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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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

Sujin Shin

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The Medical Cannabis Commission voted Thursday afternoon to recommend three medical cannabis dispensary proposals out of six to Berkeley City Council for the last location permitted in the city.
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The Medical Cannabis Commission voted Thursday afternoon to recommend three medical cannabis dispensary proposals out of six to Berkeley City Council for the last location permitted in the city.
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Starting at the end of the month, the University of California will require its staff and faculty to take two online training courses on sexual violence and harassment prevention.
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Starting at the end of the month, the University of California will require its staff and faculty to take two online training courses on sexual violence and harassment prevention.
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With a new city bike share program rolling out this spring, Bay Area Bike Share held a public workshop Monday evening to ask for community feedback and present information on the proposed locations for bike stations around Berkeley.
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With a new city bike share program rolling out this spring, Bay Area Bike Share held a public workshop Monday evening to ask for community feedback and present information on the proposed locations for bike stations around Berkeley.
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Fourteen union members gathered in front of Haas Pavilion on Thursday night with flyers and posters to spread awareness about December layoffs in UC Berkeley’s Campus Shared Services.
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Fourteen union members gathered in front of Haas Pavilion on Thursday night with flyers and posters to spread awareness about December layoffs in UC Berkeley’s Campus Shared Services.
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A Berkeley recycling director was released from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody Aug. 14 after spending more than two months in various detention facilities around California.
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A Berkeley recycling director was released from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody Aug. 14 after spending more than two months in various detention facilities around California.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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Seven cities in the East Bay will receive a total of more than $28 million in state affordable housing grants — but Berkeley is not one of them.
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Seven cities in the East Bay will receive a total of more than $28 million in state affordable housing grants — but Berkeley is not one of them.
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Berkeley’s public works director is retiring after almost eight years of service in the position, according to a Wednesday memo to Berkeley City Council.
Berkeley’s public works director is retiring after almost eight years of service in the position, according to a Wednesday memo to Berkeley City Council.
Lack of sleep may compromise people’s ability to read facial expressions, according to a team of scientists.
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Lack of sleep may compromise people’s ability to read facial expressions, according to a team of scientists.
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Friends, family members and first responders commemorated the 13 Irish victims of the June 16 balcony collapse with a private candlelight vigil in Downtown Berkeley on Sunday evening.
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Friends, family members and first responders commemorated the 13 Irish victims of the June 16 balcony collapse with a private candlelight vigil in Downtown Berkeley on Sunday evening.
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