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North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

Hundreds of residents came out to sip horchata, watch traditional folklórico dance and reconnect with their neighbors.
Mayor Giselle Hale's mental health initiative receives $250K investment

Mayor Giselle Hale's mental health initiative receives $250K investment

The nonprofits that will be receiving the funding are Star Vista, Daly City Youth Health Center and the Una Vida program through OneLife Counseling.
Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Next month, 69-year-old Harvey Bondar will ride to Los Angeles to raise funds and awareness for arthritis.
Man flips car on Middlefield Road, walks away unharmed, officials say

Man flips car on Middlefield Road, walks away unharmed, officials say

A CHP officer told the Pulse the man exited the vehicle on his own and did not require hospitalization.
Local school districts take divergent views on the controversial zero period

Local school districts take divergent views on the controversial zero period

Some see advantages to early-morning offerings, others consider it antithetical to later start times
To combat teens' sleep deprivation, California schools must start their days later

To combat teens' sleep deprivation, California schools must start their days later

Experts say more sleep will improve students' health, academic and athletic performance
Here are your city council candidates

Here are your city council candidates

So far, there are three candidates who have filed papers in district 2, while district 6 has two. Only one person has filed papers in district 5.
Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians to go on strike starting Monday

Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians to go on strike starting Monday

“We don’t take striking lightly, but it’s time to take a stand and make Kaiser spend some of its billions on mental health care, said Sal Rosselli, president of the National Union of Healthcare Workers.
Sequoia Trailer Park residents demand an end to alleged safety violations after county inspections

Sequoia Trailer Park residents demand an end to alleged safety violations after county inspections

Facing major sewage leaks and failing electrical systems, they have called on the county to stop enforcement of minor infractions and look instead to large-scale improvements to the trailer park. 
Redwood City Woman’s Club hosts community blood drive

Redwood City Woman’s Club hosts community blood drive

A community blood drive will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.