Residents play connect-the-burglaries on Nextdoor

Residents play connect-the-burglaries on Nextdoor

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Mtn. View High girls soccer team builds chemistry on and off the field

Mtn. View High girls soccer team builds chemistry on and off the field


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Mountain View High f...
Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper

Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper


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Sixth-graders Shreya...
Los Altos commission chairman arrested for DUI in Palo Alto early Friday

Los Altos commission chairman arrested for DUI in Palo Alto early Friday

CHP officers arrested Los Altos Planning Commissio...

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery


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Tre Monti, an Italia...
Animal shelter overhaul inches forward

Animal shelter overhaul inches forward

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Pets In Need playgrou...

Local residents’ pop-up boutique to help Kenyans runs through Sunday

A fundraiser to help the people of Kenya that bega...

Holiday pop-up comes to downtown Mountain View

The artisan holiday market, ArtPop, returns for a ...

News

FBI raids Los Altos lice-removal business

FBI raids Los Altos lice-removal business

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A FBI representative, in green, reenters LoveBugs following a raid at the Los Altos business Wednesday morning.

FBI agents descended upon the Rancho Shopping Center in Los Altos Wednesday morning (Dec. 5) to execut...

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Schools

Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper

Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Sixth-graders Shreya Goyalpatel, from left, Jordice Towne and Raghav Peruri meet during lunch to plan their next school newspaper meeting. The group created the Coyote Crier this fall.

The free press is alive and wel...

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Community

Local residents’ pop-up boutique to help Kenyans runs through Sunday

A fundraiser to help the people of Kenya that began 10 years ago in a Los Altos family’s living room has evolved into a pop-up boutique that runs through Sunday at the Town & Country Village Shopping Center in Palo Alto.

Caren McNelly McCormick,...

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Sports

Another tough-luck loss for Lancers

Another tough-luck loss for Lancers


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St. Francis High’s Anthony Landphere, above, consoles teammate Andre Bishop after Saturday night’s CCS Open Division II final loss to Valley Christian.

Opeti Fangupo was among the last Lancers to leave the fie...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor - Week of Dec. 5

Inaccurate coverage doomed Measure C

I was very surprised to see the Los Altos Town Crier call the race for the citizens’ initiative Measure C before the Registrar of Voters office had even counted half the ballots. Making that call weeks before all...

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Business

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery


Megan V. WInslow/Town Crier
Tre Monti, an Italian restaurant, is scheduled to officially open at 270 Main St. in early January. Mattia Galiano, Mario Nucci and Giovanni Messina partnered on the eatery to bring traditional Italian cooking to Los Alt...

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People

Harriet Bond Stenberg

Harriet Bond Stenberg

1931-Nov.11, 2018 Harriet was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and graduated from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education.  Harriet first taught school in Hawaii in the late 1950’s and it was during this period of her young life that she fi...

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Magazine

Out and about: Activities for fall and winter fun

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 ev...

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News

FBI raids Los Altos lice-removal business

FBI raids Los Altos lice-removal business
Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
A FBI representative, in green, reenters LoveBugs following a raid at the Los Altos business Wednesday morning.

FBI agents descended upon the Rancho Shopping Center in Los Altos Wednesday morning (Dec. 5) to execute a search warrant at a lice-removal salon.

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Business

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery

Modern recipes meet old-world traditions in new Italian eatery

Megan V. WInslow/Town Crier
Tre Monti, an Italian restaurant, is scheduled to officially open at 270 Main St. in early January. Mattia Galiano, Mario Nucci and Giovanni Messina partnered on the eatery to bring traditional Italian cooking to Los Altos.

Just after Christmas, three business partne...

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Sports

Another tough-luck loss for Lancers

Another tough-luck loss for Lancers

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
St. Francis High’s Anthony Landphere, above, consoles teammate Andre Bishop after Saturday night’s CCS Open Division II final loss to Valley Christian.

Opeti Fangupo was among the last Lancers to leave the field. With his head down and helmet in hand, the two...

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Community

Local residents’ pop-up boutique to help Kenyans runs through Sunday

A fundraiser to help the people of Kenya that began 10 years ago in a Los Altos family’s living room has evolved into a pop-up boutique that runs through Sunday at the Town & Country Village Shopping Center in Palo Alto.

Caren McNelly McCormick, the founder of the nonprofit Kilgoris Project, ha...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor - Week of Dec. 5

Inaccurate coverage doomed Measure C

I was very surprised to see the Los Altos Town Crier call the race for the citizens’ initiative Measure C before the Registrar of Voters office had even counted half the ballots. Making that call weeks before all the votes were in seemed contrary to the best jou...

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Spiritual Life

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

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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People

Harriet Bond Stenberg

Harriet Bond Stenberg

1931-Nov.11, 2018 Harriet was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and graduated from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education.  Harriet first taught school in Hawaii in the late 1950’s and it was during this period of her young life that she first met her future husband, Carl Stenberg, Jr. thr...

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Schools

Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper

Read all about it: Covington gets student-run newspaper

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Sixth-graders Shreya Goyalpatel, from left, Jordice Towne and Raghav Peruri meet during lunch to plan their next school newspaper meeting. The group created the Coyote Crier this fall.

The free press is alive and well at Covington School.

Sixth-graders Raghav Perur...

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Stepping Out

Foothill Symphonic Winds to perform 'Winterscape' concert Sunday

The Foothill Symphonic Winds “Winterscape” concert is set for 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Cubberley Theater, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.

Longtime music director David Bruce Adams will lead the wind ensemble in a program that includes “The Eighth Candle,” “Midnight Sleighride” and “Winter Dances.”

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Obituaries

Harriet Bond Stenberg

Harriet Bond Stenberg

1931-Nov.11, 2018 Harriet was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and graduated from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education.  Harriet first taught school in Hawaii in the late 1950’s and it was during this period of her young life that she first met her future husband, Carl Stenberg, Jr. thr...

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Magazine

Out and about: Activities for fall and winter fun

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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