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Redwood City is where the ship building industry began in 1851 and thrived there until 1883. A deep water channel running inland to Redwood City from San Francisco Bay was of great benefit in moving wood and logs from the redwood forests to the waterfront area where they were exported. This made Redwood City famous for its port where shipping these materials saved expense of travel over land.

Population: 79000
Local Newspapers: Redwood City Daily News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Giants (California League baseball)
Local Colleges: Cañada College

Zip Codes associated with redwood city, california: 94061 94062 94063 94065
Towns/Cities near redwood city, california : San Carols Centennial Redwood Oaks Emerald Lake Hills Palomar Park

Redwood City News
Stanford Trauma Team Provides Training for Students

Redwood City students on Thursday got a crash course in what to do following a terror attack from some of the best doctors in the nation. The students at Sequioa High School hope they never have to face a mass casualty situation.

County might limit flights at San Carlos Airport to combat noise

San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley begins a town hall meeting in Atherton on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The meeting was to discuss the noise made by Surf Air planes flying in and out of San Carlos Airport.

A cappella concert covers Great American Songbook

Covering the Great American Songbook in one concert is no small feat, but the a cappella group Ragazzi Continuo has put together a program for its upcoming performances that starts with the Revolutionary War and ends with Woodstock. With songs by Irving Berlin and David Crosby, the program gives the 11-voice men's ensemble an opportunity to branch out from the classical works it usually performs.

All in the family: Redwood City's Gourmet Haus Staudt bridges past and present

When Volker Staudt took over his parent's business some eight years ago, it was a store selling German pantry items. Years later, the store is now home to a bustling restaurant and beer garden.

SF Supervisors to Determine Fate of Delivery Robots

A slew of Bay Area cities, including Redwood City, San Carlos and Sunnyvale, have signed on to host delivery robots from Starship Technologies, but San Francisco is approaching the new service with a measure of hesitation. City Supervisor Norman Yee, who represents District 7, proposed legislation last week to ban delivery robots, citing safety and privacy concerns.

Brisbane man found not guilty in 1989 cold case murder

A San Mateo County Superior Court jury on Monday found a Brisbane man not guilty of sexually assaulting and killing a hiker on San Bruno Mountain in 1989, prosecutors said. Gabriel Ray O'Neill, 48, was accused of killing Sheila Hatcher, a 27-year-old woman found dead on March 12, 1989, but was released from custody following the jury's verdict Monday afternoon in a Redwood City courtroom.

College of Marin joins online service for budget accessibility

College of Marin's finances now will be at interactive digital fingertips - instead of buried inside laborious 200-plus-page static budget documents. Beginning May 23, the college is joining about 1,500 public agencies across the country in a Redwood City-based online service called OpenGov.com.

Caltrain electrification is back on track with federal funding

Caltrain arrives at the train station next to the Box, Inc. headquarters office building in Redwood City on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Caltrain will receive the $647 million in federal funding it needs to help electrify and modernize the Peninsula's commuter railroad, federal transportation officials announced Monday.

Homeless rate drops while some turn to their vehicles for shelter

In a biennial effort to grasp the extent of the homeless population in San Mateo County, new data revealed pivoting efforts could help tackle a moving target. Results from the 2017 One Day Homeless Count were released last week that offered mixed results over which officials with the county's Human Services Agency are cautiously optimistic.

Magazine highlights 150 years of Redwood City history

A centennial is a hard act to follow, especially 50 years later when the celebration is a sesquicentennial, which sounds like something out of the Big Foot legend of the Northwest. When Redwood City marked its 100th anniversary in 1967, the luminaries included Shirley Temple and astronaut Scott Carpenter.

How Pakistani-Americans are entering interfaith and interracial marriages - and making them work

"I rebelled. I said 'I'm going to marry whomever I want.' " Saks and Suzie's Pakistani-Palestinian-American-Muslim family Saks Afridi and Suzie Afridi.

Fatal collision blocks lanes on U.S. Highway 101

California Highway Patrol officers block lanes on northbound U.S. Highway 101 near Embarcadero Road where a two-vehicle collision left at least one person dead on May 20, 2017. Photo courtesy CHP Redwood City.

Transient sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for second-degree murder

A homeless man convicted of beating another man to death on a street near Redwood City was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison Friday, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Prosecutors said the victim's sister and brother-in-law addressed the court Friday as Paul Ahern, 56, was sentenced to the statutory term for second-degree murder, a conviction he received in March after a three-day trial.

Kitten Nursery welcomes visitors: Peninsula Humane Society hosts educational fundraiser Saturday

It's kitten season and the Peninsula Humane Society is inviting the public to come learn what it takes to nurture these infant felines toward adoption. This Saturday marks the nonprofit's third annual Kitten Nursery Shower, a family-friendly event where visitors can see what goes in to caring for the tiny just weeks-old cats.

County floats efforts to mitigate airport noise: New flight routes,...

County officials presented a number of measures aimed at addressing citizen concerns about aircraft noise stemming from the San Carlos Airport Thursday amid continued concerns expressed by Peninsula residents and their neighbors to the south. Among the new strategies proposed at a community meeting at the FATCO building in downtown Redwood City was the exploration of new flight patterns taking planes over fewer residences, which Assistant County Manager Mike Callagy said had come out of renewed conversations between small-aircraft, members-only Surf Air, the San Carlos Airport Association, which represents many pilots using the airport, and the county in recent weeks.

Fake meat so realistic that it bleeds

Umami Burger edged its way into Southern California's hyper-competitive burger market with an ultra-savory take on the American classic inspired by Japanese flavors such as seaweed and shiitake mushrooms. The cutting-edge patties are supplied by Impossible Foods, a Silicon Valley start-up that has raised $182 million in venture funding and counts Bill Gates as one of its earliest investors.

Want to See a Safer El Camino Real? City of Redwood Survey Closes Tonight

As part of its ongoing efforts to create a safer El Camino Real, the City of Redwood is seeking input from the public through an online survey that closes tonight. The information gathered from the survey will be shared with the public at a June 7 meeting and will inform the decision making for the infrastructure that goes into the project's design.

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