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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
Wednesday: Sheriff candidates set to debate on April 25

The two candidates running for the office of San Mateo County Sheriff in the June 5 primary election are scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, in Redwood City for a debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters of South San Mateo County. It's rare for the race for sheriff to be contested.

Snake season has arrived in Northern California, which means venomous ...

Snake season has arrived in Northern California, which means venomous rattlesnakes will be slithering around the East and South Bay. Pictured above: Northern Pacific rattlesnake.

Housing tool eyed to help affordability

Following the adoption of two renter protection measures in late March, the Redwood City Council is exploring additional policies to address the ongoing housing crisis, including an ordinance that would require residential developments to include some percentage of affordable housing. "Our approach to housing is two-pronged," Mayor Ian Bain said.

Museum spotlights county peace officers KIA

Slain law enforcement officers will be honored on Wednesday, May 2 in Redwood City during a 10 a.m. ceremony in front of the San Mateo County History Museum, home to an exhibit that tells the story of all local officers killed in the line of duty. The life and death accounts are recorded in the museum's Fallen Officers Memorial Kiosk that holds photographs and biographies of Peninsula law enforcement officers killed from 1888 to 2006.

San Mateo County birth announcements

Michael Donohue and Clara Nieto, of Hayward, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on April 9, 2018. Scott and Lindsey Brill, of Emerald Hills, gave birth to a baby boy at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City on April 12, 2018.

Finding fellowship in military service

In an effort to help San Mateo County veterans bridge military and civilian life, local agencies and organizations are focusing on how their programs can provide career advancement and connections with their local peers. Representing everything from the county library system to local and national health services, dozens of organizations filled lines of tables at the American Legion Post 105 in Redwood City Friday to spread the word to county veterans about the resources they provide.

Killer convicted of husband's smothering found suitable for parole

More than 17 years after a 47-year-old Redwood City woman was convicted of second-degree murder for smothering her 79-year-old husband with a pillow, she was suitable for parole Friday, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Now 64 years old, Rosa Manrow admitted for the first time she killed her husband in her second appearance in front of a parole board Friday.

Redwood City considers traffic calming improvements

The Redwood City Council is considering a project that would bring various traffic-calming improvements to Hopkins Avenue between Alamada de las Pulgas and El Camino Real, though some residents are concerned about the cost and impacts of some of those improvements. The council will vote Monday to approve the conceptual design of the project, which has a "planning-level" cost estimate of $1.25 million and is a response to safety concerns expressed by numerous residents in an area home to several schools, according to a staff report.

Cable guy arrested for theft

A Redwood City man was arrested Thursday for stealing from customers while he was working as a Comcast technician in Daly City and Half Moon Bay, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. In September 2016 and August 2017, Christian Ivan Arias-Monroy, 31, was sent to customer's homes for repairs.

Managed lanes moves ahead

A $514 million proposal, which has been in the works for years, would create a new express lane in each direction on Highway 101 from Whipple Avenue in Redwood City to Interstate 380 in San Bruno for carpoolers and those willing to pay. The effort to bring express lanes to the stretch of Highway 101 that runs through San Mateo County has taken a step toward the design phase despite persisting concern about charging tolls to drive on those lanes.

Setting the record straight on Akiba

The March 6 article " Japanese official allegedly did not rule out building nuclear weapons storage site in Okinawa " repeated an allegation by a U.S. researcher that we know not to be true. This is in reference to a 2009 discussion between the U.S. Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the U.S. and a representative from the Japanese Embassy in Washington.

University Art closing San Jose store as art-supply chain turns 70

University Art has announced it will close its San Jose store on Meridian Avenue by May 6, 2018. Just because Amazon is opening bookstores doesn't mean online retail isn't still making life harder for brick-and-mortar stores - even those with big followings like University Art, the art supply store that announced this week that it will close its San Jose location on Meridian Avenue.

Waterfront development approved

Artist's rendering of proposed townhouses at 1548 Maple St., along a 7.9-acre stretch of Redwood City's waterfront. A 131-townhouse development along Redwood City's waterfront has been approved after officials and residents alike celebrated it for bolstering the city's housing stock and bringing entry-level homes to an area in need of revitalization.

Boyfriend of Half Moon Bay woman shot dead pleads to drug possession

The investigation of a woman found in February with a gunshot wound to the head in Half Moon Bay is continuing as her boyfriend pleaded no contest Wednesday to felony possession of cocaine and Xanax, among other controlled substances, for the purposes of selling them, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office. Thousands of pills and several ounces of cocaine and marijuana were found at the Poplar Street residence of Tristan Cecil, 21, after a narcotics task force and Redwood City police officers executed a search warrant of his home in an investigation of the death of his 18-year-old girlfriend, Kimberly Quiroz.

Police reports

An unknown person stole clothing on Walnut Street in Redwood City, it was reported at 5:48 p.m. Thursday, April 5. Stolen vehicle. A vehicle was stolen on Canoe Court, it was reported at 11:39 a.m. Saturday, April 7. Reckless drivers.

Among other allegations, the suit said the teen's fourth and fifth amendment rights were violated.

The city will pay $250,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging a black teenager's civil rights were violated two years ago when he was attacked by a police dog, attorneys said. TJ Murray, who was 16 at the time, was repeatedly bitten by a Palo Alto Police Department dog on the night of April 6, 2016, said his San Francisco-based attorney David Helbraun.

'taste of science' Peninsula

The annual taste of science Peninsula festival will be held again April 22-28. Most of the events are kid-friendly, and children under 6 are free .

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