LAHS Bee Club generates buzz on seeds

LAHS Bee Club generates buzz on seeds


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The Los Altos High Sch...
PYT's 'Au Cabaret' fundraiser set for Saturday in Mtn. View

PYT's 'Au Cabaret' fundraiser set for Saturday in Mtn. View


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Ben Rogers of Los ...
Spartans stumble at home

Spartans stumble at home


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Senior Jacob ...
Los Altos founders of Ruti direct fashion startup with Tel Aviv twist

Los Altos founders of Ruti direct fashion startup with Tel Aviv twist


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The Ruti fashion line fea...
Grandma's pizza earns silver

Grandma's pizza earns silver


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State of Mind Public Hous...
'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language

'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language


Let’s face it, because we’re human, the poss...

Research study reveals young women and girls lack recommended exercise

Research study reveals young women and girls lack recommended exercise

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Mountain View Hig...

News

On 9/11 anniversary, cyber-security expert warns LAH community of new threats

On 9/11 anniversary, cyber-security expert warns LAH community of new threats

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Former Air Force officer, tech CEO and author James McFarlin describes past and current cyber-security threats during a Sept. 11 Los Altos Hills Club luncheon at Fremont Hills Country Club.

If James McFarlin’s Sept...

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Schools

Looming 10th-site decision frays district-BCS relationship

The Los Altos School District Board of Trustees not only discussed the 10th-school-site decision at its Sept. 10 board meeting, but also decried a lack of transparency from the Bullis Charter School Board of Directors.

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Community

AAUW kick-off meeting focuses on gender equity

AAUW kick-off meeting focuses on gender equity


Courtesy of Allyson Johnson
Girls who attended the Grace Hopper Tech Trek Science Camp at Stanford over the summer are slated to speak at Sunday’s AAUW meeting. Front, from left: Maddie Chin, Souf Rivkin, Astra Tulac and Grace Cai. Back: Kate Stone...

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Sports

Spartans stumble at home

Spartans stumble at home


Ken Flax/Special to the Town Crier
Senior Jacob Cortinas, carrying the ball against Capuchino, led Mountain View High in rushing Saturday.

After slumping to 1-3 with Saturday’s 38-32 home loss to Capuchino, the Mountain View High football tea...

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Letters to the Editor: Week of Sept. 19

Measure C not the way to protect parks

Having worked in local government for 35 years, I can honestly say Measure C is a terrible piece of legislation. Parks and open space should be protected, but this is not the way to do it.

Measure C shows a se...

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Special Sections

'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language

'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language


Let’s face it, because we’re human, the possibilities for screwing up are infinite. These range from everyday hurts to big betrayals. How these mistakes impact you and your important relationships depend on what happens next.

Obviously, an apo...

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Business

MV Community Shuttle renewed through 2019

MV Community Shuttle renewed through 2019


Courtesy of the City of Mountain View
The Mountain View Community Shuttle, a pilot program that has ferried more than a half-million riders, has been renewed through 2019.
 
 

The Mountain View Community Shuttle pilot program, now in ...

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People

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes

Fraguglia

Longtime Los Altos resident Jean Newton Fraguglia, a well-liked and respected local public relations entrepreneur who helped launch the trailblazing Rotary AIDS Project, died Sept. 5 at her home. She was 67.

Born Jan. 13, 1951, Mrs. N...

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Magazine

Time to choose: Move, remodel or build?


Courtesy of Janet Guerriero
Design-build firms house architects and construction together to offer a more accurate cost estimate.

In these days of ever-increasing Bay Area real estate prices, homeowners ask me this question on a weekly basis: ...

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News

On 9/11 anniversary, cyber-security expert warns LAH community of new threats

On 9/11 anniversary, cyber-security expert warns LAH community of new threats
Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Former Air Force officer, tech CEO and author James McFarlin describes past and current cyber-security threats during a Sept. 11 Los Altos Hills Club luncheon at Fremont Hills Country Club.

