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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.
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: CaÃ±ada 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
Seven years after fatal collision, new stoplights operating on El Camino
The town of Atherton has posted this graphic on its website to show how the new pedestrian-activated stoplights work. In 2010, Chris Chandler, 62, was killed in an Atherton crosswalk on El Camino Real.San Mateo County birth announcements
Kenneth and Christine Portillo, of Redwood City, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on Nov. 8, 2017. Brent Kawaye and Jaime Della Santina, of Redwood City, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on Nov. 8, 2017.Two - ladies of the night' plead not guilty for robbing man in Burlingame hotel
Two women entered not guilty pleas Friday in a Redwood City courtroom for allegedly robbing a businessman who thought he was going to have sex with the pair, San Mateo County prosecutors said Friday. Alexandria Czap, 27, and Kristen Steffan, 28, both of Sacramento, started a conversation at 11 p.m. with a 60-year-old businessman in a hotel bar in Burlingame.Hundreds turn out to debate proposed RV ordinance
On Weeks Street in East Palo Alto, many neighbors have complained that the area is full of human waste, trash, debris and other blight that is dangerous to human health. Photo by Veronica Weber.Holiday shopping out of the box
Artists gather under the dome of the San Mateo County History Museum in Redwood City to share their work in last year's ART on the Square Holiday Show. Those wishing to think outside the box for this year's holiday gifts need look no farther than the wide array of locally-made art pieces to be featured in the second annual ART on the Square Holiday Show in the San Mateo County History Museum this Saturday.Museum gotta see - um
This contemporary interpretation of a traditional Mayan woman's blouse is part of 'Empowering Threads: Textiles of Jolom Mayaetik,' at the San Francisco Airport Museum through April 1, 2018. "EMPOWERING THREADS: TEXTILES OF JOLOM MAYAETIK," AT THE SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT MUSEUM.Mountain View: Thousands meet to discuss Bay Area housing crisis
An On the Table discussion Wednesday morning, Nov. 15, 2017, at the office of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in Mountain View included, from left, Scott Strickland from Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez's office, Mountain View Mayor Ken Rosenberg, SVCF Director of Initiatives and Special Projects Mauricio Palma, and SVCF founder and CEO Emmett D. Carson. Thousands of people participated in more than 700 small meetings Wednesday all around the Bay Area to talk about housing problems.Judge hands tech billionaire legal win in beach access fight
Jameson Kenway walks back to his car for work after an hour of surfing at Martins Beach in Half Moon Bay, Calif. Thursday, October 26, 2017.Mountain View: Construction underway for Wonder Years Preschool
An archtect's rendering of the front facade of the new, two-story building for Wonder Years Preschool on El Camino Real in Mountain View. The foundation is to be laid the week of Nov. 20, 2017.Leadership award: Boys & Girls Clubs director honored for work with youths
Michael Jones, second from right, senior unit director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula, stands with his family to his left Nov. 9 as he was honored for receiving a 2017 Maytag Dependable Leader Award. At far right is Redwood City Vice Mayor Ian Bain, who is holding a proclamation from the City Council.RV evictions in East Palo Alto protested
Patricia Finau Lopez, right, leads protesters as they chant "we will not move" on Weeks Street during a protest against the city's notice to tow RVs on Nov. 15, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.Books: Andy Weir is over the moon with his new novel, 'Artemis'
Author Andy Weir is following up his best-seller "The Martian" with "Artemis," a sci-fi-fi thriller set on the first inhabited city on the moon. To write "The Martian," Andy Weir sat in his Mountain View living room and thought up horrible things that could happen to an astronaut stranded on Mars.TechShop shuts down nationwide, plans bankruptcy filing
TechShop San Jose staff help visitors to the popular maker space's new downtown San Jose location at 38 S. Second St., which opened April 6, 2017. TechShop announced they have closed all 10 of their locations, including its Bay Area locations in San Jose, San Francisco and Redwood City.Inexorably, a sea change is heading for southern Millbrae.
Inexorably, a sea change is heading for southern Millbrae. Three huge high-rises, proposed for properties adjacent to a key Peninsula transportation hub, are on target to alter the town's skyline in a very big way.Soprano Diane Squires
Successful composers have never lacked for self-confidence, but the very existence of John Corigliano's song cycle "Mr. Tambourine Man" retains its power to startle. The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer undertook to fit out the lyrics of seven Bob Dylan songs - including the title song and "Blowin' in the Wind" - with his own new musical settings.Guardant Health Database Reveals Potential of Targeted Therapy...
REDWOOD CITY, Calif: Research led by scientists at UC San Francisco and the Francis Crick Institute in London has used Guardant Health's database of comprehensive liquid biopsy results to demonstrate that combinations of targeted therapies should be studied in the treatment of certain advanced lung cancers. The findings, published in Nature Genetics, suggest that physicians may need to reevaluate the current practice of selecting treatment based on the detection of single genomic biomarkers.Redwood City man arrested on suspicion of vehicular burglary
At 6:48 a.m., officers went to the Caltrain parking lot at 833 San Mateo Ave. in San Bruno after someone called to report a burglary in progress. Police said that when officers arrived they found 46-year-old Matthew Spessard inside a vehicle that he allegedly burglarized.
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