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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Alyssa Neumann

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At Tuesday’s meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed a proposed smoke-free ordinance that would ban smoking in the city’s apartments and communal houses.
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At Tuesday’s meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed a proposed smoke-free ordinance that would ban smoking in the city’s apartments and communal houses.
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Berkeley City Council accepted a zoning appeal Tuesday night 8-1, stalling a plan to develop a new ice cream shop on the corner of Telegraph Ave. and Channing Way, directly across from CREAM.
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Berkeley City Council accepted a zoning appeal Tuesday night 8-1, stalling a plan to develop a new ice cream shop on the corner of Telegraph Ave. and Channing Way, directly across from CREAM.
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African Americans, Asians and Hispanics are more likely to experience extreme heat waves because of where they live, according to researchers at UC Berkeley.
African Americans, Asians and Hispanics are more likely to experience extreme heat waves because of where they live, according to researchers at UC Berkeley.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3299 announced Tuesday that its members voted to strike against the University of California for alleged prioritization of profits over patients.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3299 announced Tuesday that its members voted to strike against the University of California for alleged prioritization of profits over patients.
Over 30 people attended the ceremonious signing and mailing at the Downtown Berkeley post office to appeal the Postal Services recent approval to relocate it and call for a suspension of the reduction of post offices across the country.
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Over 30 people attended the ceremonious signing and mailing at the Downtown Berkeley post office to appeal the Postal Services recent approval to relocate it and call for a suspension of the reduction of post offices across the country.
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Berkeley city employees are responding with mixed feelings after the city apologizes for inadvertently sharing social security numbers in responding to a public records request in March.
Berkeley city employees are responding with mixed feelings after the city apologizes for inadvertently sharing social security numbers in responding to a public records request in March.
Maudelle Shirek, former Berkeley City Councilmember known for her boundless energy and lifelong activism, died April 11 in a nursing home in Vallejo at the age of 101.
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Maudelle Shirek, former Berkeley City Councilmember known for her boundless energy and lifelong activism, died April 11 in a nursing home in Vallejo at the age of 101.
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An 8 year old girl was shot with an arrow around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning near the campus’ Lawrence Hall of Science.
An 8 year old girl was shot with an arrow around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning near the campus’ Lawrence Hall of Science.
Berkeley Unified School Board President Leah Wilson announced Tuesday that she will resign her post, citing concerns about a potential conflict of interest with her new job as the Court Executive Officer for the Alameda Superior Court.
Berkeley Unified School Board President Leah Wilson announced Tuesday that she will resign her post, citing concerns about a potential conflict of interest with her new job as the Court Executive Officer for the Alameda Superior Court.
ASUC President Connor Landgraf introduced two new bills at the ASUC Senate meeting Wednesday night, addressing both a renegotiated contract with AC Transit and a proposed a fee raise to increase campus fitness and wellness services.
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ASUC President Connor Landgraf introduced two new bills at the ASUC Senate meeting Wednesday night, addressing both a renegotiated contract with AC Transit and a proposed a fee raise to increase campus fitness and wellness services.
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