If James McFarlin’s Sept. 11 presentation to the Los Altos Hills Club reso...

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Business

MV Community Shuttle renewed through 2019

MV Community Shuttle renewed through 2019

Courtesy of the City of Mountain View
The Mountain View Community Shuttle, a pilot program that has ferried more than a half-million riders, has been renewed through 2019.
 
 

The Mountain View Community Shuttle pilot program, now in its fourth year, has been extended through the end...

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Sports

Spartans stumble at home

Spartans stumble at home

Ken Flax/Special to the Town Crier
Senior Jacob Cortinas, carrying the ball against Capuchino, led Mountain View High in rushing Saturday.

After slumping to 1-3 with Saturday’s 38-32 home loss to Capuchino, the Mountain View High football team seems eager for the fresh start that comes with ...

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Community

AAUW kick-off meeting focuses on gender equity

AAUW kick-off meeting focuses on gender equity

Courtesy of Allyson Johnson
Girls who attended the Grace Hopper Tech Trek Science Camp at Stanford over the summer are slated to speak at Sunday’s AAUW meeting. Front, from left: Maddie Chin, Souf Rivkin, Astra Tulac and Grace Cai. Back: Kate Stone, Alice Gerchanofsky, Taylor Ewan and Alexandra Se...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor: Week of Sept. 19

Measure C not the way to protect parks

Having worked in local government for 35 years, I can honestly say Measure C is a terrible piece of legislation. Parks and open space should be protected, but this is not the way to do it.

Measure C shows a serious lack of understanding of how cities work and...

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Spiritual Life

Foothills Congregational welcomes new pastor

Foothills Congregational welcomes new pastor

Breedlove

A yearlong pastoral search led to the arrival of the Rev. Dr. Christopher Breedlove, new senior pastor at Foothills Congregational Church in Los Altos.

Breedlove, his wife, Amy, and their four children come to Foothills from the Community United Church of Christ in Fresno. He also se...

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People

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes
Fraguglia

Longtime Los Altos resident Jean Newton Fraguglia, a well-liked and respected local public relations entrepreneur who helped launch the trailblazing Rotary AIDS Project, died Sept. 5 at her home. She was 67.

Born Jan. 13, 1951, Mrs. Newton Fraguglia was raised in Sioux Falls, S.D., t...

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Schools

Looming 10th-site decision frays district-BCS relationship

The Los Altos School District Board of Trustees not only discussed the 10th-school-site decision at its Sept. 10 board meeting, but also decried a lack of transparency from the Bullis Charter School Board of Directors.

Readmore

Special Sections

'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language

'I'm sorry': Embracing the most healing words in language

Let’s face it, because we’re human, the possibilities for screwing up are infinite. These range from everyday hurts to big betrayals. How these mistakes impact you and your important relationships depend on what happens next.

Obviously, an apology is required. And while we are told apologies ...

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Stepping Out

Pear's 'Northanger Abbey' closes Sunday in Mountain View

Pear Theatre’s “Northanger Abbey” – adapted by Pear founder Diane Tasca from the novel by Jane Austen – is set to run through Sunday in Mountain View.

Pear is staging two productions of “Abbey” – one with a senior cast of adult actors and the other with a junior cast featuring members of Pear Seeds...

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Obituaries

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes

Jean Newton: Beloved PR specialist lent her expertise to good causes
Fraguglia

Longtime Los Altos resident Jean Newton Fraguglia, a well-liked and respected local public relations entrepreneur who helped launch the trailblazing Rotary AIDS Project, died Sept. 5 at her home. She was 67.

Born Jan. 13, 1951, Mrs. Newton Fraguglia was raised in Sioux Falls, S.D., t...

Readmore

Magazine

Time to choose: Move, remodel or build?


Courtesy of Janet Guerriero
Design-build firms house architects and construction together to offer a more accurate cost estimate.

In these days of ever-increasing Bay Area real estate prices, homeowners ask me this question on a weekly basis: Should I move, remodel or build a new home?

Readmore

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