Palo Alto City Manager James Keene is confident the developer will revise a proposal that originally included building heights three times above city height limits.
The National Women’s Soccer League, the third try at an American women’s professional league, opened its first season last weekend with nearly 20 former Bay Area college standouts on league rosters… but no California team.
Stanford’s fifth annual Cool Product Expo showcased a robotic machine that automatically mixes drink, a skateboard that simulates snowboarding on pavement, a collapsible kayak that folds into a tote bag and much more.
Assisted living centers in Palo Alto are offering USB flashdrives to seniors so they can carry basic medical history on their key chains in case of a medical emergency. The program is popular but raises some privacy concerns.
Originally an anti-stadium advocacy group, Santa Clara Plays Fair is growing into a prominent city watchdog for other city issues. They’ve earned respect of city leaders and local media.
Nearly a year after the state dissolved redevelopment agencies, Santa Clara leaders have warned residents that the city could lose more than $300 million as a result.
This month’s elections resulted in a Santa Clara City Council with strong ties to law enforcement and limited diversity.
The measure cruised to an emphatic victory, as 81 percent of the more than 9 million votes cast favored enacting the legislation.
Palo Alto city attorney Molly Stump discusses city’s current marijuana laws, the changes that would result if voters pass Measure C, and how existing federal and state laws come into play.