BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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William “Three Hundred” Caldeira — a native of Berkeley and a regular at City Council meetings — filed for candidacy last month after former candidate and UC Berkeley student Brianna Rogers dropped out of the race to focus on her studies. Additionally, the Alameda County Democratic Party, the Sierra Club and the Alameda County Labor Council announced their endorsements of candidate Kate Harrison this winter.
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William “Three Hundred” Caldeira — a native of Berkeley and a regular at City Council meetings — filed for candidacy last month after former candidate and UC Berkeley student Brianna Rogers dropped out of the race to focus on her studies. Additionally, the Alameda County Democratic Party, the Sierra Club and the Alameda County Labor Council announced their endorsements of candidate Kate Harrison this winter.
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Children, Youth and Recreation Commissioner Brianna Rogers, former mayoral candidate Ben Gould and community member Kate Harrison are set to run for the District 4 Berkeley City Council seat recently vacated by Mayor-elect Jesse Arreguin.
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Children, Youth and Recreation Commissioner Brianna Rogers, former mayoral candidate Ben Gould and community member Kate Harrison are set to run for the District 4 Berkeley City Council seat recently vacated by Mayor-elect Jesse Arreguin.
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Kriss Worthington didn’t move to Berkeley. He was dragged there. Now, he’s running to be the city’s mayor.
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Kriss Worthington didn’t move to Berkeley. He was dragged there. Now, he’s running to be the city’s mayor.
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As local elections approach in November, some are concerned about the perennial issue of low student engagement in Berkeley politics.
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As local elections approach in November, some are concerned about the perennial issue of low student engagement in Berkeley politics.
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Six of the nine Berkeley mayoral candidates attended a forum Thursday night at Berkeley City College to discuss, among other issues, Berkeley’s housing crisis.
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Six of the nine Berkeley mayoral candidates attended a forum Thursday night at Berkeley City College to discuss, among other issues, Berkeley’s housing crisis.
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Saha, a new Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant on Shattuck Avenue that filled the vacancy left by Herbivore, celebrated its opening at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
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Saha, a new Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant on Shattuck Avenue that filled the vacancy left by Herbivore, celebrated its opening at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
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Three UC Berkeley students were sworn in Thursday morning as the newest members of three city commissions, further integrating students’ voices into city government.
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Three UC Berkeley students were sworn in Thursday morning as the newest members of three city commissions, further integrating students’ voices into city government.
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