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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The People’s Park Council held a rally and street fair against UC People’s Park development plans outside Resources for Community Development offices.
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The People’s Park Council held a rally and street fair against UC People’s Park development plans outside Resources for Community Development offices.
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The Coalition for a Truly Public UC gathered in downtown Oakland at 8 a.m. Wednesday to protest the UC Board of Regents, including their recent vote on campus’s plans to redevelop People’s Park and 1921 Walnut St.
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The Coalition for a Truly Public UC gathered in downtown Oakland at 8 a.m. Wednesday to protest the UC Board of Regents, including their recent vote on campus’s plans to redevelop People’s Park and 1921 Walnut St.
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Berkeley’s oldest medical cannabis dispensary, Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, is moving to a new location on University Avenue. Throughout its 20-year history, BPG has faced multiple threats of asset forfeiture from the federal government that ultimately drove the dispensary from its original location.
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Berkeley’s oldest medical cannabis dispensary, Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, is moving to a new location on University Avenue. Throughout its 20-year history, BPG has faced multiple threats of asset forfeiture from the federal government that ultimately drove the dispensary from its original location.
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Michael Diehl, an influential Berkeley activist for homeless and mentally ill people, died at 64 after a driver hit him in Newark on Sunday about 8:30 p.m., as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Michael Diehl, an influential Berkeley activist for homeless and mentally ill people, died at 64 after a driver hit him in Newark on Sunday about 8:30 p.m., as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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A recently restored mural next to People’s Park was rededicated Sunday to preserve the historical significance of the park and celebrate the community’s ongoing struggle for social justice.
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A recently restored mural next to People’s Park was rededicated Sunday to preserve the historical significance of the park and celebrate the community’s ongoing struggle for social justice.
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The policy also prohibits individuals from lying down within the vicinity of a BART entrance. But after more than an hour of public comment at Thursday’s special meeting, Berkeley City Council sent the proposed policy back to city staff for revision.
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The policy also prohibits individuals from lying down within the vicinity of a BART entrance. But after more than an hour of public comment at Thursday’s special meeting, Berkeley City Council sent the proposed policy back to city staff for revision.
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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At its Wednesday meeting, Berkeley's Police Review Commission passed a policy recommendation that would curtail officer tactics for dealing with protests as part of the PRC's review of police policy surrounding the December Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
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At its Wednesday meeting, Berkeley's Police Review Commission passed a policy recommendation that would curtail officer tactics for dealing with protests as part of the PRC's review of police policy surrounding the December Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
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As soon as next May, smokers living in the city of Berkeley may have one less place to light up their cigarettes.
As soon as next May, smokers living in the city of Berkeley may have one less place to light up their cigarettes.