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The winds of redevelopment blowing throughout the Peninsula are getting closer to their trailer doors. Last month, the Palo Alto Weekly first reported that the property owners were exploring redevelopment . The Peninsula Press has confirmed that
Photos If the city's park and housing fees are not too onerous, Prometheus Real Estate Group can move forward with building 134 new apartments to replace 50 units at an older complex it owns at 819 North Rengstorff. Council members voted unanimously
Rex Features Boy George 's rise from Blitz Club cloakroom attendant to eyeshadow-smothered, multi-plaited megastar was one of the decade's greatest pop journeys. Even better, he was singing "I'm a man" on one of the biggest singles of the 80s. With
Font Resize A new apartment complex with roughly 100 units is in the works on Stevens Creek Boulevard, and the project could mean the closure of some nearby restaurants and retail stores. During an open house event at the Shan Restaurant on March 14,
Newcomer Douglas Booth successfully takes on the challenge of becoming Boy George. The make-up and costumes get him eighty percent there, but it's a solid performance from Booth that takes the portrayal to full capacity and makes this film rise above
Rader Center in Sand Springs, where he held an annual outreach event, was a longtime prison minister who spoke at prisons and youth detention facilities across the state. The founder of Last Say Ministries in Tulsa, Moss died Thursday at age 65.
00 02/07/2010 The former policewoman who blew the whistle on an affair with disgraced police manager Jon Moss says she cannot believe he now has a job enforcing ethics for real estate agents. Katie Scott told The Dominion Post that she was the junior
00 01/07/2010 A disgraced police superintendent who resigned after lying about an affair with a junior colleague has won a high-paying management job in the justice sector investigating complaints against real estate agents.
The City Council gave the green light once and for all on Tuesday night to a 203-unit luxury apartment complex which will take the place of Minton's Lumber and Supply at 455 W. Evelyn Ave. -- but not without a word from a few council members. After
Debate has been brewing for months over the two buildings that will replace Minton's Lumber & Supply at 455 W. Evelyn Ave., across the street from the Mountain View Caltrain station. Minton's opened in 1897, and its owners now want to redevelop the