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Quesabirria and hot chicken sandwiches: Off the Grid’s food truck markets return to the Peninsula

Quesabirria and hot chicken sandwiches: Off the Grid’s food truck markets return to the Peninsula

Here are 12 food trucks to try in Menlo Park and Foster City next week
After escaping war at home, Ukrainian chess grandmaster teaches youth in Palo Alto

After escaping war at home, Ukrainian chess grandmaster teaches youth in Palo Alto

Evgeny Shtembuliak has raised funds for Ukraine by holding chess camps on the Peninsula.
Alleged stalker of Apple CEO agrees to restraining order, gives up firearms

Alleged stalker of Apple CEO agrees to restraining order, gives up firearms

Hundreds of emails, tweets were followed by a cross-country drive to find Tim Cook at his Palo Alto home
Newsom imposes new California water restrictions -- leaves details to locals

Newsom imposes new California water restrictions -- leaves details to locals

Pets In Need extends its stay in Palo Alto for six months

Pets In Need extends its stay in Palo Alto for six months

Contract extension intended to give nonprofit more time to negotiate with city over long-term deal
County now using Simplicity Mobile App to connect residents with real-time information and events

County now using Simplicity Mobile App to connect residents with real-time information and events

Users can download the Simplicity app from the Google Play store or Apple’s App store
California lawmakers struck a deal on eviction protections. What does it mean for tenants?

California lawmakers struck a deal on eviction protections. What does it mean for tenants?

The new legislation, expected to go into effect by Thursday, would shield tenants through June 30 as the state continues to process their paperwork.
San Mateo County superintendent of schools earns top marks, named best of the best among peers

San Mateo County superintendent of schools earns top marks, named best of the best among peers

Magee was nominated by the San Mateo County Superintendents’ Association because of her leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic
FDA authorizes second COVID-19 booster shot for people ages 50 and older

FDA authorizes second COVID-19 booster shot for people ages 50 and older

Certain immunocompromised people are also eligible to receive another booster
Bay Area Hikers seeing rattlesnakes earlier than normal this year

Bay Area Hikers seeing rattlesnakes earlier than normal this year

And as it gets warmer this year, more snakes will be out, warming their cold reptile blood in the sunshine