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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
Menlo fire fighters and district officials gather for official 100th anniversary photo

Fire fighters and district officials of the Menlo Park Fire Protection District gathered this morning for an official 100th anniversary portrait, seen above from a drone perspective. Emails Jim Lewis of the Menlo Park Historical Association: "The Fire District took a similar photo for their 75th year anniversary and again at their 90th.

Class notes

Taylor Murray, of Belmont, Amanda Marotto, of Foster City, Peter Lowe, of Hillsborough, Helmi Henkin, of Menlo Park, Victoria Grench, of Pacifica, Tatiana Viera and Maxwell Ware, of Redwood City, Caitlyn Matoso and Julia Shray, of San Carlos as well as Jade Barkett and Vincent Way, of San Mateo, were named to the dean's list at the University of Alabama. Crystal Lee, of San Mateo, and Emma O'Hara, of Redwood City, was named to the dean's list at Colby College.

Veterans advocates honored by county commission

Romie Bassetto remembers they way he felt after returning from Vietnam in 1969, two years after being drafted by the U.S. Army, where he operated a gun-Jeep, a Jeep equipped with a 50-caliber machine gun used in supply transportation. The longtime Redwood City resident said he distinctly remembers an early February morning in 1969 when he was released through a side-door exit from the Oakland Army Center, still clad in his jungle fatigues and boots.

Vungle CEO Arrested For Child Rape and Attempted Murder

Freshly Exhumed writes: Axios is working to get details about a revelation on a government website that Vungle CEO Zain Jaffer is facing charges at the Maple Street Correctional Center in Redwood City, California of attempted murder , a lewd act on a child, oral copulation of a person under 14, child abuse, assault with a deadly weapon and battery upon an officer and emergency personnel. Vungle is self-described on its website as "the leading in-app video advertising platform for performance marketers," and was founded by Jaffer in 2011.

Atherton: Resident hospitalized after carport, home catch on fire

Menlo Park Fire Protection District Assistant Fire Marshal Bob Blach inspects an electrical power outlet and wiring looking for the cause of a fire on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at 76 Belbrook Way, Atherton. An Atherton man was hospitalized early Wednesday morning for smoke inhalation due to a structure fire at his residence at 76 Belbrook Way.

Rising up to meet the disaster

Sheila Donovan works the Tubbs Fire in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties with fellow Palo Alto firefighters and Engine 65. The crew arrived at the fire on Oct. 9 and worked 36 hours straight before alternating 24-hour shifts. Early this week, the crew was still working the fire,which has burned over 35,000 acres.

Woodside Community Theatre animates 'Annie' with additions

How to make the hit musical "Annie" feel fresh 40 years after it debuted on Broadway? Woodside Community Theatre's approach is to add tap dancing, roller skating, tumbling, some physical comedy and a dream sequence to liven things up and boost the show's positive message. As director Gary Stanford Jr. of Woodside says: "If Annie can, anybody can."

The police dog, named Crash, is expected to return to work after taking a few days off.

Thomas Williams, 33, of Redwood City, was arrested late Wednesday night for warrants and an assault charge after he allegedly tried to hit a sheriff's deputy and choked a police dog named Crash. . Crash, a San Mateo County Sheriff's Office police dog, is shown in this undated photo.

San Mateo County K-9 choked in confrontation with wanted man

Thomas Williams, 33, of Redwood City, was arrested late Wednesday night for warrants and an assault charge after he allegedly tried to hit a sheriff's deputy and choked a police dog named Crash. . Crash, a San Mateo County Sheriff's Office police dog, is shown in this undated photo.

Horgan: Tiny Colma had a dark side in the 1970s

They sat down to a bountiful buffet at the Sharp Park Restaurant in Pacifica earlier this month. The conversation quickly turned to the incidents that stuck in certain memories, some hilarious, some not.

Immigrant summit seeks to aid integration

In an effort to understand how public policies affect immigrants in San Mateo County, representatives of agencies across the county gathered at the Immigrant Integration Summit in Redwood City's Fox Theatre Wednesday. Now in its second year, the event offered an opportunity to examine initiatives stemming from discussions sparked last year, such as increased language access to county services for those for whom English isn't their first language, counseling and wellness programs designed for those with immigrant experiences and increased outreach to parents and teachers in school communities.

Bees get a break in San Mateo

The San Mateo County Beekeepers' Guild has been encouraging local governments to adopt ordinances and policies promoting, not restricting, residents' ability to support dwindling colonies of pollinators. On Monday, the San Mateo City Council voted to relax its rules and lift permitting requirements for beekeepers.

A key decision to make: Should it be at road level, or elevated?

Concept art from SkyTran, which operates at NASA Ames Research Center, of its high-speed, low-cost, elevated Personal Rapid Transit system. Dr. Robert Baertsch, founder and vice president for software engineering at SkyTran, spoke about the project to the Mountain View City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

Theater: Chasing cheese with glowing wires in 'Moon Mouse'

Co-creator of Lightwire Theater, Ian Carney shows off one of the many neon creatures from the glow-in-the-dark storytelling troupe. Lightwire Theater will perform "Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey," at Palo Alto's Oshman Family JCC at 4:30 and 6:15 p.m. on Oct. 22, 2017.

EA 'Star Wars' Delay Stirs Unease Over Industry Shift to Service Model

Electronic Arts Inc.'s sudden decision to put a highly anticipated Star Wars game on ice drew sharp questioning over how the company plans to monetize it, and raised concerns on Wall Street about the impact to next year's fiscal earnings. EA said it is shuttering Visceral Games, a Redwood City, Calif., studio tasked in 2014 with creating a story-driven game set in the Star Wars universe.

BlueVine takes in $130 mln

Small business lender BlueVine has raised up to $130 million in debt funding. The backers were Silicon Valley Bank, SunTrust Bank, Bank Leumi and TriplePoint Venture Growth BDC Corp .

Police reports

Someone was following a person who stole a red hat on El Camino Real in Redwood City, it was reported at 7:21 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12. Burglary. Someone stole $155 from an unlocked cash box at a business on the 200 block of Industrial Road, it was reported at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4. Burglary.

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