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Sequoia Union High School District set to consider a more than half a billion-dollar bond

Sequoia Union High School District set to consider a more than half a billion-dollar bond

A trio of resolutions are up for consideration and are headed to the board on Wednesday.
Sequoia Hospital reaches agreement with health care union, ending two-week strike

Sequoia Hospital reaches agreement with health care union, ending two-week strike

The new contract will give workers a 16% raise over four years, higher staffing levels and limits on health care costs
Rep. Jackie Speier secures federal funding for local community projects, including two Redwood City projects

Rep. Jackie Speier secures federal funding for local community projects, including two Redwood City projects

One project looks to upgrade the Douglas Avenue pump station’s control components, and the other funds go to the Taube Family Carriage House
Harbor View project remains a hotly debated topic among Redwood City residents and city officials

Harbor View project remains a hotly debated topic among Redwood City residents and city officials

While many pro-housing advocates, including one nun, voiced their support, some council members disagreed about whether the new proposal meets the city’s housing needs
Dignity Health threatens to cancel striking workers’ health benefits if they don’t return to work

Dignity Health threatens to cancel striking workers’ health benefits if they don’t return to work

“I feel that I’m being held hostage,” said one lab technician. “How am I going to survive?”
Redwood City Mayor Giselle Hale ends bid for California State Assembly

Redwood City Mayor Giselle Hale ends bid for California State Assembly

Hale said that "having a stable family is a luxury, and putting my girls front and center of a battle that is not theirs to wage is not something I’m willing to do."
Emerald Hills residents put PG&E on blast for ongoing power outages

Emerald Hills residents put PG&E on blast for ongoing power outages

Customers describe interrupted medical care, poor communication and hundreds of dollars in wasted food
Redwood City council member Michael Smith abruptly resigns

Redwood City council member Michael Smith abruptly resigns

The city council has 60 days from Wednesday to appoint a council member to district 4. Otherwise, the city will have to hold a special election
Fire contained after construction crew strikes gas line at Elco Yards

Fire contained after construction crew strikes gas line at Elco Yards

No one was injured.
Bay Cities FC to compete in first NISA final

Bay Cities FC to compete in first NISA final

The team will be battling for the chance to win their first-ever trophy this Saturday.