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Faced with telling toddler daughter she can't hug her grandparents, local doc pens kids' book
How do you explain to a toddler that she can't hug her grandparents right now? Like many parents of young kids right now,... Last comment on May 29, 2020 at 11:04 am | 2 comments

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Coronavirus weekend update: Santa Clara County reports 25 new cases
The biggest news from this past week is the revised San Mateo County Health order that allows for the reopening of places of worship and in-store retail shopping. Saturday, 3:14 PM

Letter to the editor: Let's have graduation at Shoreline Amphitheatre
In a letter to the editor, Los Altos resident James Klazura proposes that Shoreline Amphitheatre host modified graduation ceremonies this year. Saturday, 9:07 AM | 1 comments

Local bans on residential evictions extended into August
Cities and counties throughout California are racing to extend emergency rules prohibiting landlords from evicting tenants for nonpayment of rent due to the coronavirus pandemic. Mountain View is no exception. Saturday, 11:23 AM | 6 comments

Mountain View Voice to remain online-only indefinitely
The Mountain View Voice will not be resuming its print edition and plans to focus exclusively on online local news coverage and its daily emailed news digest, Express, Embarcadero Media President Bill Johnson announced today. Friday, 11:34 AM | 10 comments

Life in motion: Peninsula Photo Contest winners preserve fleeting moments
This year's winning images in the Peninsula Photo Contest expose the power of creativity, patience and anticipation of unexpected moments. Friday, 3:58 PM | 1 comments

Coronavirus central: State launches hiring effort for temporary workers to process unemployment claims
The coronavirus continues to take its toll on the Midpeninsula. On Thursday, Santa Clara County reported 2,701 cases and 140 deaths; San Mateo County reported 2,061 cases and 84 deaths. Friday, 5:43 PM | 8 comments

Curbside pickup — a step forward, but far from a lifeline for businesses
While store owners eagerly wait for the all-clear to reopen for in-store shopping, so too, apparently, do customers. Some have gotten so used to at-home delivery options that the offer of curbside pickup is not all that enticing. Friday, 1:39 PM

Facing a shaky financial future, Stanford projects budget cuts
Stanford University, projecting a $267 million loss from the first six months of the coronavirus shutdown, is planning for program reductions and layoffs in the next fiscal year. Thursday, 4:46 PM | 1 comments

Local rancher, a familiar face at Mountain View farmers market, dies in car accident
Gary Marchi, a longtime Pescadero rancher who sold beef at farmers markets throughout the Bay Area, died this month in a traffic accident. He was 64. Thursday, 1:44 PM | 4 comments

Interactive: A by-the-numbers look at COVID-19's impact
To show how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted daily life, we've woven together local, regional and national numbers into a series of interactive infographics. Wednesday, 1:46 PM | 1 comments

At-risk individuals receive a helping hand through Stanford student's initiative
Santa Clara County Helping Hands connects high-risk individuals with volunteers to bring them groceries, prescriptions and virtual companionship. Wednesday, 11:15 AM

Deficits rise as Mountain View Whisman spends big on technology, teacher salaries
Mountain View Whisman School District's deficit spending has more than doubled to $3.3 million this year, following pay raises and a mad scurry to buy more than 1,000 Chromebooks so students can do schoolwork remotely. Tuesday, 1:36 PM | 6 comments

State reopens places of worship, retail — but hair salons still off limits
Places of worship and retailers can now reopen statewide, with limitations, the California Department of Public Health announced Monday. However, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties' orders do not allow these reopenings locally.
Monday, 5:50 PM

New Bay Area Community Resources website launches
A group of Stanford students and faculty volunteers has launched a new website where Bay Area residents can find a broad variety of critical resources. Thursday, 1:12 PM | 1 comments

Faced with telling toddler daughter she can't hug her grandparents, local doc pens kids' book
How do you explain to a toddler that she can't hug her grandparents right now? Like many parents of young kids right now, Dr. Ben Lindquist, who works at Stanford Hospital, struggled to answer that question. So he wrote a book. Thursday, 1:12 PM | 2 comments


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