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If you were offered a COVID-19 vaccine, would you take it?

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Much of Redwood City’s growth over the last decade can be attributed to that city’s Downtown Precise Plan, which simplified the approval process for many development projects downtown. Whatever it was that spurred Menlo Park’s own flurry of development, developers clearly found themselves dr…

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Sunglasses? Check. Shoelaces? Tied. Mask? Secured. “I’m leaving for practice!” I yell to my parents — words I never thought I would say again.

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In about two weeks, 2 a.m. Sunday, March 14, to be exact, we will once again go through the act of changing our clocks ahead, or our clocks will change for us, and we will enter into what is known as Daylight Saving Time.

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Vaccine makers reassured Congress on Tuesday they will boost production and provide an additional 140 million doses in the next five weeks, overcoming the production bottlenecks that have crimped the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. The next hurdle is vaccine hesitancy. Opinion survey…

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Just when we thought things might be slowly getting back to some semblance of normalcy, a new pandemic-related issue is cropping up, albeit a relatively minor one.

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The Bay Area is more racially segregated today than it was in 1970. Among the many destructive problems with residential segregation, one is that it helps governments create major imbalances in where they invest resources.

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When elected to serve as California’s 40th governor in 2019, Gavin Newsom was acclaimed as one of the most popular governors in our state’s history. Today, more than 1 million people have petitioned for him to be recalled, with just shy of 700,000 signatures verified. With 1.5 million signat…

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Our most impactful New Year’s resolutions are generally the ones where we take small steps forward, even as big leaps remain out of reach.

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San Mateo County has a wide variety of homes and commercial buildings, ranging from structures constructed in the 1800s to ones that are brand new. I love the look of most old buildings, and am thankful when their owners are able to preserve them. Building standards and technologies have imp…

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It feels like my high school experience ended on an innocuous day in mid-March of my junior year, with my last class of the day (journalism), where the tone was uncharacteristically somber. Our small group of editors gathered around our cluttered desk in a set of mismatched office chairs res…

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Former President Donald Trump claims that he would have won the 2020 election but for rampant fraud. His claims are two-fold: factual and legal. The “factual” claims that ineligible votes were cast by noncitizens, out-of-state residents, people using the identity of dead people, those who vo…

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Today is the 79th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066, which was signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on Feb. 19, 1942, authorizing the forced evacuation of all persons of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each year, we observe a Day of…

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There is more than a little reluctance to make the following projection. Such projections have been wrong in the past. I don’t want to be the one to put the hex on it.

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In the past few weeks, the return-to-school debate has heated up. After San Francisco sued its school board and district, parties quickly negotiated an agreement under which in-person schooling would resume. The Palo Alto Unified School District released a reopening proposal that implemented…