Week in Review: BART Strike & 2 Employee Deaths; Dining Stars; We're No. 1 'Most Livable' City!

A look at some of last week's stories in Palo Alto.

BART Workers Going On Strike At Midnight

Two BART Employees Killed After Being Struck By Train On Tracks Near Walnut Creek Station.

Palo Alto is No. 1 'Most Livable City' -And the survey says ... our town is tops for weather, economy and culture and nature.

Palo Alto's Evvia Ranks in Zagat's 2014 'Top Food' Category.
It's like a "hug from a Greek mama," according to the restaurant reviewers.

Palo Alto's Baume Ranks in Zagat's 2014 'Top French' Category. Fine dining that is playful, artful and sculptural, reviewers declare.

Record Breaking 1,985-Pound Pumpkin Wins Weigh-Off Competition. The winning gourd is the heaviest pumpkin the 40-year-old contest has ever seen.

Updated: Missing Teen Sisters Found.

Update: Man Killed at 49er Stadium Construction Site Identified. Man killed Monday morning after being crushed by rebar is second worker to die in four months.

Emergency Pancake Breakfast? Fire chief said using the alert system for a community event had merit.

This Video Explains Why Healthcare.gov Is a Nightmare
. Fiction writer John Green attempts to sign up for Obamacare.

How to Keep Your Jack-O-Lantern Fresh. South Bay moms share their tips and tricks. Do you have some tips? Share them with us.

Cyberbullying Law Gives Schools More Tools to Fight Electronic Harassment on and Off Campus.

'Mr. October' Appears in Palo Alto. Former baseball great Reggie Jackson appeared at software giant SAP's Palo Alto campus last week for a panel discussion on the role of race in sports.

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