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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The BART Board of Directors approved a two-year budget June 9, which includes a less-than-inflation-rate fare increase of 3.4%, as well as plans to increase service throughout the system.
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The BART Board of Directors approved a two-year budget June 9, which includes a less-than-inflation-rate fare increase of 3.4%, as well as plans to increase service throughout the system.
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Despite being born and raised in the Bay for my entire life, I did not have my first chance to visit the UC Berkeley campus until I was 16.
Despite being born and raised in the Bay for my entire life, I did not have my first chance to visit the UC Berkeley campus until I was 16.
BART and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, will receive $386 million of federal funding as part of the American Rescue Plan, or ARP.
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BART and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, or SFMTA, will receive $386 million of federal funding as part of the American Rescue Plan, or ARP.
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BART's Red Line service between the Richmond and Millbrae stations has been suspended due to power issues along the section. 
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BART's Red Line service between the Richmond and Millbrae stations has been suspended due to power issues along the section. 
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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Protesters staged Black Lives Matter demonstrations across Berkeley on Monday, including “Stand Out for Black Lives” — a gathering at Berkeley Arts Magnet elementary school.
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Protesters staged Black Lives Matter demonstrations across Berkeley on Monday, including “Stand Out for Black Lives” — a gathering at Berkeley Arts Magnet elementary school.
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The developer who proposed to transform the lot at 2211 Harold Way into an 18-story high-rise, which has stirred up opposition among some Berkeley residents, pulled out of its contract last week.
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The developer who proposed to transform the lot at 2211 Harold Way into an 18-story high-rise, which has stirred up opposition among some Berkeley residents, pulled out of its contract last week.
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Shattuck Avenue crossing University Avenue will become a two-way street, instead of the current two separate one-way streets, to alleviate traffic and improve safety for pedestrians.
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Shattuck Avenue crossing University Avenue will become a two-way street, instead of the current two separate one-way streets, to alleviate traffic and improve safety for pedestrians.
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A man was arrested Dec. 23 on suspicion of exhibiting a deadly weapon and violation of his probation, according to a Nixle alert released Thursday.
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A man was arrested Dec. 23 on suspicion of exhibiting a deadly weapon and violation of his probation, according to a Nixle alert released Thursday.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín removed a controversial recommendation prohibiting lying and camping near the Downtown Berkeley BART station from the City Council agenda at its Thursday meeting.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín removed a controversial recommendation prohibiting lying and camping near the Downtown Berkeley BART station from the City Council agenda at its Thursday meeting.
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