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Local vets back canine therapy program

Local vets back canine therapy program

Paws for Purple Hearts connects veterans and active military members with a highly trained canine companion.
17-year-old driver could face manslaughter or murder charges for deadly car crash

17-year-old driver could face manslaughter or murder charges for deadly car crash

Whether the minor was drag racing is ‘an important element,’ according to the district attorney
Redwood City School District distributes COVID tests ahead of Thanksgiving break

Redwood City School District distributes COVID tests ahead of Thanksgiving break

Redwood City School District is asking all students and staff to test for COVID on Nov. 27 before returning to the classroom
Redwood City district 2 council race still too close to call

Redwood City district 2 council race still too close to call

The county elections division has processed 223,399 ballots, with an estimated 28,000 left to count. 
Former football players bring 'good, old-fashioned Christmas' cheer to thousands of Bay Area kids

Former football players bring 'good, old-fashioned Christmas' cheer to thousands of Bay Area kids

At the annual toy drive, visitors can donate a gift in exchange for holiday treats, elaborately decorated trees and visits from local 49er legends
Redwood City OKs 27-acre Harbor View development

Redwood City OKs 27-acre Harbor View development

Proponents said the $65.6 million community benefit package outweighs the costs of the project
Just two votes separate Sturken, Becker in Redwood City district 2 race

Just two votes separate Sturken, Becker in Redwood City district 2 race

As of late Monday, the countywide voter turnout hovers at 44.7 percent
Redwood City leaders discussing legal options as possible lawsuit against ban on gun retail looms

Redwood City leaders discussing legal options as possible lawsuit against ban on gun retail looms

A gun rights advocacy group is accusing the city of violating its residents’ constitutional rights
A 19-year-old Stanford student has been elected to the local school board

A 19-year-old Stanford student has been elected to the local school board

Sathvik Nori will be the youngest member ever to serve as a trustee for the Sequoia Union High School District
Skulls, flowers and twinkling lights transform downtown Redwood City into a vibrant celebration of life—and death

Skulls, flowers and twinkling lights transform downtown Redwood City into a vibrant celebration of life—and death

Crowds of people gathered for the city’s annual Día de los Muertos festival
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