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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Berkeley city auditor candidate and UC Berkeley alumna Jennifer Li Wong has garnered more than 30 endorsements from a variety of local officials and community members, as of Thursday.
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Berkeley city auditor candidate and UC Berkeley alumna Jennifer Li Wong has garnered more than 30 endorsements from a variety of local officials and community members, as of Thursday.
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The dispensary is expected to increase foot traffic and boost vitality at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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The dispensary is expected to increase foot traffic and boost vitality at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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The Apothecarium, a San Francisco cannabis dispensary that received a medical permit from the Berkeley City Council in September 2016, is looking for a new address to open its Berkeley location.
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The Apothecarium, a San Francisco cannabis dispensary that received a medical permit from the Berkeley City Council in September 2016, is looking for a new address to open its Berkeley location.
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The UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Physicians Pediatric East Bay After Hours Clinic is relocating to Berkeley, moving from 5700 Telegraph Ave. in Oakland to 3000 Colby St. in Berkeley.
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The UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Physicians Pediatric East Bay After Hours Clinic is relocating to Berkeley, moving from 5700 Telegraph Ave. in Oakland to 3000 Colby St. in Berkeley.
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Berkeley City Council will convene at its regular meeting this Tuesday to consider a number of proposals including short-term police reform, commercial cannabis regulation and discrimination in rental housing based on source of income.
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Berkeley City Council will convene at its regular meeting this Tuesday to consider a number of proposals including short-term police reform, commercial cannabis regulation and discrimination in rental housing based on source of income.
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Black residents in Berkeley are almost six times more likely to have force used on them, nearly six times more likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and three times more likely during a vehicle stop to be subjected to a search by Berkeley Police Department officers, compared to white Berkeley residents, according to the CPE report.
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Black residents in Berkeley are almost six times more likely to have force used on them, nearly six times more likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and three times more likely during a vehicle stop to be subjected to a search by Berkeley Police Department officers, compared to white Berkeley residents, according to the CPE report.
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Ford GoBike, a new bike sharing system designed for one-way trips, has finally arrived in Berkeley.
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Ford GoBike, a new bike sharing system designed for one-way trips, has finally arrived in Berkeley.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to prioritize funding a hybrid option for the Pathways Project, an initiative passed by the council in April that will connect permanent housing and centralized resources to Berkeley’s homeless community.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to prioritize funding a hybrid option for the Pathways Project, an initiative passed by the council in April that will connect permanent housing and centralized resources to Berkeley’s homeless community.
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Two alleged strong-arm robberies and an alleged assault with a deadly weapon at People’s Park and Grinnell Path were reported by UCPD on Wednesday.
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Two alleged strong-arm robberies and an alleged assault with a deadly weapon at People’s Park and Grinnell Path were reported by UCPD on Wednesday.
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