MV police crack mailbox theft case, arrest 7

MV police crack mailbox theft case, arrest 7

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Lancers make it when it matters most

Lancers make it when it matters most


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St. Francis High’s P...
Finding Fido: Holidays prompt spike in missing pets

Finding Fido: Holidays prompt spike in missing pets

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Los Altos residen...
New mayor, members take seats on MV council

New mayor, members take seats on MV council


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New Mountai...
Healthier MV boys team shoots for soccer playoffs

Healthier MV boys team shoots for soccer playoffs

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Mountain View Hig...
Celebrity Forum kicks off year with foreign policy expert Bremmer

Celebrity Forum kicks off year with foreign policy expert Bremmer


Bremmer

The 51st season of the Foothill Col...

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Budding artist uses vivid imagination as force for change

Budding artist uses vivid imagination as force for change

4 DAYS AGO  |  Angie Wang - Town Crier Editorial Intern


Courtesy of Aria Luna
Aria Luna’s exhibition “Fusion Tide” takes a fantastical look at a real issue, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Her monster cr...

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AAUW to mark Roe v. Wade anniversary with Tuesday event in Los Altos

AAUW to mark Roe v. Wade anniversary with Tuesday event in Los Altos

4 DAYS AGO  |  Los Altos Town Crier Staff - Town Crier Report


Courtesy of Allyson Johnson
Advocates Delores Davison, from left, Vicki Reeder, Pat Blackie, Allyson Johnson and Claire Noonan support women’s suffr...

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Lancers make it when it matters most

Lancers make it when it matters most

4 DAYS AGO  |  Pete Borello - Staff Writer/peteb@latc.com


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St. Francis High’s Paige Uyehara drives to the basket against Cathedral’s Alani Gainer in Friday night’s league game.
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Editorial: Thumbs up for January

4 DAYS AGO  |  Los Altos Town Crier Staff

In the wake of recent news to start the year – yes, we’re all thumbs.

Thumbs-up: To the 2019 Mountain View City Council, which saw three newly electe...

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Explaining differences between patient advocate and geriatric care manager

4 DAYS AGO  |  Carol Marak

A few weeks ago, a reader asked, “Can you tell me the differences between a geriatric care manager and a patient advocate? I hear the two terms freque...

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Business

Keller Williams prepares to officially open Main Street location in downtown Los Altos

Keller Williams prepares to officially open Main Street location in downtown Los Altos

4 DAYS AGO  |  Melissa Hartman - Staff Writer/melissah@latc.com


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Keller Williams Bay Area Estates recently moved into a suite at 400 Main St. in Los Altos, above. While staff from the R...

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People

Wilbur P. Clarke

Wilbur P. Clarke

4 DAYS AGO  |  Los Altos Town Crier Staff

January 24, 1929 – January 4, 2019 Wilbur Clarke entered through gates of heaven to join his wife on January 4th. They were married for 70 years. He w...

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Gunshots inside home lead to charges for MV man

16 HOURS AGO
Gunshots inside home lead to charges for MV man

A Mountain View man faces a litany of charges after firing a gun inside a downtown apartment building Monday (Jan. 14). No one was injured during the incident.

Bautista

Fernando Bautista, 34, is charged with shooting at an inhabited dwelling, assault with a firearm, child endangerment, battery...

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MV police arrest third suspect in human trafficking case

17 HOURS AGO

Mountain View Police Department officers have arrested a third person in connection to a human trafficking operation they unraveled last month.

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Schools

Budding artist uses vivid imagination as force for change

2 DAYS AGO
Budding artist uses vivid imagination as force for change

Courtesy of Aria Luna
Aria Luna’s exhibition “Fusion Tide” takes a fantastical look at a real issue, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Her monster creation, Bogo Mogo, above, has a hunger for plastic and must be stopped by the mythical protectors of the sea.

In the middle of a cafe on a late Sat...

