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Will California sidestep federal 'work first' welfare rules?

Will California sidestep federal 'work first' welfare rules?

Mademoiselle Colette to operate Atherton's new town center cafe

Mademoiselle Colette to operate Atherton's new town center cafe

This will be the fourth location for Mademoiselle Colette, which has cafes in Menlo Park, Palo Alto and Redwood City and serves breakfast, lunch, as well as pastries to go.
San Mateo Co. Board of Supervisors candidates set record straight on 'defunding police'

San Mateo Co. Board of Supervisors candidates set record straight on 'defunding police'

Law enforcement issues among topics at Half Moon Bay candidate forum for District 3 hopefuls
This home may have the most expensive asking price in Menlo Park history

This home may have the most expensive asking price in Menlo Park history

For an additional $8M, a buyer can expand the lot and create a compound
San Mateo County Board of Supervisors return to in-person meetings in May

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors return to in-person meetings in May

New state task force sets out to combat declining student enrollment rates

New state task force sets out to combat declining student enrollment rates

Group aims to help districts offset challenges
Nurses at Stanford, Packard hospitals go on strike for first time in 2 decades

Nurses at Stanford, Packard hospitals go on strike for first time in 2 decades

Demands focus on mental health, staffing and benefits
'Turbocharging' our worst impulses: Obama speaks at Stanford about dangers the internet poses to democracy

'Turbocharging' our worst impulses: Obama speaks at Stanford about dangers the internet poses to democracy

Former president urges tech companies to take action against disinformation, argues for more government regulation
San Mateo County supervisors approve sheriff's office policy regulating use of 'military equipment'

San Mateo County supervisors approve sheriff's office policy regulating use of 'military equipment'

County Sheriff Carlos Bolanos told the Board that while the sheriff's office does not have equipment used by the military, they created a policy in the interest of transparency
As COVID-19 recedes, Californians have new worries

As COVID-19 recedes, Californians have new worries

Californians are undergoing a great reawakening.