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  • Cupertino clinic is healing animals with power of light September 8, 2016
    PetLight, a clinic that offers light therapy for small animals, opened in Cupertino in April. The therapy works by stimulating the animal's natural healing response to reduce pain and inflammation.
    By Kristi Myllenbeck,
  • Los Gatos: High school student launching 'Technology and Tea' September 8, 2016
    'Technology and Tea' is the name of a new program that launches next week to help seniors learn how to use computers, mobile phones and tablets.
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  • Los Gatos shorts: A group of Monte Sereno residents is suing the city September 8, 2016
    Monte Sereno housing lawsuitA group of Monte Sereno residents is suing the city because it rejected a petition aimed at stopping the First Baptist Community Church from being rezoned for multi-family housing.
    Los Gatos Weekly-Times
  • Los Gatos: Town's first church celebrates 150 years September 8, 2016
    Did you know that Los Gatos United Methodist Church is older than the town?
    By Judy Peterson<p class="normalparagraphstyle">
  • Los Gatos shorts: Seniors trek the Golden Gate September 8, 2016
    Trekking the Golden GateA group of seniors from the Terraces of Los Gatos will walk across the Golden Gate Bridge on Sept.
    Los Gatos Weekly-Times
  • Cupertino's morion symbol turns 45 September 8, 2016
    To some, it looks like a snail, to others it looks like a sunrise, but for anyone who has ever wondered why Cupertino chose its city symbol, know that the decision came down to a price tag.
    By Kristi Myllenbeck,
  • Cupertino: City clerk denies Oaks project initiative September 8, 2016
    Proponents challengingdecision in court
    By Kristi Myllenbeck,
  • Los Gatos: Convicted drunken driver gets five more years September 8, 2016
    Los Gatos resident Judy Peckler is breathing easier these days, secure in the knowledge that the drunken driver who killed her husband Jim, her daughter Jill and son Jeffrey nearly 20 years ago will remain behind bars for at least five more years.
    By Judy Peterson<p class="normalparagraphstyle">
  • Byron rolls in style in '59 Rolls-Royce Cloud 1 September 8, 2016
    From the very beginning, the goal of Rolls-Royce was to build the best cars in the world, regardless of cost. The company was created in 1904 by Sir Henry Royce and Charles Rolls. In the early days of the automobile, manufacturers established their reputations in races, hill climbs and long and difficult trips over rough […]
    By David Krumboltz, for Silicon Valley Community Newspapers
  • San Jose: 'Phantom of the Opera' comes to Center for the Performing Arts on Sept. 15 September 8, 2016
    The North American tour of 'Phantom of the Opera,' featuring newly reinvented staging and scenic design, premieres at San Jose's Center for the Performing Arts on Sept. 15 and runs through Oct. 2
    By Khalida Sarwari,