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Redwood City Council amends redistricting maps to include mobile homes

Redwood City Council amends redistricting maps to include mobile homes

Members will vote to advance a map during the Feb. 14 council meeting.
Redwood City resident builds Little Free Libraries, donates books to children all over city

Redwood City resident builds Little Free Libraries, donates books to children all over city

Barker’s team last year restocked about 6,000 books in Little Free Libraries
Redwood City plans public hearing on $17 million hotel purchased by county

Redwood City plans public hearing on $17 million hotel purchased by county

The Redwood City council may also contribute upwards of $1.3 million to rehabilitation costs
Redwood City mayor outraises opponents in state race

Redwood City mayor outraises opponents in state race

Four candidates are vying for Assembly District 21, including Redwood City Mayor Giselle Hale.
COVID-19 cases ease at local high schools, rise slightly at elementary schools

COVID-19 cases ease at local high schools, rise slightly at elementary schools

Although numbers are declining at local high schools, elementary school districts actually saw an increase in cases during the second week back at school. 
Redwood City School District moves from identifying close contacts to group tracing

Redwood City School District moves from identifying close contacts to group tracing

District will notify groups of exposed students, such as classmates, teammates, or cohorts after recently updating its COVID-19 protocols
Pro soccer team makes history, offers women equal opportunities

Pro soccer team makes history, offers women equal opportunities

More than 20 women took to the field Saturday for Bay Cities FC's first official tryouts.
A call to action, updates on staffing shortages and more, as Sequoia district hit with over 1,000 COVID cases

A call to action, updates on staffing shortages and more, as Sequoia district hit with over 1,000 COVID cases

There have been 1,283 cases so far this school year, with 1,050 of them occurring since students returned from winter break on Jan. 4.
Tsunami advisory issued for California coastal areas

Tsunami advisory issued for California coastal areas

Weather service warns: Waves will continue for hours; people should stay away from beaches
COVID-19 infection rates continue to climb, Redwood City officials say

COVID-19 infection rates continue to climb, Redwood City officials say

Due to the rise in cases, City Hall will remain closed for in-person services through the end of January.