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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Gladys Rosario

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Although school district reports have shown moderate improvements in decreasing the achievement gap, a noticeable 250 point-difference between whites and African Americans still needs to be addressed to reach the 2020 goal.
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Although school district reports have shown moderate improvements in decreasing the achievement gap, a noticeable 250 point-difference between whites and African Americans still needs to be addressed to reach the 2020 goal.
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The Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday evening to support the budding grassroots campaign called Take Back UC, which advocates for providing quality education, improving patient care and stabilizing finances across the UC.
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The Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday evening to support the budding grassroots campaign called Take Back UC, which advocates for providing quality education, improving patient care and stabilizing finances across the UC.
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The Berkeley City Council postponed a decision to potentially change a city ordinance that would allow community residents the option to appeal first warnings for public nuisance complaints at its meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council postponed a decision to potentially change a city ordinance that would allow community residents the option to appeal first warnings for public nuisance complaints at its meeting Tuesday night.
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Wielding shovels, rakes and paintbrushes, more than a thousand people toiled to beautify Berkeley on Saturday as part of the Berkeley Project’s 8th annual day of city-wide volunteering.
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Wielding shovels, rakes and paintbrushes, more than a thousand people toiled to beautify Berkeley on Saturday as part of the Berkeley Project’s 8th annual day of city-wide volunteering.
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The AC Transit employees union and management met with a review board Monday to discuss stalled negotiations that almost led to an AC Transit strike last week.
The AC Transit employees union and management met with a review board Monday to discuss stalled negotiations that almost led to an AC Transit strike last week.
BART employees narrowly averted a midnight strike on Sunday and instead decided to postpone the decision to strike for another 24 hours, leaving anxious BART commuters at rest for the time being.
BART employees narrowly averted a midnight strike on Sunday and instead decided to postpone the decision to strike for another 24 hours, leaving anxious BART commuters at rest for the time being.
In light of the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing of same sex marriage in California, the Berkeley City Council will consider closing the city’s Domestic Partnership Registry at its Oct. 1 meeting.
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In light of the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing of same sex marriage in California, the Berkeley City Council will consider closing the city’s Domestic Partnership Registry at its Oct. 1 meeting.
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The Berkeley City Council decided to further investigate the creation of new medical marijuana dispensaries at its meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council decided to further investigate the creation of new medical marijuana dispensaries at its meeting Tuesday night.
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After extensive discussion Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council decided to postpone a historic vote on the ASUC-backed redistricting map that would create a student-majority district for the first time in Berkeley.
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After extensive discussion Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council decided to postpone a historic vote on the ASUC-backed redistricting map that would create a student-majority district for the first time in Berkeley.
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After two years, the Berkeley City Council is on the brink of making a historic decision Tuesday night regarding the creation of a student-majority district.
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After two years, the Berkeley City Council is on the brink of making a historic decision Tuesday night regarding the creation of a student-majority district.
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