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San Mateo County breaks ground on $57 million Navigation Center in Redwood City

San Mateo County breaks ground on $57 million Navigation Center in Redwood City

The project is ambitiously slated for completion by the end of 2022
Graduating Cañada student is raising money to help families like her own in Ukraine

Graduating Cañada student is raising money to help families like her own in Ukraine

Daria Dmytrenko wants to fight complacency with awareness
Library Foundation celebrates Makerspace opening with virtual fundraiser

Library Foundation celebrates Makerspace opening with virtual fundraiser

The virtual fundraiser will include live demos podcasting, sewing, 3D Printing, coding with robots
Redwood City moves to in-person hybrid council meetings beginning Monday

Redwood City moves to in-person hybrid council meetings beginning Monday

Residents will now be able to attend the meetings at City Hall located at 1017 Middlefield Road, but seating capacity will be limited
Road work underway in Roosevelt neighborhood near Madison Avenue

Road work underway in Roosevelt neighborhood near Madison Avenue

Minor traffic disruptions are expected as residents see road improvements
Bay Cities FC makes history in stunning upset against Monterey Bay

Bay Cities FC makes history in stunning upset against Monterey Bay

Bay Cities Football Club Defeats Monterey Bay Football Club 2-1 at PayPal Stadium in first-ever victory
Neighbors accuse county of housing flip-flop on Woodside Road

Neighbors accuse county of housing flip-flop on Woodside Road

Six townhouses are now planned for a neighborhood, where the county previously put limits on housing density and size
Residents invited to vote on how to use $1 million in city funds

Residents invited to vote on how to use $1 million in city funds

Project ideas include everything from subsidizing solar panels to expanding mental health services
She joined the march at the Capitol. Now she says she wants to bring people together.

She joined the march at the Capitol. Now she says she wants to bring people together.

Chez Nous owner says her coffee shop is a place for "everyone and every idea"
As aging population rises, more people turn to hospice for enrichment, comfort

As aging population rises, more people turn to hospice for enrichment, comfort

'Hospice brings the humanity back to the dying experience'