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Santa Clara County confirms 31 COVID-19 cases across four Costco locations, including Mountain View
A public health investigation found that at least 31 employees across four Costco locations in Santa Clara County have tested... Last comment on Jul 31, 2020 at 7:59 pm | 11 comments

In experiment, Town Square forum commenting will be limited to registered users
Starting August 1, participation in the Mountain View Voice's popular Town Square reader forum will be limited to those who... Last comment 6 hours ago | 30 comments

Schools seek waiver so kids can return to campus
More than 80 local schools have contacted the Santa Clara County Office of Emergency Operations about filing a waiver to... Last comment on Jul 31, 2020 at 2:03 pm | 7 comments

 
 
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Santa Clara County COVID-19 testing guru quit last job amid pressure to reopen economy
Three months ago Dr. Marty Fenstersheib was pressured to reopen the economy in San Benito County. Sunday, 3:47 PM | 1 comments

Guest opinion: Why students need to be taught financial literacy now more than ever
In an op-ed, Monta Vista High School senior Parth Asawa writes about the importance of financial literacy among students, which he argues has been underscored by the pandemic. Sunday, 9:22 AM | 1 comments

Starting Sunday, San Mateo County salons, gyms and churches must cease indoor operations
Officials in San Mateo County announced Saturday that certain indoor businesses and activities must shut down or move to outdoor operations beginning Sunday. Saturday, 8:28 PM

California's clean-air programs take a hit in new funding squeeze
Some of California's key environmental programs for battling smog and climate change have lost nearly $105 million as the state grapples with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. Saturday, 9:11 AM

Coronavirus central: Santa Clara County total tops 10K
On Sunday, Santa Clara County reported a total of 10,626 cases, 191 deaths and 183 hospitalizations; San Mateo County had a total of 5,683 cases, 119 deaths and 62 people hospitalized. Saturday, 8:38 PM | 15 comments

Five candidates join the race for El Camino Healthcare District board
The normally quiet El Camino Healthcare District has some unusual competition this election season, with five candidates filing with intent to run for the district board this November. Friday, 4:25 PM | 4 comments

Panel discussion to be held on Generation Z and racial justice
Five young adults who've led recent efforts to bring about social change along the Midpeninsula will share their perspectives on racial justice and advocacy in a virtual panel discussion on Aug. 6. Friday, 2:09 PM

'Caltrain passengers in great peril': San Mateo County supervisors criticize tax plan from SF supervisors
A sales tax proposed on Tuesday by San Francisco's Board of Supervisors to support Caltrain, which would be assessed in all three counties the commuter rail serves, drew immediate criticism from San Mateo County supervisors. Saturday, 8:50 AM | 1 comments

Santa Clara County confirms 31 COVID-19 cases across four Costco locations, including Mountain View
A public health investigation found that at least 31 employees across four Costco locations in Santa Clara County have tested positive for COVID-19, revealing a cluster of infections that may have happened in the retail stores. Friday, 12:28 PM | 11 comments

In experiment, Town Square forum commenting will be limited to registered users
Starting August 1, participation in the Mountain View Voice's popular Town Square reader forum will be limited to those who register on the site with their name and email address. Friday, 9:31 AM | 30 comments

Palo Alto leaders could decide Monday whether to open Foothills Park to nonresidents
A thorny issue that has created controversy for decades is about to get a hearing on Aug. 3 before the City Council: whether the city should launch a pilot program to allow non-Palo Alto residents access to Foothills Park. Friday, 1:33 PM | 3 comments

Schools seek waiver so kids can return to campus

Head of Menlo Church steps down over 'poor judgment'

El Camino Healthcare District launches misconduct investigation into one of its own board members

If feds let jobless benefits drop, California Dems may 'backdoor borrow' to extend them

 

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