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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A resident was shot near Ninth Street and Heinz Avenue in front of Berkeley Bowl shoppers at around 2:50 p.m. Saturday evening, according to BPD Lt. Chris Bonaventure.
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A resident was shot near Ninth Street and Heinz Avenue in front of Berkeley Bowl shoppers at around 2:50 p.m. Saturday evening, according to BPD Lt. Chris Bonaventure.
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Philip Kreycik, Berkeley resident, long-distance runner, outdoor enthusiast and father, died at age 37 after disappearing on a run in Pleasanton on July 10.
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Philip Kreycik, Berkeley resident, long-distance runner, outdoor enthusiast and father, died at age 37 after disappearing on a run in Pleasanton on July 10.
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The Berkeley City Council Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Committee met Wednesday to discuss the use of produce bags in grocery stores and promote the use of reusable bags.
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The Berkeley City Council Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Committee met Wednesday to discuss the use of produce bags in grocery stores and promote the use of reusable bags.
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Springtime marks the beginning of the best fruit season. Buckle up folks — we’ve tried them all. Or, five kinds of berries, and definitively ranked them.
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Springtime marks the beginning of the best fruit season. Buckle up folks — we’ve tried them all. Or, five kinds of berries, and definitively ranked them.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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Additional COVID-19 testing sites are opening up for Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students at various locations, which include the gym at University Village in Albany and mobile testing pop-up sites outside of both Berkeley Bowl locations.
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Additional COVID-19 testing sites are opening up for Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students at various locations, which include the gym at University Village in Albany and mobile testing pop-up sites outside of both Berkeley Bowl locations.
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In recent weeks, Berkeley residents have been alarmed by reports of alleged employee COVID-19 infections at Berkeley Bowl, Whole Foods and other local businesses.
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In recent weeks, Berkeley residents have been alarmed by reports of alleged employee COVID-19 infections at Berkeley Bowl, Whole Foods and other local businesses.
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Grocery stores in California have implemented special hours for people deemed to be more vulnerable to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. On March 17, Whole Foods Market announced that it will be opening one hour early to service customers ages 60 and above.
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Grocery stores in California have implemented special hours for people deemed to be more vulnerable to COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. On March 17, Whole Foods Market announced that it will be opening one hour early to service customers ages 60 and above.
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Due to the recent spread of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, members of the public have been “panic buying” or stocking up on supplies. This has impacted local grocery stores in Berkeley, as these stores have found it difficult to keep up with the increased demand.
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Due to the recent spread of COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus, members of the public have been “panic buying” or stocking up on supplies. This has impacted local grocery stores in Berkeley, as these stores have found it difficult to keep up with the increased demand.
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Now that the fall semester is already halfway over, we could all use a much-needed break from school. Here are a few ways to satiate your vacation cravings right here in Berkeley.
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Now that the fall semester is already halfway over, we could all use a much-needed break from school. Here are a few ways to satiate your vacation cravings right here in Berkeley.
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