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Bay Cities FC makes history in stunning upset against Monterey Bay

Bay Cities FC makes history in stunning upset against Monterey Bay

Bay Cities Football Club Defeats Monterey Bay Football Club 2-1 at PayPal Stadium in first-ever victory
Neighbors accuse county of housing flip-flop on Woodside Road

Neighbors accuse county of housing flip-flop on Woodside Road

Six townhouses are now planned for a neighborhood, where the county previously put limits on housing density and size
Residents invited to vote on how to use $1 million in city funds

Residents invited to vote on how to use $1 million in city funds

Project ideas include everything from subsidizing solar panels to expanding mental health services
She joined the march at the Capitol. Now she says she wants to bring people together.

She joined the march at the Capitol. Now she says she wants to bring people together.

Chez Nous owner says her coffee shop is a place for "everyone and every idea"
As aging population rises, more people turn to hospice for enrichment, comfort

As aging population rises, more people turn to hospice for enrichment, comfort

'Hospice brings the humanity back to the dying experience'
Public gathering space opens outside Redwood City Library

Public gathering space opens outside Redwood City Library

This newly renovated space features new umbrellas and ADA compliant tables to create a public space that benefits the community’s happiness and wellbeing
North Fair Oaks throws support behind countywide push for free college enrollment

North Fair Oaks throws support behind countywide push for free college enrollment

Under SB 893, students in San Mateo County could have free or reduced tuition to community college
Redwood City lawyer withdraws from District 15 race

Redwood City lawyer withdraws from District 15 race

Redwood City lawyer ends campaign
State orders Sims Metal to clean up pollution weeks after fire at Redwood City facility

State orders Sims Metal to clean up pollution weeks after fire at Redwood City facility

The news comes after a March 9 blaze
Ravenswood school mask mandate will remain in place until at least mid-April

Ravenswood school mask mandate will remain in place until at least mid-April

Teachers union, classified staff leadership prefer to continue requirement through rest of academic year