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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Ongoing projects to build tall buildings in Downtown Berkeley are currently seeking to address the ongoing housing crisis in Berkeley.
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Ongoing projects to build tall buildings in Downtown Berkeley are currently seeking to address the ongoing housing crisis in Berkeley.
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Shopping locally has gone digital with Berkeley Bucks, Visit Berkeley’s new e-gift-cards redeemable only at Berkeley businesses.
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Shopping locally has gone digital with Berkeley Bucks, Visit Berkeley’s new e-gift-cards redeemable only at Berkeley businesses.
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While Alameda County has reinstated an indoor mask policy, the city of Berkeley has instead chosen to hold off on doing so.
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While Alameda County has reinstated an indoor mask policy, the city of Berkeley has instead chosen to hold off on doing so.
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Berkeley struggled to adapt to ever-changing regulations and customer influxes as they continued to seek external support. 
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Berkeley struggled to adapt to ever-changing regulations and customer influxes as they continued to seek external support. 
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Le Bateau Ivre, a French Berkeley restaurant, welcomed an unusual sight on Mother's Day as families occupied its space — a stark contrast to last year.
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Le Bateau Ivre, a French Berkeley restaurant, welcomed an unusual sight on Mother's Day as families occupied its space — a stark contrast to last year.
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Residence Inn Berkeley, a 16-story hotel, will be opening in Downtown Berkeley this October in response to growing demands.
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Residence Inn Berkeley, a 16-story hotel, will be opening in Downtown Berkeley this October in response to growing demands.
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Berkeley, a home to many fleeing communities less tolerant of their sexual orientations, will celebrate its LGBTQ+ community a bit differently this year. 
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Berkeley, a home to many fleeing communities less tolerant of their sexual orientations, will celebrate its LGBTQ+ community a bit differently this year. 
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