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Back in the tent: The Zoppé Family Circus carries on a centuries-old tradition

Back in the tent: The Zoppé Family Circus carries on a centuries-old tradition

“The way we let the performance go, we try to let it live,” says Giovanni Zoppé. “It’s a living creature that always changes as we do.”
Redwood City paves way for electric scooters and bikes

Redwood City paves way for electric scooters and bikes

The city will not immediately solicit vendors, but that could change, said city transportation manager
Redwood City asking residents to submit redistricting maps using 'communities of interest'

Redwood City asking residents to submit redistricting maps using 'communities of interest'

Redwood City police confirm assault on Woodside Road

Redwood City police confirm assault on Woodside Road

There was "no evidence to suggest firearms were used, police said
Redwood City library reopens after more than a year

Redwood City library reopens after more than a year

The library has implemented several visiting guidelines and safety measures
Redwood City Council to decide whether to continue virtual meetings

Redwood City Council to decide whether to continue virtual meetings

The city council closed session begins at 5 p.m. and the regular meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
Frustration over second year without celebration of Mexican Independence

Frustration over second year without celebration of Mexican Independence

Despite initial agreement, the planning committee ultimately decided to cancel Fiestas Patrias over health and safety concerns.
Redwood City organiza un taller comunitario sobre la redistribución de distritos

Redwood City organiza un taller comunitario sobre la redistribución de distritos

Este sabado a las 10 de la mañana
Shots fired into Mexican restaurant in Redwood City

Shots fired into Mexican restaurant in Redwood City

Several people were injured during a shooting early Sunday morning at Mariscos El Camino.
Redwood City tackles affordable housing with ‘bold move’

Redwood City tackles affordable housing with ‘bold move’

Live/Work is intended to reduce the impacts of the jobs/housing imbalance, mitigate displacement pressures and provide environmental benefits, city officials said.