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Five Guys comes to Belmont

Five Guys comes to Belmont

February 7, 2013


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Belmont has recently gained a hot spot for burgers and fries, specifically Five Guys Burgers and Fries. The new addition to the popular fast food chain officially opened Feb. 7, 2013. This specific location will employ several Carlmont students, and is located a few miles away from campus in the...

Belmont Council says no to CSUS

Belmont Council says no to CSUS

October 25, 2012


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The Belmont City Council has voted against Crystal Springs Upland School’s application to build a new school. In a 3-2 vote, the Council denied CSUS’s application to build a 52,000 square foot campus on Davis Drive, which is off Ralston Avenue. Council member Christine Wozniak stated that,...

New middle school proposed for Belmont

New middle school proposed for Belmont

October 11, 2012


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Crystal Springs Uplands School has proposed a plan to build a middle school in Belmont. The middle school would be on Davis Drive, off of Ralston Avenue. There currently are empty corporate buildings at Davis, buildings which have been listed as available for rent for quite some time. The president...

Varsity volleyball victorious in Battle of Belmont

Varsity volleyball victorious in Battle of Belmont

October 2, 2012


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[media-credit id=64 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]Carlmont’s varsity volleyball team dominated Notre Dame High School in the Battle of Belmont on Oct.1, 2012. Varsity volleyball came out strong and ended up victorious against the Tigers. The Lady Scots fought a very close match and wo...

Battle of Belmont postponed

Battle of Belmont postponed

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

September 12, 2012


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The Terry Stogner Gymnasium was quiet this week as there were no games scheduled for the Carlmont varsity volleyball team due to the postponing of the notorious Battle of Belmont. Although this could be considered a minor set-back, this year's 2012 team is hard at work and ready to play when the time...

Belmont Library hosts teen poetry contest

Belmont Library hosts teen poetry contest

April 18, 2012


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[media-credit name="Flickr: Rubin 110" align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] In honor of National Poetry Month, the Belmont Library will be holding their first poetry contest for high school and middle school students from April 1 to April 30. Teens can submit up to three original poems that are thirty lines or...

Author Cara Black will be coming to the Belmont Library

Author Cara Black will be coming to the Belmont Library

February 27, 2012


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[media-credit id=56 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] Antony award-nominee author Cara Black will be coming to the Belmont Library on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 6:30 PM to present her newest installment to her Paris-based crime series, Aimée Leduc Investigations. Murder at the Lanterne Rouge: An...

Authors Tim Dorsey and Bill Fitzhugh come to Belmont Library

Authors Tim Dorsey and Bill Fitzhugh come to Belmont Library

February 27, 2012


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[media-credit id=56 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] Author Tim Dorsey and Bill Fitzhugh will be coming to the Belmont Library on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012 at 7:00pm to present their newest novels. Best-selling author Dorsey adds a fifteenth novel to his crime series staring secret agent Serge Storms. In Pineapple...

Anthony Horowitz comes to the Belmont Library

Anthony Horowitz comes to the Belmont Library

November 18, 2011


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Yesterday evening, the Belmont Library hosted world-renowned author Anthony Horowitz from the UK talking about his newest novel, a Sherlock Holmes adventure, The House of Silk. The audience was a variety of ages ranging from school age children to World War II veterans and had some people coming from as far as New York. Horowitz was able to reach out to such a diverse gr...

Belmont Incumbents safe, Royce loses in San Carlos

Belmont Incumbents safe, Royce loses in San Carlos

November 11, 2011


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Belmont and San Carlos' city council elections have finally concluded, and some candidates can breathe a sign of relief while others are looking for a new job. Incumbent David Braunstien, who is also a Carlmont history teacher, captured 36% of the vote, sealing his reelection with a comfortable l...

Belmont City Council wraps up October

Belmont City Council wraps up October

October 27, 2011


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  The Belmont City Council stayed up late last night, where they approved a new retirement program for city safety workers and heard from the town's financial oversight and audit commission who gave the town a clean bill of financial health. The Council also heard from the community in an op...

Technology panel speaking at Belmont Library

Technology panel speaking at Belmont Library

October 4, 2011


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Young professionals working for Google and Cisco will be coming to the Belmont Library on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM to discuss their the steps they took in order to work in the technology world as well as what occurs during a typical work day. Sisters Kristine Kuan and Katherine Kuan...

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