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Redwood City to revive recycled water program at one cent per gallon

Redwood City to revive recycled water program at one cent per gallon

The city hopes to begin serving customers this fall with new, automated station
Kaiser mental health care workers return to bargaining table

Kaiser mental health care workers return to bargaining table

More than 2,000 psychologists, social workers and therapists throughout California are demanding better staffing and patient care.
Redwood City School District opts to keep language on ballot despite concerns it may 'mislead' voters

Redwood City School District opts to keep language on ballot despite concerns it may 'mislead' voters

In response, residents have filed a ballot measure rebuttal directed at Measure S
Who's running for office this November? The final list of Midpeninsula candidates is here

Who's running for office this November? The final list of Midpeninsula candidates is here

Fire 'completely destroys' Redwood City apartment, displacing dozens of residents

Fire 'completely destroys' Redwood City apartment, displacing dozens of residents

'Difficult decision' as Bay Cities FC suspends operations for rest of soccer season

'Difficult decision' as Bay Cities FC suspends operations for rest of soccer season

'Financial constraints' triggered the move, says soccer association
A grassroots organization is collecting endorsements for a sheriff’s office oversight committee

A grassroots organization is collecting endorsements for a sheriff’s office oversight committee

The North Fair Oaks Community Council to send a letter of support to the board of supervisors
Elmer Martínez Saballos appointed to city council district 4

Elmer Martínez Saballos appointed to city council district 4

The 26-year-old is a planning commissioner lifelong resident of Redwood City
Many hurdles ahead for a project to redevelop an 84-acre life sciences campus in Redwood City

Many hurdles ahead for a project to redevelop an 84-acre life sciences campus in Redwood City

The city asked for extensive revisions to the Redwood LIFE proposal in an initial round of feedback
‘Extensive’ mold damage cleaned up after leaking water heater flooded a SUHSD classroom

‘Extensive’ mold damage cleaned up after leaking water heater flooded a SUHSD classroom

A preliminary report shows no cause for concern about mold toxicity, expert said