The Los Altos Bears project, a public art event and fundraiser initiated by the Rotary Club of Los Altos, celebrates coming out of pandemic hibernation.

David Patou will embark on his longest bike ride – 211 miles – Aug. 7 to raise money for cancer research. The former Los Altos Hills resident will be among the 6,000 cyclists participating in the Pan-Mass Challenge, an annual event in Massachusetts that raises money for the Dana-Farber Cance…

Lingering COVID-19 concerns may have nixed Los Altos Hills’ annual town picnic, but residents and staff members have pivoted to offer a more socially distanced alternative in the form of a free classic car show.

The nonprofit Arts Los Altos recently sponsored installation of “Nevicata” – a pendant light created by the artist duo HYBYCOZO – inside the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce building in Lincoln Park. The pendant lamp design casts shadows that exhibit snowflake patterns, with bright, dynamic lig…

Many people added dogs to their families during the pandemic, but because of quarantine, they haven’t brought them into many social situations. As people and dogs step back into the world, owners are discovering that their pets have reactivity problems such as barking at other people and dog…

The friends and family of six Los Altos-based Scouts recently celebrated earning their Eagle Scout rank, the highest designation in Scouts BSA, formerly known as Boy Scouts of America.

Local artist groups Allied Artists West and Monday Night Poets have collaborated to mount an exhibition of art and poetry that spotlights the issue of homelessness, challenges people’s perceptions of what it means to be unhoused and promotes the work done by local organizations.

Work is underway on a mural on the wall of the Citibank building at the rear of Veterans Community Plaza. The plaza is located at the intersection of State and Main streets in downtown Los Altos.

ASKA, the new flying car dealership in downtown Los Altos, hosted a “Cars and Coffee” event Saturday morning featuring classic cars of the past and its flying car of the future.

Despite the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, Los Altos Hills officials have decided to remain cautious and celebrate the July 4 holiday with a parade of vehicles.