For more than 60 years, the Town Crier has chronicled the news of Los Altos and Los Altos Hills each week. From…More pancake breakfasts to charter school movements, the paper has covered the celebrations and passions of a community that revolves around family and quality of life.
The logo of a colonial New England-style town crier wielding his bell that appears on the paper's banner may seem out of place for a California town, but it has been the familiar and enduring symbol of the Crier. The Crier's Main Street office prominently displays its collection of hand bells in its front window.
Co-owners and publishers Paul and Liz Nyberg a were recently honored as "Hometown Heroes" by the Community Services Agency for their continuous volunteerism and championing of causes benefiting the public over the years.