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JustREAD: Nonprofit tutoring organization seeks volunteers

2 DAYS AGO

JustREAD, a local nonprofit organization, is recruiting volunteers to work with students for one-on-one literacy and math tutoring on campus during the school day.

There are tutoring opportunities at Mountain View High School, as well as at elementary and middle schools in the Mountain View Whisman...

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Community

AAUW to mark Roe v. Wade anniversary with Tuesday event in Los Altos

2 DAYS AGO
AAUW to mark Roe v. Wade anniversary with Tuesday event in Los Altos

Courtesy of Allyson Johnson
Advocates Delores Davison, from left, Vicki Reeder, Pat Blackie, Allyson Johnson and Claire Noonan support women’s suffrage.

The Los Altos-Mountain View branch of the American Association of University Women is scheduled to commemorate the 46th anniversary of the Roe...

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Meditation group offers weekly sessions in MV

2 DAYS AGO

Insight Meditation South Bay has scheduled an evening of meditation and landscape images with local photographer Rex Naden 7:30-9 p.m. Jan. 29 at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 2094 Grant Road, Mountain View.

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Sports

Lancers make it when it matters most

2 DAYS AGO
Lancers make it when it matters most

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
St. Francis High’s Paige Uyehara drives to the basket against Cathedral’s Alani Gainer in Friday night’s league game.

For the first three quarters of Friday’s game, the St. Francis High girls basketball team couldn’t make a shot. Layups rolled off the rim and jumpers...

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Healthier MV boys team shoots for soccer playoffs

2 DAYS AGO
Healthier MV boys team shoots for soccer playoffs
Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Mountain View High’s Aaron Walters leaps over Los Altos High’s Nick Fletcher.

Beset by injuries last season, the Mountain View High boys soccer team missed the playoffs for the first time in a decade. The Spartans have enjoyed better health this year, and coach Ji...

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Editorial: Thumbs up for January

2 DAYS AGO

In the wake of recent news to start the year – yes, we’re all thumbs.

Thumbs-up: To the 2019 Mountain View City Council, which saw three newly elected members sworn in last week, along with the appointment of a new mayor and vice mayor. As mayor, Lisa Matichak brings a level-headed approach to lead...

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Editor's Notebook: Life on Mars, Los Altos

2 DAYS AGO

My wife and I began the new year by binge-watching two seasons of National Geographic television’s “Mars.” Once we got past the streaming issues and some low-resolution moments, we found ourselves enjoying a pretty riveting series.

“Mars,” produced by the acclaimed filmmaker Ron Howard (who starred...

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Special Sections

Explaining differences between patient advocate and geriatric care manager

2 DAYS AGO

A few weeks ago, a reader asked, “Can you tell me the differences between a geriatric care manager and a patient advocate? I hear the two terms frequently and wonder if they are the same.” Following is a rundown of the basic differences.

A patient advocate can assist anyone of any age – he or she i...

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LA Senior Program Briefs: January 16

2 DAYS AGO

The Los Altos Senior Program is located at Hillview Community Center, 97 Hillview Ave. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays.

The Grant Park Senior Program is located at 1575 Holt Ave. Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.

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Business

Keller Williams prepares to officially open Main Street location in downtown Los Altos

2 DAYS AGO
Keller Williams prepares to officially open Main Street location in downtown Los Altos

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Keller Williams Bay Area Estates recently moved into a suite at 400 Main St. in Los Altos, above. While staff from the Residential Sales department have been working out of the space since November, the grand opening will likely take place in late February or early Marc...

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Mountain View Starbucks on Cuesta closes permanently after business evaluation

2 DAYS AGO
Mountain View Starbucks on Cuesta closes permanently after business evaluation

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
The storefront at 809 Cuesta Drive in Mountain View, former home to Starbucks, indicates its vacancy, with black bags taped to the door and windows just days after its closure. A sign posted in the window around Christmas announced that the coffee shop would shutter per...

