Downtown Los Altos First Friday returns this week after year’s hiatus

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Members of the Sunday Seven band entertain during a past First Friday. The event returns Friday.

After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, downtown First Friday events are set to make a comeback.

Car parade, proclamation greet Los Altos volunteer on 90th birthday

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Los Altos Mayor Neysa Fligor reads a proclamation during Pinky Whelan's 90th birthday celebration, commemorating Whelan for her volunteer work.

Longtime Los Altos volunteer Pinky Whelan received the VIP treatment March 23, her 90th birthday, with an elaborate car parade and drive-by salute at her home on Orange Avenue.

Shoup Park tree-planting event honors memory of longtime resident Bea Teer

Surely, Bea Teer would have been smiling in approval.

Duck-napped: Fiberglass statue returned in MV

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Surveillance footage captures a suspect in the process of stealing a fiberglass duck from a Mountain View residence. Click to enlarge.

Let the duck puns fly.

Los Altos, Los Altos Hills present ‘State of the Cities’ online Friday

The annual Los Altos-Los Altos Hills “State of the Cities” luncheon is scheduled as a virtual event 11:30 a.m. Friday.

AAUW pushes equal pay resolution in 3 cities

Representatives of the Los Altos/Mountain View branch of the American Association of University Women have proposed a resolution to the Los Altos, Mountain View and Los Altos Hills city council proclaiming today as Equal Pay Day.


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