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Chronic PG&E power outages spoil Thanksgiving for Mountain View residents
A lengthy two-day power outage dashed Thanksgiving plans for residents living along Yorkton Drive in Mountain View last week,... Last comment on Dec 1, 2021 at 3:51 pm | 2 comments

 
 
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"Waldorf School ofthe Peninsula"
Waldorf Presents: A Renaissance in Education February 7 from 6 to 9 PM Mountain View Campus 180 North Rengstorff Avenue. This new exhibition-style event will feature middle and high school student academic work in the sciences, math, humanities and languages as well as present an array of offerings in music, Eurythmy and the fine and practical arts. For more information about Waldorf School of the Peninsula, see our website at www.waldorfpeninsula.org. Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Jan 28, 2013

 
 
 
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Holiday Fund: CSA grapples with high demand for help during the pandemic
For some, the worst of COVID-19 is in the rearview mirror. Case rates are relatively low in Santa Clara County, the economy is recovering and nearly all public health restrictions have been lifted. Tuesday, 12:38 PM

With money from Google, Mountain View aims to create butterfly habitat at Shoreline Park
Mountain View is using a grant from Google to create new habitat for monarch butterflies at the city's Shoreline Park.
Tuesday, 10:50 AM | 1 comments

Weather, wood smoke expected to bring less than ideal air quality this week
Moderate air quality is expected to persist over the Bay Area this week as pollution from wood smoke stays near ground level, a spokeswoman for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District said Monday. Tuesday, 1:00 PM

Holiday Fund: Day Worker Center celebrates 25 years of helping out
In October, the Day Worker Center of Mountain view celebrated its 25th year serving the city and surrounding communities. While many things have changed since the pandemic, it's continued to match workers with employers and resources. Monday, 1:43 PM

Pets in Need board member assumes interim executive director role
Pets in Need, the troubled nonprofit animal shelter weathering upheaval after the deaths of seven puppies in its care, has a new interim executive director in animal welfare expert Valerie McCarthy. Monday, 1:32 PM

Tolls going up, fines for violations going down on Bay Area bridges
The cost to travel over seven of the Bay Area's bridges will increase by $1 on Jan. 1, 2022, while the fine for people who violate bridge tolls is being reduced retroactively to the beginning of the year, regional officials announced. Sunday, 9:29 AM | 3 comments

Prosecutors: Five convicted in one of state's largest retail theft rings
California Attorney General Rob Bonta on Friday announced five people have been convicted of crimes linked to a retail theft ring that involved $8 million in merchandise stolen from stores throughout the Bay Area.
Saturday, 9:37 AM

Mountain View acupuncture clinic owner pleads no contest to insurance fraud
The owner of multiple South Bay acupuncture clinics, including one in Mountain View, has pleaded no contest to felony insurance fraud, Santa Clara County prosecutors said. Friday, 1:16 PM | 1 comments

Hate crime charges dropped against Mountain View Whisman employee, but misdemeanor DUI, hit-and-run and battery charges remain
A Mountain View Whisman School District employee who was put on paid leave in August following a hit and run arrest has been reassigned to work as a night custodian and is no longer facing hate crime or resisting an officer charges. Friday, 1:45 PM | 5 comments

Local leaders commemorate 33rd World AIDS Day
Local leaders and organizations in Santa Clara County planned to gather Wednesday evening to commemorate the 33rd World AIDS day with a candlelight vigil, flag raising and other ceremonies. Thursday, 10:33 AM

Six months after reopening, the Avenidas Rose Kleiner Center sees enrollment grow
Since reopening in July, enrollment at the Avenidas Rose Kleiner Center, an adult day care program in Mountain View, has been steadily rebuilding to prepandemic levels. Friday, 10:53 AM

Community briefs: Library book sale, school security camera meetings and Cool Blocks is extended
This week in community briefs, a library book sale is scheduled for next week, Mountain View Whisman is hosting meetings about installing school security cameras and the Cool Blocks program has been extended. Friday, 1:07 PM

Nuro launches self-driving vehicle deliveries in Mountain View, the first ever in California
In a major milestone for autonomous vehicle technology, the Mountain View-based company Nuro launched a new commercial delivery service Wednesday that uses self-driving cars to ferry food and other goods right to peoples' doorstep. Wednesday, 10:59 AM

Santa Clara County braces as first omicron COVID case detected in California
Health officials are racing to get ahead of a newly discovered COVID-19 variant, worried about a potential increase in transmissibility and vaccine evasion. Thursday, 1:45 PM

Holmes, Balwani hoped to 'build the true American empire' at Theranos, text messages show
Text messages between former Theranos executives Elizabeth Holmes and Sunny Balwani that were read out loud during Holmes' criminal fraud trial on Tuesday revealed a more complicated story. Wednesday, 9:59 AM

Protesters rally in Palo Alto to protect abortion rights as Supreme Court considers overturning Roe v. Wade
With the Supreme Court poised to overturn or substantially curtail Roe v. Wade, a group gathered outside the downtown Palo Alto Whole Foods Wednesday to protest in favor of the legal right to have an abortion. Thursday, 1:48 PM

Chronic PG&E power outages spoil Thanksgiving for Mountain View residents
A lengthy two-day power outage dashed Thanksgiving plans for residents living along Yorkton Drive in Mountain View last week, prompting calls for a permanent fix to ongoing electricity problems that PG&E has yet to address. Tuesday, 1:31 PM | 2 comments

Coronavirus central: First U.S. case of omicron variant reported in San Francisco
The first case of the omicron variant of COVID-19 has been reported in the U.S., and it is in San Francisco from someone who recently returned from South Africa, the CDC announced Wednesday. Friday, 5:27 PM

Stanford administrators uncertain if possible nooses found on campus were deliberate

Holmes testifies that Balwani ordered her to 'become a new Elizabeth' or risk failure

Santa Clara County chips in funding to keep safe parking lots open through June 2022

Stanford pediatrician pleads no contest for sending sexual messages to girl

 

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