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Raising the barre: Dance school marks 75th anniversary

Raising the barre: Dance school marks 75th anniversary

The party takes place Saturday, Sept. 10, from noon to 3 p.m.
Redwood City to revive recycled water program at one cent per gallon

Redwood City to revive recycled water program at one cent per gallon

The city hopes to begin serving customers this fall with new, automated station
From malasadas to maple bars, here are 13 can't-miss doughnut destinations on the Peninsula

From malasadas to maple bars, here are 13 can't-miss doughnut destinations on the Peninsula

From malasadas to maple bars, here are the can’t-miss spots to get your favorite breakfast treat any time of day.
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes asks for new trial

Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes asks for new trial

Attorneys cite a visit to her home by the chief prosecution witness who had alleged misgivings about his testimony and 'new evidence' tied to her relationship with former COO
Kaiser mental health care workers return to bargaining table

Kaiser mental health care workers return to bargaining table

More than 2,000 psychologists, social workers and therapists throughout California are demanding better staffing and patient care.
Redwood City man arrested in South City for possession of replica gun and suspected meth

Redwood City man arrested in South City for possession of replica gun and suspected meth

Felons are not allowed to purchase or possess stun guns
Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of 'Captive of the Labyrinth,' to present at history museum

Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of 'Captive of the Labyrinth,' to present at history museum

The San Mateo County History Museum will host Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of Captive of the Labyrinth, on Sept. 10.
‘We have a diet that is literally killing us.’ Why Frances Moore Lappé’s groundbreaking ‘Diet for a Small Planet’ is more relevant than ever

‘We have a diet that is literally killing us.’ Why Frances Moore Lappé’s groundbreaking ‘Diet for a Small Planet’ is more relevant than ever

Lappé talks about the intersection of democracy and food systems and the impact of her first book 50 years later ahead of a San Mateo County Libraries event Sept. 7.
Armed robbers corner couple at Stanford Shopping Center, escape with jewelry and purse

Armed robbers corner couple at Stanford Shopping Center, escape with jewelry and purse

Group leaves in two vehicles, one of which rams into pickup truck to flee area amid traffic
Redwood City School District opts to keep language on ballot despite concerns it may 'mislead' voters

Redwood City School District opts to keep language on ballot despite concerns it may 'mislead' voters

In response, residents have filed a ballot measure rebuttal directed at Measure S