Raven Report

Town Hall addresses teacher housing as development grows in Peninsula

Nick Abraham, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2019

With boarded up windows downtown, vacant buildings and empty streets, Redwood City earned the nickname “Deadwood City” for years. Today, the city has taken a 180-degree turn. The development of the Downtown Precise Plan...

Gentrification: acknowledging accountability and protecting vulnerable residents

Nick Abraham, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2019

This is an extension of a story on teacher housing, which can be found here. While Facebook and other corporations’ willingness to help fix the housing crisis is necessary and beneficial, this needs to come with an acknowledgment of personal responsibilit...

Lunar New Year Photo Album

Lex Navarra

March 15, 2019

Hundreds of Bay Area citizens gathered in Redwood City’s Courthouse Square on Feb. 9 to celebrate Lunar New Year and Asian heritage.

RCSD bids farewell to four schools after declining enrollment threatens the district

Mia Padilla and Ysabelle Punzal

December 24, 2018

Due to budget cuts, a loss of funding and a decrease in enrollments, Fair Oaks Community School and Taft Elementary School will be combined into one campus, and Adelante and Selby Lane Spanish Immersion programs will become one starti...

Businesses bring new careers, drive up rent

Jay Tipirneni, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2018

With the emergence of startups and other larger companies in Redwood City, our area is changing drastically. There are more than 700 companies now in Redwood City, many being part of the technology industry, like Oracle and Box...

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