Palo Alto's Foothills Park Opening To All For 1st Time In Decades After Referendum Campaign FailsFoothills Park in Palo Alto is set to open to people who live outside the city for the first time in decades, after a referendum campaign challenging the City Council’s decision to open up access failed.
Palo Alto Residents Launch Referendum Campaign Challenging Plan To Open Foothills Park To Non-ResidentsA group of Palo Alto residents have launched a referendum campaign challenging the City Council's recent decision to end the decades-long ban on non-resident access to Foothills Park, which could revive a lawsuit against the city.
Bay Area Stays 'Uncontested Epicenter' Of Nation's Priciest Homes Amid Pandemic; Atherton Most Expensive Zip 4 Years RunningWhile the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the Bay Area's rental market, the region continues to be the most expensive housing market in the country by far in 2020.
PHOTOS: Suspect Arrested; One At Large Wanted In Connection With Palo Alto Home BurglariesOne suspect was in custody and authorities searched for a second Saturday in a series residential burglaries in the College Terrace neighborhood, Palo Alto police officials said.
Lawmakers Vote To Open Palo Alto Foothills Park To Public Ending Decades-Old Restrictive PolicyEnding a decades-old restrictive policy, the Palo Alto City Council voted to open Foothills Park to all people.
2 More Palo Alto Residents Report Overnight Attempted Break-Ins At Their HomesPolice in Palo Alto have announced two more reports of attempted home break-ins this week as the city deals with a rise in overnight burglaries.
Palo Alto Police Increase Patrols After Recent Overnight Home Break-InsPalo Alto police said they are increasing patrols and urge residents to secure side gates and keep doors and windows locked overnight following a series of recent break-ins.
Palo Alto Considers Opening Up Access To Residents-Only Foothills Park Amid ACLU LawsuitOfficials in Palo Alto are expected to consider a proposal that would open access to Foothills Park to the general public, as the city faces a lawsuit over the park's residents-only requirement.
School Reopenings: Study Finds Low Infection Rates Among In-Person Classes So FarSchool bells are still largely silent around the Bay Area and California as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on. The question is, is it safe to get in person learning started again?
2 Suspects Sought In Palo Alto Home Burglary, Vehicle Theft SpreePolice in Palo Alto are seeking two people suspected in a crime spree early Monday that involved two home burglaries while people were sleeping inside and a stolen vehicle.
Oakland Man Convicted Of Targeting Law Enforcement Officers With Mail Bombs; Revenge Was Motive A federal jury has convicted Ross Gordon Laverty of multiple felonies in connection with mailing two explosive devices to homes in Alameda and East Palo Alto, targeting law enforcement officers with the intent to injure or kill his targets.