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Community accuses Sequoia district board of forcing out first Black female superintendent

Community accuses Sequoia district board of forcing out first Black female superintendent

Williams, who normally attends regular board meetings, was not present at Wednesday night’s meeting.
‘Bold and people-centric’: A new era begins under Redwood City’s distinctly young, queer council

‘Bold and people-centric’: A new era begins under Redwood City’s distinctly young, queer council

The council includes three members under the age of 30
Residents voice strong support for Sequoia district superintendent during special meeting

Residents voice strong support for Sequoia district superintendent during special meeting

As the board evaluates Darnise Williams' performance, some worried she might be fired, but no action was taken
Redwood City finished a $550K speed humps project. Then construction started again

Redwood City finished a $550K speed humps project. Then construction started again

Two dozen speed humps were rebuilt at the cost of $120K
Redwood City Police to have additional officers on patrol through New Year’s Day

Redwood City Police to have additional officers on patrol through New Year’s Day

National “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign begins Dec. 14
Redwood City solid waste customers to pay more in 2023 for trash pickup

Redwood City solid waste customers to pay more in 2023 for trash pickup

Redwood City council members gave a resounding yes to increased solid waste collection rates for the upcoming year during a Monday night meeting.
Redwood City celebrates 40 years as 'Tree City USA'

Redwood City celebrates 40 years as 'Tree City USA'

The city has been designated as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for the past 40 years
‘A collective hug’: Hundreds of mourners gathered to celebrate the lives of a beloved San Carlos couple

‘A collective hug’: Hundreds of mourners gathered to celebrate the lives of a beloved San Carlos couple

Spiridon and Ammen, who were killed in a car crash on Nov. 4, were remembered as loyal friends, beloved children and adoring parents. 
Legal immigration services organization opens office in downtown Redwood City

Legal immigration services organization opens office in downtown Redwood City

Immigration services “the key for folks to find their pathway,” according to Deputy Director Sheryl Muñoz-Bergman
Sen. Becker kicks off parking lot to park project with $4.45 million check

Sen. Becker kicks off parking lot to park project with $4.45 million check

The new park and community area will be built next to the Redwood City Public Library at 1012 Main Street. 
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