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The five-member Cupertino City council spent close to five hours working with project applicants on a number of final details during a Feb. 25 public hearing. Sand Hill Property Company has been working with the city since about 2007 on trying to
The romantic adage "we go together like peanut butter and jelly" should be amended to "we go together like coffee and beer." Though the pairing might seem unusual, the bitterness of coffee beans complements the deep-roasted flavors of darker beers
Van Haren and Dr. Emmanuelle Waubant, professor of neurology at the University of California San Francisco, are researching the cases and have found a virus, enterovirus-68, in the nasal swabs of two patients, but that sample is too small to draw
Style Society, owned by a private investment group, opened to the public Feb. 21, offering an array of beauty services at Town Square. At the front of the 15,000-square-foot space, beauty product fans can peruse a 2,200-square-foot boutique for hair,
According to police, Urieta had been renting a room from a Mountain View family for the past few years. During that time, investigators say, he had developed an increasingly inappropriate relationship with the family's juvenile son -- including
Miss. With its budding residential spaces and a new wedding venue, the Plein Air development wants to attract more restaurants as well as more wedding parties to the area by getting the resort status designation it needs to sell alcohol on premises.
City, state and federal facilities will also shut down, and commuters can expect schedule changes. SamTrans and Caltrain are also changing schedules for the holiday. Caltrain will run 44 trains, including a total of 11 Baby Bullet trains in the
Voices Around Town Valentine's Day What are your thoughts on Valentine's Day? by Katie Straub / Mountain View Voice John Ochoa of Mountain View Each week, the Voice goes downtown to Castro Street to ask people what they think about a current event.
The county is close to selling the long-vacant Daughtrey building on the town's main thoroughfare to a developer who wants to renovate the two-story eyesore. "Our negotiations are 92 percent complete to sell the building with some strings attached,"
According to Jaime Garrett, a spokeswoman for the Mountain View Fire Department, no paramedics or firefighters in the department received training from the suspect instructor. In order to be considered proficient in CPR and other such emergency