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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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

Jacob Souza

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Harriet Tubman Terrace, an affordable housing building in Berkeley for senior citizens and people with disabilities, was approved for more than $22 million in funding from the state of California.
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Harriet Tubman Terrace, an affordable housing building in Berkeley for senior citizens and people with disabilities, was approved for more than $22 million in funding from the state of California.
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Berkeley City Council received an update on the ongoing process of reimagining public safety and approved a consulting firm to begin the design of a crisis response unit during its regular Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council received an update on the ongoing process of reimagining public safety and approved a consulting firm to begin the design of a crisis response unit during its regular Tuesday meeting.
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After 12 years atop the Interstate 80 pedestrian and bicycle overpass, the “Berkeley Big People” statues have been removed by the city of Berkeley due to their costly maintenance and repair needs, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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After 12 years atop the Interstate 80 pedestrian and bicycle overpass, the “Berkeley Big People” statues have been removed by the city of Berkeley due to their costly maintenance and repair needs, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Tensions mounted during Berkeley City Council’s first regular meeting Tuesday following the Nov. 3 elections as Councilmember Cheryl Davila made allegations about a coordinated effort to hurt her chances of reelection.
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Tensions mounted during Berkeley City Council’s first regular meeting Tuesday following the Nov. 3 elections as Councilmember Cheryl Davila made allegations about a coordinated effort to hurt her chances of reelection.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Rashi Kesarwani held a community meeting Sunday to discuss safety and prevention strategies with District 1 residents amid rising rates of theft and violent crime.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Rashi Kesarwani held a community meeting Sunday to discuss safety and prevention strategies with District 1 residents amid rising rates of theft and violent crime.
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While concerns about long lines at the polls worried many, Election Day in Berkeley went smoothly, with minimal wait times according to some voters and election workers.
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While concerns about long lines at the polls worried many, Election Day in Berkeley went smoothly, with minimal wait times according to some voters and election workers.
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During the regular Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday, Berkeley Police Department Chief Andrew Greenwood presented the city of Berkeley's 2020 crime report, as well as the city’s first annual police use-of-force report.
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During the regular Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday, Berkeley Police Department Chief Andrew Greenwood presented the city of Berkeley's 2020 crime report, as well as the city’s first annual police use-of-force report.
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If passed in November, Proposition 19 will allow California homeowners to keep their current property tax rates when moving within the state and change tax rules for inherited properties.
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If passed in November, Proposition 19 will allow California homeowners to keep their current property tax rates when moving within the state and change tax rules for inherited properties.
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The Siebel Scholars Foundation has named eight UC Berkeley engineering graduate students to its 2021 class, according to a Sept. 23 press release.
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The Siebel Scholars Foundation has named eight UC Berkeley engineering graduate students to its 2021 class, according to a Sept. 23 press release.
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When the pandemic caused her to scale back her business, local chef and entrepreneur Marla Simon found a niche online selling Scarlet Fire, which according to her is a unique, musically inspired hot sauce of her own creation, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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When the pandemic caused her to scale back her business, local chef and entrepreneur Marla Simon found a niche online selling Scarlet Fire, which according to her is a unique, musically inspired hot sauce of her own creation, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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