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Mountain View residents poured $370K into campaigns focused on Georgia runoff
Wednesday marks a momentous transition of power in the United States, as President Joe Biden is sworn into office with a... Last comment 8 hours ago | 6 comments

Despite defeat in court, Mountain View's mobile home residents fight to expand rent control
For years, Mountain View's mobile home residents have waged a legal battle to extend the city's rent control law to its six... Last comment 12 hours ago | 4 comments

 
 
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Your COVID-19 vaccine questions — answered
We've compiled a list of who can currently get vaccinated in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, plus answers to common questions and links to resources. Thursday, 11:24 AM

Coronavirus central: Santa Clara County lifts hold on Moderna vaccine batch
Health providers can now resume the administration of lot 41L20A of the Moderna vaccine following a "rigorous review" by safety regulators, Santa Clara County leaders said Thursday. Thursday, 6:14 PM

New parking fee, lower visitor cap on the horizon at Foothills Park
After seeing a spike in visits to Foothills Park, the Palo Alto City Council moved on Tuesday to sharply curtail the number of people who can enter the scenic preserve. Wednesday, 2:32 PM

Biden signs flurry of executive orders, many reversing Trump policies
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed a bevy of executive orders that reverse policies of the Trump administration, many of which have been subject to litigation in Bay Area courts. Thursday, 10:38 AM | 1 comments

Mountain View residents poured $460K into campaigns focused on Georgia runoff
Wednesday marks a momentous transition of power in the United States, as President Joe Biden is sworn into office with a blue majority in the U.S. Senate, with the winners of the Georgia runoff tipping the scales. Wednesday, 12:16 PM | 6 comments

Mass-vaccination centers to open, but only for those without primary care physicians
Anyone hoping to be vaccinated at one of the COVID-19 mass-vaccination centers in Santa Clara or San Mateo counties is likely to be turned away if they have a primary care physician, Santa Clara County staff said on Tuesday. Wednesday, 10:52 AM | 2 comments

Thursday: State Sen. Becker hosts town hall on COVID-19
State Sen. Josh Becker, D-Menlo Park, will host an online town hall on Thursday, Jan, 21, to discuss the latest COVID-19 developments, including vaccine availability.
Wednesday, 10:11 AM

Newsom's school reopening plan puts tight deadlines on districts, legislature
Schools would have to offer in-person learning for primary students starting Feb. 16 in order to get the full funds under the governor's education budget. Lawmakers would need to meet deadlines in February and March. Wednesday, 12:36 PM | 2 comments

Obituaries: Helen Marie Ogaz, Katherine Snow Smith Fields

New COVID-19 variant increasing in Bay Area, linked to Kaiser San Jose outbreak

Despite defeat in court, Mountain View's mobile home residents fight to expand rent control

Debate over Foothills Park access continues as Palo Alto weighs new restrictions

Local health care providers reeling from huge spike in demand for vaccine

County inmates report unsafe conditions, go on hunger strike as COVID-19 cases soar

Santa Clara County unveils COVID-19 vaccine dashboard

Santa Clara County ramps up COVID-19 vaccinations amid chaotic federal allocations

Opinion: Contradictions of COVID-19

Editorial: The menace in the White House

California's new goal: Vaccinate a million people in 10 days

In wake of new state guidance, Los Altos forced to scrap middle school reopening plan

 

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