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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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Excitement and anticipation turned into panic and disappointment Friday as swelling crowds for the Soulja Boy concert in Pauley Ballroom resulted in injury and an early shutdown.
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Dumpling Kitchen, a San Francisco-based Chinese restaurant available for dine-in, takeout and delivery, has opened up a new location in Southside.
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Dumpling Kitchen, a San Francisco-based Chinese restaurant available for dine-in, takeout and delivery, has opened up a new location in Southside.
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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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In response to calls in support of developing improved public safety methods, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Councilmember Rigel Robinson introduced two major police reform bills.
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In response to calls in support of developing improved public safety methods, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Councilmember Rigel Robinson introduced two major police reform bills.
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The Student Advisory Board for the Mayor, or SAB, met with Mayor Jesse Arreguín Friday to discuss causes of the homelessness crisis in Berkeley, actions the city has taken to address it and potential solutions.
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The Student Advisory Board for the Mayor, or SAB, met with Mayor Jesse Arreguín Friday to discuss causes of the homelessness crisis in Berkeley, actions the city has taken to address it and potential solutions.
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The Berkeley City Council narrowly voted to send a development proposal for a five-story development back to the Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, at Tuesday regular meeting, holding off from approving the project until some design tweaks are implemented.
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The Berkeley City Council narrowly voted to send a development proposal for a five-story development back to the Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, at Tuesday regular meeting, holding off from approving the project until some design tweaks are implemented.
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The units in the eight-story building are designed for students, but the building will be privately owned and not part of campus housing.
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The units in the eight-story building are designed for students, but the building will be privately owned and not part of campus housing.
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