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The city of Palo Alto is named after a very tall tree called El Palo Alto which in Spanish means "the high stick" or "the high pole." It is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. Several Silicon Valley high-technology companies are headquartered in Palo Alto including Hewlett-Packard and Facebook. Notable residents include Amy Irving (Traffic), James Franco (Pineapple Express, Milk, James Dean) and brother Dave Franco (Scrubs), folk singer Joan Baez, and musical groups The Donnas and The Grateful Dead.

Population: 58598
Local Newspapers: Palo Alto Daily Post Palo Alto Daily News Palo Alto Weekly
Local Sports Teams: Stanford Cardinals
Local Colleges: Stanford University

Zip Codes associated with palo alto, california: 94301 94303 94304 94306
Towns/Cities near palo alto, california : Menlo Park Stanford The Willows Lindenwood Atherton Charleston Meadow

Palo Alto News
Peninsula Women's Chorus turns 50

The Palo Alto-based Peninsula Women's Chorus, an award-winning female choral group with a dedication to commissioning new works, resurrecting seldom-sung works and keeping classic chorale pieces alive, is marking its 50th anniversary this 2016-2017 season.

Palantir settles U.S. lawsuit charging bias against Asians

The data analytics and security company Palantir Technologies Inc has agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve charges it discriminated against Asian applicants for engineering jobs at its Palo Alto, California, office, the U.S. Labor Department said on Tuesday. Palantir, a privately owned data firm best known for helping the U.S. government track down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, entered into a consent decree under which it will pay $1.7 million back wages and other funds, including the value of stock options, to several people, the department said.

Finding the truth: The Truth Booth stops by Palo Alto

Artist Jim Ricks oversees the Truth Booth in front of Palo Alto City Hall last week. Ricks is part of the Cause Collective, a team that creates public art projects like the Truth Booth.

Eshoo goes after Trump on tax-return secrecy

"We're really swimming in conflicts of interest here," Rep. Anna Eshoo said of the Trump administration at a town hall meeting at Canada College in Woodside on April 22, 2017. Photo by Natalia Nazarova/The Almanac.

Perfectly unpretentious

The fraise de bois at Madera comes with a ring of white chocolate mousse, strawberry sorbet and a yogurt sponge cake surrounding a gentle basil coulis. Photo by Michelle Le.

The worst local decisions of the last 50 years

When politicians make a big decision, they often summon studies from consultants or cite polls of their constituents. The truth is that they don't always know the impact of their calls.

Concern rises over restrictions for grade separations

As the Valley Transportation Authority prepares to dole out the first portion of the $6 billion Measure B funds, Midpeninsula cities are raising concerns that the agency could be putting onerous restrictions on projects for Caltrain grade separations. Mountain View and Palo Alto city officials expressed alarm recently that VTA planners seemed to be setting a rigid template for eight projects from Sunnyvale to Palo Alto that would separate roadways from the railroad tracks.

FILE - In this Thursday, April 13, 2017, file photo, attorney Thomas...

Attorney Thomas Demetrio speaks at a news conference in Chicago. The woman who sobbed after an American Airlines flight attendant took her stroller now has a lawyer, Demetrio, who also represents the Kentucky doctor who was dragged from a United Express flight earlier in the month.

Menlo Park: Vets help train service dogs

"Puppy parent" Wendy Daw introduces 11-week-old puppy, Fortune, to veteran Evans Donald at an event for Warrior Canine Connections, a group that works with veterans to train service dogs. Her family takes care of the puppy most of the time, but four days a week, the puppy is brought to the VA in Menlo Park for socialization and training practice.

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Committee supports proposed bus-rapid transit pilot

VTA Bus #22 heads South on El Camino Real, where a proposed bus-rapid transit pilot program would be teseted during peak traffic hours. Photo by Veronica Weber.

PILOT Announces 2017 Innovation Challenge Question

The National Association of Broadcasters , through its PILOT program, today announced the second annual PILOT Innovation Challenge question. The PILOT Innovation Challenge recognizes creative ideas that leverage technological advances in the production, distribution and display of engaging content.

Sandvik Coromant and PARC Partner to Advance Digital Manufacturing

Sandvik Coromant will use PARC R&D and software for high-level process planning and automated cost estimation in subtractive manufacturing. From left-right: Saigopal Nelaturi PARC, Janni Weber Sandvik Coromant, Mats Bergstrom PARC, Magnus Ekback Sandvik Coromant, Tolga Kurtoglu PARC, Markus Larsson PARC, Mats Allard Sandvik Coromant, Michael Waltrip PARC.

VTA to make Caltrain grade separation funding policy more flexible

At the Friday VTA board workshop, staff said that they would loosen constraints on grade separation funding, based on feedback from Mountain View, Sunnyvale, and Palo Alto, and validation from Caltrain staff, that the proposed guidelines were too restrictive, as reported by Janet Lafleur and representatives of CARRD who attended the meeting. VTA staff had proposed a requirement that funding from measure B should be restricted to full overpasses or underpasses .

Photos: At March for Science, Bay Area activists raise their voices

Justin Krasner-Karpen, of Palo Alto, wears a brain hat during the March for Science starting at San Jose City Hall in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Saturday, April 22, 2017. March for Science supporter Debbie Williams, of Palo Alto, holds an EPA sign during the march and rally at the Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Overseas Chinese singing contest open to application in SF

The organizing committee announces that the 2017 Cube Cup overseas Chinese singing contest is open to application from April 21 to May 15. More than 100 applications are expected for the preliminary contest scheduled for June 10 in Palo Alto, California. LIA ZHU / CHINA DAILY The Water Cube Cup overseas Chinese singing contest is open to application in San Francisco Bay Area till May 15, announced the regional organizing committee on Thursday.

Efforts to curb San Carlos Airport noise begin: Residents share...

County efforts to engage residents affected by San Carlos Airport noise got off the ground Thursday with a public information meeting aimed at gathering community input on a noise abatement study. The Thursday session follows regional efforts to address resident complaints of disruptive noise from San Carlos-bound flights over the last four years.

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