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People

Wilbur P. Clarke

2 DAYS AGO
Wilbur P. Clarke

January 24, 1929 – January 4, 2019 Wilbur Clarke entered through gates of heaven to join his wife on January 4th. They were married for 70 years. He was 89 years of age. Wilbur was very devoted to his Catholic faith, the Blessed Virgin Mary and prayed the rosary daily. He passed away peacefully in h...

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Rozella “Angie” Nichols

2 DAYS AGO
Rozella “Angie” Nichols

(1/11/1943 - 12/31/2018) Rozella Nichols passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018 at the age of 75 in Lodi, Ca. Rozella was born to parents Harvey and Anna Marie Clark on January 11, 1943 in Napa, CA. Rozella married her late husband in 1975 and raised two children together, Terry and Wanda Nichols,...

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Obituaries

Wilbur P. Clarke

2 DAYS AGO
Wilbur P. Clarke

January 24, 1929 – January 4, 2019 Wilbur Clarke entered through gates of heaven to join his wife on January 4th. They were married for 70 years. He was 89 years of age. Wilbur was very devoted to his Catholic faith, the Blessed Virgin Mary and prayed the rosary daily. He passed away peacefully in h...

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Rozella “Angie” Nichols

2 DAYS AGO
Rozella “Angie” Nichols

(1/11/1943 - 12/31/2018) Rozella Nichols passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018 at the age of 75 in Lodi, Ca. Rozella was born to parents Harvey and Anna Marie Clark on January 11, 1943 in Napa, CA. Rozella married her late husband in 1975 and raised two children together, Terry and Wanda Nichols,...

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Stepping Out

PA Players presents 'Shakespeare in Love'

2 DAYS AGO

Palo Alto Players is slated to present “Shakespeare in Love” Friday through Feb. 3 at the Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.

A stage adaptation of the 1998 Oscar-winning film, the romantic romp imagines the forbidden love affair between William Shakespeare and the woman who insp...

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PYT's 'Cat' runs this weekend

2 DAYS AGO
PYT's 'Cat' runs this weekend

Peninsula Youth Theatre’s “The Cat in the Hat” is scheduled Friday and Saturday at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, SecondStage, 500 Castro St.

The play is a theater adaptation of the classic children’s book by Dr. Seuss.

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Spiritual Life

Pastor's Perspective: A moment and a message in the aftermath of the synagogue tragedy

2 MONTHS AGO

Oct. 28 was supposed to be a festival day in our congregation. The sanctuary had been decorated for the day. Two trumpet players were scheduled to play. Our talented organist, who had been on leave, was back. The bells would play and the choir sing. But as I put on my robes that morning, they felt...

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Spiritual Life Briefs - Week of Nov. 7

2 MONTHS AGO
 Spiritual Life Briefs - Week of Nov. 7

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Event celebrates arrival of French pastor

The French Catholic community has scheduled a “Beaujolais Nouveau” wine and cheese event 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at St. Nicholas Hall, 473 Lincoln Ave., Los Altos.

Proceeds from the event will contribute to establishing the newly hired French-sp...

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Magazine

Out and about: Activities for fall and winter fun

2 MONTHS AGO
Out and about: Activities for fall and winter fun
Courtesy of MVCPA
“The Elves and the Shoemaker” plays at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts SecondStage.

Opportunities abound to catch the spirit of the season in the local area. The following roundup includes family-friendly events ranging from annual tree-lighting ceremonies ...

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Riding into winter: Annual Greentown event celebrates solstice

2 MONTHS AGO
Riding into winter: Annual Greentown event celebrates solstice
Courtesy of Gary Hedden
GreenTown’s annual Winter Solstice Night Bike Ride attracts cyclists of all ages and experience

GreenTown Los Altos has planned one of its longest bike rides for the shortest day of the year. The grassroots environmental group has scheduled its fourth annual Winter So...

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