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City sees office workers squeezed into tighter spaces
With Mountain View facing a possible avalanche of traffic congestion and gentrification from 5.5 million square feet of office... Last comment 17 hours ago | 18 comments

Rallying support to reopen schools
Neighborhood representatives in northeast Mountain View are prepared to lay out several proposals at Thursday's Mountain... Last comment 7 hours ago | 20 comments

Library bike repair station open to the public
Stuck without tools and need to fix your bike? Lucky for you the city's efforts to be bike friendly now include a new bike... Last comment on Apr 19, 2014 at 3:44 pm | 18 comments

 
 
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Huge resident turnout supports bringing back a Whisman-Slater school
Parents and kids alike came out in big numbers Thursday night to show support for reopening an elementary school in the Whisman and Slater neighborhoods. Friday, 1:59 PM | 21 comments

Woman rifles through mailboxes, witness tells police
Police received a report that a woman was carrying a large quantity of mail, and was allegedly entering private property and looking through mailboxes along the 100 block of Mercy Street. Friday, 1:46 PM

Campaign to raise MV's minimum wage heats up
Local activists are organizing residents to speak to the City Council on Tuesday, April 22, in an effort to have the city's minimum wage increased. Friday, 10:00 AM

City sees office workers squeezed into tighter spaces
With Mountain View facing a possible avalanche of traffic congestion and gentrification from 5.5 million square feet of office growth in the development pipeline, the question of how many employees companies choose to pack into their buildings is as important a factor as ever, and one that city officials say is hard to pin down. Thursday, 9:36 AM | 18 comments

Garden debuts at Theuerkauf elementary
While environmental groups prepare to commemorate Earth Day next week, students in elementary schools across Mountain View are getting their hands dirty, and experiencing a little bit of Earth Day every day. Thursday, 11:46 AM | 4 comments

Gang confrontation leads to three arrests
Police arrested two men and one juvenile after they allegedly tried to instigate a gang fight at the 200 block of Higdon Avenue. Thursday, 7:39 AM | 6 comments

Four more arrested in connection to arson fire
The Mountain View Police Department arrested four more juveniles in its ongoing investigation of the drug- and alcohol-fueled parties and subsequent arson fire that destroyed a house on Fordham Way last month. Wednesday, 10:42 AM | 7 comments

Library bike repair station opens to the public
Stuck without tools and need to fix your bike? Lucky for you the city's efforts to be bike friendly now include a free bike repair station in front of the city library. Tuesday, 1:55 PM | 18 comments

Rallying support to reopen schools
Neighborhood representatives in northeast Mountain View are prepared to lay out several proposals at Thursday's Mountain View Whisman School Board meeting, requesting that trustees consider reopening the Whisman and Slater elementary schools, which were closed several years ago. Tuesday, 1:27 PM | 20 comments

ATHENA awards ceremony set for Thursday
The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce will be presenting ATHENA awards to Mountain View residents Jessica Nowaski and Davida Brooks on Thursday, April 17, at an awards ceremony and luncheon. Tuesday, 1:27 PM

Startup event attracts middle school students
Students were introduced to the world of startups at weekend-long workshop at Crittenden Middle School. Monday, 1:48 PM | 2 comments

Total lunar eclipse visible in Bay Area tonight
Bay Area stargazers are in for a late-night treat tonight when the moon passes behind the Earth's shadow and leads to a total lunar eclipse.
Monday, 1:27 PM | 5 comments

New track coach inspires students
Michael Streck-Woodard, has had a commanding presence as Mountain View High's track and field coach since last February. And with good reason. Monday, 10:07 AM

Crime Briefs: indecent exposure and laptop damaged

City poised for unprecedented office growth

School drug forum informs, shocks parents

District attorney seeks clues in cold case

Council wrestles with growing commute traffic woes

Air Guardsmen rescue sick baby at sea

State's gas prices jump in April

 

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