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Council balks at controversial cat rules
With weeks of controversy over new cat license requirements now resolved, you might think that a new city animal control... Last comment 3 hours ago | 73 comments

City poised for unprecedented office growth
An analysis by the ==I Voice== shows that an explosion of office development is knocking on Mountain View's door, bringing... Last comment 44 minutes ago | 22 comments

City should step up for Milk Pail
It is difficult to believe that City Council members and top city officials are backpedaling rapidly when asked how they... Last comment 7 hours ago | 91 comments

 
 
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"Sharing a laugh"
Lauren Ward, left, and Bella Betencor, right, share a laugh as they leave St. Joseph Church. Last Sunday, the 16th, parishioners gathered for the Festival of the Holy spirit and marched from the IFES Portuguese Hall on Stierlin Road to Hope Street. Submitted by James Tensuan on May 17, 2010

 
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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 | 10 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 | 4 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 | 1 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
Man exposes himself to two kids and flees, and a complaint about loud music ends in damaged laptop. Friday, 1:52 PM

City poised for unprecedented office growth
An analysis by the Voice shows that an explosion of office development is knocking on Mountain View's door, bringing as many as 42,550 new office workers who will be driving on the area's freeways and competing for the city's increasingly expensive and scarce housing. Friday, 9:05 AM | 22 comments

School drug forum informs, shocks parents
A presentation on drug use at Mountain View High School last week had plenty of shock value, showing graphic videos of people under the influence jumping out of windows and chewing on walls. Friday, 9:04 AM | 7 comments

Four more arrests in house party arson case
Mountain View police announced Thursday morning that four more people have been arrested in connection with the illicit parties and arson fire that ravaged a house on Fordham Way last month. Thursday, 12:14 PM | 8 comments

District attorney seeks clues in cold case
The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office is asking the public for clues to the murder of a teen girl whose nude body was found with more than 60 stab wounds in Sunnyvale 31 years ago. Thursday, 11:01 AM | 1 comments

Council wrestles with growing commute traffic woes
In a city where job growth never seems to quit, a growing number of workers commuting to Mountain View is causing a problem.
Wednesday, 2:01 PM | 28 comments

Air Guardsmen rescue sick baby at sea
A Moffett Field-based team of Air National Guardsmen reached San Diego this morning after rescuing a sick baby and her family who were adrift on a disabled sailboat off the coast of Baja California. Wednesday, 1:34 PM | 2 comments

State's gas prices jump in April
The average price for a gallon of gas has gone up 14 cents in the past month, the American Automobile Association of Northern California announced Tuesday. Wednesday, 9:51 AM

VTA to hold open houses at City Hall
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will host two open house events to discuss current transportation projects on Wednesday, April 9, in the Mountain View City Hall Council Chambers. Tuesday, 12:16 PM | 10 comments

County opts for new strategy to fight TB
Tuberculosis rates are on the decline throughout the U.S., but in Santa Clara County the numbers remain high. With more cases of tuberculosis per year than most states, county officials are looking to shift the approach to fighting the spread of the disease, starting with a revamp in the way patients are tested for the disease. Tuesday, 10:24 AM

Crime Briefs: indecent exposure, bar fight
Crime Briefs: Indecent exposure on San Pierre and assault with a high-heel shoe during a bar fight at the Monte Carlo. Monday, 10:13 AM

Palo Alto police arrest naked man after string of attacks
Police arrested an 18-year-old Palo Alto man suspected of being under the influence of narcotics Friday night after he, while naked, allegedly attacked two people in their homes and one woman walking her dog. Monday, 11:08 AM | 1 comments

Illustrator wows with new view of 'Game of Thrones
As "Game of Thrones" fans rejoice as the fourth season of the HBO series premieres, professional animator David Hollin has given them something to talk about with fan art that recasts pivotal scenes to feudal Japan. Monday, 1:03 PM

County launches suicide prevention bus campaign
The Santa Clara County Mental Health Department this week launched a campaign to raise awareness about suicide prevention, displaying on 16 Valley Transportation Authority buses the message "Give up? Not on your life" with the phone number for the county's suicide and crisis hotline written underneath. Monday, 1:53 PM

Councilman irks colleague over 'bribery' charge
Council member John Inks says his colleagues are guilty of taking a "bribe" because of the way they recently required a developer to cough up $100,000 at the last minute. Friday, 11:41 AM

Spartan Robotics on a winning streak
The robotics team at Mountain View High School went undefeated at the Sacramento regional competition last month. Running off the momentum of their last win, the student team will be heading to the Silicon Valley Regional this week in preparation for the national championship in late April. Friday, 11:18 AM | 1 comments

Moffett Field: Air Rescue wing flying to aid sick baby

Parking and traffic get spotlight in "Civility Roundtable"

City declares water shortage

Council balks at controversial cat rules

Tonight's council meeting: Cat rescue group warns owl protections may backfire

 

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