March 2010

Menlo Park Police Chief is retiring June 1st

Police Chief Bruce Goitia is retiring after 28 years with the Menlo Park Police Department, effective June 1, 2010. “Our Police Department is not only highly regarded by our own community, but across the Peninsula as an exceptionally effective, well trained and extremely responsive department,” said City Manager Glen Rojas. “I appreciate the contributions that […]

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Robb Most: Helping grow the human psyche

The name of the company is Mind Garden and its promise is to “grow the health of the human psyche.” That brand promise is personified in founder and president Dr. Robb Most, who exudes psychological health – naturally and sincerely. “I am grateful to live in such a beautiful place, to know so many fine […]

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Oasis or Dutch Goose? Which are you? See: http://bit.ly/bUu3M5

Oasis or Dutch Goose? Which are you? See: http://bit.ly/bUu3M5

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There’s a Save Menlo Park’s Foster Freeze Group on Facebook http://bit.ly/bkMqOQ

There’s a Save Menlo Park’s Foster Freeze Group on Facebook http://bit.ly/bkMqOQ

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Menlo’s assembly district election featured in New York Times http://nyti.ms/aCh…

Menlo’s assembly district election featured in New York Times http://nyti.ms/aChH7J

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Pietro Parravano: Purveyor of fresh fish and ideas

To Menlo Park Farmer’s Market regulars, Pietro Parravano is the man selling super fresh fish from the back of his pick up truck, hauled over the hill from Pillar Point, the home port of the fishing vessel Anne B. The catch varies from week to week but was particularly bountiful today – petrale sole, halibut, […]

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Young advocates urge us to vote “yes” on Measure C

Anyone driving on Middle Avenue this afternoon can’t miss the four young members of the Strikers soccer team urging those passing by to stop for some free lemonade – and  to vote “yes” on Measure C, the mail-in ballot initiative on May 4 that, if passed, will provide additional funding for the Menlo Park City […]

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It’s time to assemble Easter baskets!

Parents and kids gathered at Trinity Church in Menlo Park this morning to assemble 200 Easter baskets earmarked for delivery to children living in local shelters, including Haven House, Redwood Family Shelter and St. Francis Center. The second annual Easter Basket Build, which included the obligatory egg dying,  was organized by parishioner Holly Tambling. Photo […]

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Menlo Park would gain millions from towering development – San Jose Mercury News…

Menlo Park would gain millions from towering development – San Jose Mercury News http://bit.ly/cXTIrj

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Is there really an alligator in Menlo Park?

There was a time in 1996 when the City to the north became transfixed about an alligator in Mountain Lake. But we’re betting few residents of Menlo Park know there’s currently an alligator “loose” here. To find our resident gator, one needs to keep their eyes on the ground and see beyond the succulent border.  […]

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Menlo Atherton High School launched its first literary and arts magazine “The MArk” this week

Menlo Atherton High School launched its first literary and arts magazine “The MArk” this week – see the first issue: http://bit.ly/9qiZth

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