568 Amherst Court, J. Wise to L. Liu for $1,680,000

1224 Arbor Court, K. Porter to J. Wilson for $1,580,000

1440 Brookdale Avenue, Gonzales Trust to D. Gangal for $1,410,000

938 Clark Avenue #48, D. Thomas to E. Lundberg for $672,000

99 E. Middlefield Road #28, E. Mezias to D. Shokarev for $515,000

344 Fay Way, A. Patil to Bove Trust for $1,030,000

121 Flynn Avenue #C, V. Nguyen to S. Gray for $452,500

753 Independence Avenue, A. & M. Galeno to C. & L. Hicken for $765,000

536 McCarty Avenue, Yee Trust to Safari Ventures for $1,008,500

1945 Mt. Vernon Court #4, Hetherington & Lee Trust to S. Yu for $580,000

125 Ortega Avenue, Q. Bian to D. Tauber for $757,500

157 Ortega Avenue, Wong Trust to D. Kuperman for $910,000

131 Pacchetti Way, D. Rees to D. Hsia for $920,000

303 Preston Drive, Freitas Trust to Flinchum Trust for $1,700,000

285 Stierlin Road, T. Roomi to Balakrishnan Trust for $1,500,000

2027 Tripiano Court, Korstad Trust to X. Launay for $2,400,000

300 Whisman Station Drive, A. & Y. Barsov to C. Luong for $930,000

Cupertino

20710 Dunbar Drive, Kwan Trust to S. Go for $2,200,000

21946 Hyannisport Drive, Palmiotto Trust to R. Li for $1,600,000

10553 S. Blaney Avenue, Gorges Trust to X. Li for $1,300,000

21099 White Fir Court, A. Boehner to N. Tam for $760,000

Overall

Los Altos

Total sales: 3

Highest sale: $2,328,000

Lowest sale: $1,500,000

Average sale: $1,831,000

Los Altos Hills

Total sales: 1

Highest sale: $5,100,000

Lowest sale: $5,100,000

Average sale: $5,100,000

Mountain View

Total sales: 18

Highest sale: $2,400,000

Lowest sale: $452,500

Average sale: $1,079,694

Cupertino

Total sales: 4

Highest sale: $2,200,000

Lowest sale: $760,000

Average sale: $1,465,000

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