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LASD new hire announces resignation

Los Altos School District Assistant Superintendent Edsel Clark intends to leave the district at the end of the school year. He has served in the position for nine months.

“Sometimes you find yourself naviga...

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Schools

Local high schools compete in robotics tourney this weekend

Local high schools compete in robotics tourney this weekend


Courtesy of Wyn Schuh
The Mountain View High School Robotics Team refines its robot at a competition earlier this year.

Los Altos, Mountain View, Pinewood and St. Francis high schools are scheduled to compete in a regional robotics competition at Sa...

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Community

Save the Date

Save the Date is an ongoing feature that lists notices of special events planned by local nonprofit groups. To add an event to the list, email bruceb@latc.com.

April 23

Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Business EXPO, 4-7 p.m. at the Los Altos Youth Ce...

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Sports

Los Altos High's first color run to benefit athletics

Rain or shine, participants in an upcoming 5K event in Los Altos will be able to get some color.

The inaugural Los Altos High School Color Run – a fundraiser for the athletics program – is scheduled the early evening of April 18 on the campus at 201...

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Special Sections

The key to car remotes

One of my longtime customers came in recently and explained that the keys and remotes to his 2000 VW New Beetle weren’t working.

The customer had three keys – two main keys and one valet key. Most late-model VW keys have the key and remo...

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Business

Business Briefs

The Terraces welcomes new program manager

The Terraces at Los Altos recently named Andrea Margulies program manager for The Grove, the senior living community’s memory support residences.

Using expressive art therapy, Margulies supports olde...

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Books

'Pope Joan' Book weaves tale around legend of female pontiff

'Pope Joan' Book weaves tale around legend of female pontiff


The idea that there may have a female pope at one time in history has generated much speculation throughout the centuries. “Pope Joan” (Crown, 1996) by Donna Woolfolk Cross, does not answer the question; rather, the author has created a detai...

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People

JOHN BATISTICH

JOHN BATISTICH

John Batistich of Los Altos Hills died peacefully on March 12 surrounded by his family. John is survived by his wife Claire Batistich (Vidovich) of 67 years and children Gary Batistich of Lodi and Gay Batistich Abuel-Saud of Menlo Park. He is also ...

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Travel

Eat, hike, soak: Cavallo Point Lodge offers Marin experience

Eat, hike, soak: Cavallo Point Lodge offers Marin experience


Eren Göknar/ Town Crier
Cavallo Point Lodge comprises former U.S. Army buildings, like the Mission Blue Chapel, repurposed for guests seeking a luxurious getaway.

It used to be a place where batteries of soldiers lived, with officers’ quarter...

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Stepping Out

'Fire' ignites in Mtn. View

'Fire' ignites in Mtn. View


Courtesy of Kevin Berne
The cast of “Fire on the Mountain,” includes, from left, Tony Marcus, Harvy Blanks, Molly Andrews and Robert Parsons.

TheatreWorks is slated to present the regional premiere of the musical “Fire on the Mountain” this wee...

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Spiritual Life

Spiritual Life Briefs

Oshman JCC hosts Judaism and Science Symposium

The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center has scheduled its inaugural Judaism and Science Symposium, “An Exploration of the Convergence of Jewish & Scientific Thought,” 5 p.m. April 12 at the JCC’s ...

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Magazine

Food for thought: Hidden Villa programs offer teens training in sustainability on the farm

Food for thought: Hidden Villa programs offer teens training in sustainability on the farm


/Town Crier It’s not all cute and cuddly for teens participating in the eight-week Animal Husbandry Apprenticeship program at Hidden Villa in Los Altos Hills. Mia Mosing of Palo Alto, left, and Sophia Jackson of Los Altos clean the pigpens – one of...

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Community Conversation on planning ahead

Los Altos Forward has scheduled a Community Conversation 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at Linden Tree Books, 265 State St.

Attendees will discuss the question: “Is Los Altos Planning Ahead?”

Local architect Bill Maston will lead the discussion of downtown Los Altos planning efforts. Maston has been involved in planning for Los Altos and Mountain View for several years. He has served on parking, downtown and zoning committees since 1992.

Los Altos Forward, a project of the Los Altos Community Foundation, is a grassroots group that promotes and advocates vibrancy in downtown Los Altos.

Admission is free and open to the public.

To RSVP, visit eventbrite.com/event/9037845439.

For more information, visit losaltosforward.org.

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