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Veterans Day ceremony to take place at Courthouse Square

Veterans Day ceremony to take place at Courthouse Square

The American Legion Post 105 Redwood City will host a Veterans Day ceremony on Friday, Nov. 11.
35 years after opening, Project Read continues to give students the gift of literacy

35 years after opening, Project Read continues to give students the gift of literacy

Long-time director Kathy Endaya called Redwood City’s program one of the best in the state
Redwood City Council candidates faced off in a two-hour debate over the city’s most pressing issues

Redwood City Council candidates faced off in a two-hour debate over the city’s most pressing issues

Housing, climate resilience and public safety dominated the conversation
Power restored to thousands of PG&E customers after traffic incident Monday morning

Power restored to thousands of PG&E customers after traffic incident Monday morning

A non-injury vehicle accident caused extensive damage to a power pole and lines
Union Cemetery selling wreaths to honor Civil War, WWI veterans

Union Cemetery selling wreaths to honor Civil War, WWI veterans

Anyone who wants to help can purchase a wreath for $15 between now and the end of November.
Redwood City residents join global movement to honor woman killed at the hands of Iranian police

Redwood City residents join global movement to honor woman killed at the hands of Iranian police

During an emotional candlelight vigil at Courthouse Square to draw attention to the fight for human rights after the death of Mahsa Amini, residents exchanged hugs, tears and words of comfort
Candidates for SUHSD board face off in an impassioned forum

Candidates for SUHSD board face off in an impassioned forum

Topics included student wellness, academic inequity and leveraging data for better policy-making
‘It’s definitely bittersweet’: Cyclismo Cafe closes its doors after six years of operations

‘It’s definitely bittersweet’: Cyclismo Cafe closes its doors after six years of operations

Grappling with the loss of her beloved cafe, owner Jihan Bayyari said she hopes to reimagine it someday
Masks now a matter of 'personal preference' in San Mateo County schools

Masks now a matter of 'personal preference' in San Mateo County schools

The county is currently in the CDC's lowest level for community spread of COVID-19
The push for free community college gets a major showing, as hundreds call on Newsom to sign Becker’s SB 893

The push for free community college gets a major showing, as hundreds call on Newsom to sign Becker’s SB 893

The bill would enable the district to waive or reduce enrollment fees and expand scholarship programs
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