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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Daphne Chen

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In light of looming deficits, the city of Berkeley may face difficulties in funding future Sunday Streets, a new and well received community event.
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In light of looming deficits, the city of Berkeley may face difficulties in funding future Sunday Streets, a new and well received community event.
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The city of Berkeley will face a projected deficit of $3 million in fiscal year 2014 if no measures are taken to balance the budget, according to a report from the city manager's office.
The city of Berkeley will face a projected deficit of $3 million in fiscal year 2014 if no measures are taken to balance the budget, according to a report from the city manager's office.
Like many school districts across the nation, concerns about school safety after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary has prompted the Berkeley Unified School District to reassess and improve safety measures at its 20 schools.
Like many school districts across the nation, concerns about school safety after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary has prompted the Berkeley Unified School District to reassess and improve safety measures at its 20 schools.
At a special meeting Thursday night, Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission discussed two complaints regarding alleged city and state election law violations.
At a special meeting Thursday night, Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission discussed two complaints regarding alleged city and state election law violations.
A finalized report on election results released at the end of November provides a breakdown of votes on local measures and state propositions in precincts with large numbers of students.
A finalized report on election results released at the end of November provides a breakdown of votes on local measures and state propositions in precincts with large numbers of students.
The Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to establish a timeline to begin the redistricting process at its meeting Tuesday night.
The Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to establish a timeline to begin the redistricting process at its meeting Tuesday night.
At Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting, the Berkeley City Council will be addressing a number of topics, namely a controversial issue about adopting a resolution that would find the Perfect Plants Patient’s Group to be a public nuisance.
At Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting, the Berkeley City Council will be addressing a number of topics, namely a controversial issue about adopting a resolution that would find the Perfect Plants Patient’s Group to be a public nuisance.
The number of formal complaints of election law violations filed by city residents was more in this year’s election compared to those filed in previous years.
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The number of formal complaints of election law violations filed by city residents was more in this year’s election compared to those filed in previous years.
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Incumbents have traditionally held certain advantages in local elections, but hope for change within the Berkeley City Council inspires challengers to run despite the odds.
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Incumbents have traditionally held certain advantages in local elections, but hope for change within the Berkeley City Council inspires challengers to run despite the odds.
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