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As the Redwood City School District struggles to retain teachers, Roosevelt drops the school’s sixth grade

As the Redwood City School District struggles to retain teachers, Roosevelt drops the school’s sixth grade

Parents were notified in the Spring that their children would need to choose a different campus to attend for the upcoming school year
County seeks community input on mural project

County seeks community input on mural project

What does a healthy community look like? Your answers will help shape North Fair Oaks latest mural project.
Mandarin Immersion Program students showcase language skills at national competition

Mandarin Immersion Program students showcase language skills at national competition

A number of local students recently competed in the Chinese Bridge Competition, a Mandarin contest for non-native speaking students across the U.S.
Homeless man collapses, dies on building in Redwood City

Homeless man collapses, dies on building in Redwood City

Officials believe the man accessed the parking garage through a ventilation shaft, which ran from the parking garage through the roof of the address above.
City Council to review applications for district 4 candidates at Monday’s meeting

City Council to review applications for district 4 candidates at Monday’s meeting

Three residents have applied to replace the district left vacant by Michael Smith
School bond measures headed to November ballot as students return to class in Redwood City

School bond measures headed to November ballot as students return to class in Redwood City

Two bond measures totaling $889 million are headed to the November ballot
With ongoing power outages, Emerald Hills residents get long-awaited apology from energy company

With ongoing power outages, Emerald Hills residents get long-awaited apology from energy company

PG&E hosted a community meeting to address concerns, but customers remain wary
North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

Hundreds of residents came out to sip horchata, watch traditional folklórico dance and reconnect with their neighbors.
Mayor Giselle Hale's mental health initiative receives $250K investment

Mayor Giselle Hale's mental health initiative receives $250K investment

The nonprofits that will be receiving the funding are Star Vista, Daly City Youth Health Center and the Una Vida program through OneLife Counseling.
Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Next month, 69-year-old Harvey Bondar will ride to Los Angeles to raise funds and awareness for arthritis.