Addressing ongoing need, ECH expands program for teen mental health

A singular message reverberated across social medi...

Full circle: Dancers' orbit leads Mountain View ballet academy to thrive

Full circle: Dancers' orbit leads Mountain View ballet academy to thrive


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Rima Chaeff, left, wi...
MV topples LA in league opener

MV topples LA in league opener


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Mountain View High&#...
Legal crossroads: Where lemon law meets auto fraud

Legal crossroads: Where lemon law meets auto fraud


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Love watching exciting legal ...

10th Train Days comes to LA History Museum this weekend

10th Train Days comes to LA History Museum this weekend


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Last year’s Train Days dre...
'Abbey' breaks mannered romp into its constituent parts at Pear

'Abbey' breaks mannered romp into its constituent parts at Pear


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Pe...
St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle

St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle


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St. Francis High tig...
Carrying on with life  Group finds common cause, community after loss

Carrying on with life Group finds common cause, community after loss


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Ed Irvin and Susan S...

Schools

BCS expansion plan targets Mountain View

Members of the Bullis Charter School community plan to apply this fall to charter a new elementary school with the Mountain View Whisman School District, with the aim of serving a high number of students from low-income families.

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Community

Filmmaker to appear at showing of documentary 'Screenagers'

Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston is scheduled to screen her documentary, “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age,” and participate in a question-and-answer session 5:30-7:15 p.m. Tuesday at Christ Episcopal Church and Ventana School, 1040 B...

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Sports

St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle

St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
St. Francis High tight end Joshua Pakola tries to escape the clutches of a De La Salle defender in Friday night’s game.

The cannon placed in the corner of St. Francis High’s football stadium was primed to fire...

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Letters to the Editor: Measure C, downtown vision, Assistance League

Measure C would prevent ‘downtown nightmare’

When my neighbor stopped by my house this spring and asked me to sign the citizens’ parklands initiative – now Measure C – I did not understand the need for it. Were public parks and public lands really u...

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Special Sections

Addressing ongoing need, ECH expands program for teen mental health

A singular message reverberated across social media Sept.10, World Suicide Prevention Day: Youth suicide rates will not change until each community takes action.

Directors of El Camino Hospital’s After-School Program for Interventions and Resiliency...

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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


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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. Newto...

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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

Stopping the stink: Los Altos Hills launches annual assault on stinkwort weed

Stopping the stink: Los Altos Hills launches annual assault on stinkwort weed

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
A cyclist pedals past stinkwort growing along Natoma Road in Los Altos Hills last week. The town has hired a pest control company to spray the invasive weed with an herbicide. The application is scheduled to start Monday and last for a few days.

Kit Gordon wrapped pl...

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Sports

St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle

St. Francis comes up short against national power De La Salle

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
St. Francis High tight end Joshua Pakola tries to escape the clutches of a De La Salle defender in Friday night’s game.

The cannon placed in the corner of St. Francis High’s football stadium was primed to fire early and often Friday night against De La Salle....

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Community

Filmmaker to appear at showing of documentary 'Screenagers'

Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston is scheduled to screen her documentary, “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age,” and participate in a question-and-answer session 5:30-7:15 p.m. Tuesday at Christ Episcopal Church and Ventana School, 1040 Border Road, Los Altos.

“Screenagers” is the first...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor: Measure C, downtown vision, Assistance League

Measure C would prevent ‘downtown nightmare’

When my neighbor stopped by my house this spring and asked me to sign the citizens’ parklands initiative – now Measure C – I did not understand the need for it. Were public parks and public lands really under threat of development? I didn’t think so.

&n...

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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

uglia

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., the d...

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Schools

BCS expansion plan targets Mountain View

Members of the Bullis Charter School community plan to apply this fall to charter a new elementary school with the Mountain View Whisman School District, with the aim of serving a high number of students from low-income families.

Readmore

Special Sections

Addressing ongoing need, ECH expands program for teen mental health

A singular message reverberated across social media Sept.10, World Suicide Prevention Day: Youth suicide rates will not change until each community takes action.

Directors of El Camino Hospital’s After-School Program for Interventions and Resiliency Education (ASPIRE) last week announced the expans...

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Stepping Out

Theater Briefs

‘Legend’ lives on at Bus Barn

Los Altos Stage Company’s production of Matthew Lopez’s comedy “The Legend of Georgia McBride,” which follows a down-and-out Elvis impersonator who becomes a star drag queen, is set to run through Sept. 30 at Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hil...

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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

uglia

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., the d...

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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