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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The city of Berkeley’s mental health division received the grant from the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, which oversees the aid and development of mental health services.
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The city of Berkeley’s mental health division received the grant from the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, which oversees the aid and development of mental health services.
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The city of Berkeley announced a community initiative to address hate crimes, urging other Bay Area cities to join it in its participation in United Against Hate Week this November.
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The city of Berkeley announced a community initiative to address hate crimes, urging other Bay Area cities to join it in its participation in United Against Hate Week this November.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, the council voted to place a $135 million bond measure for affordable housing on the November ballot.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, the council voted to place a $135 million bond measure for affordable housing on the November ballot.
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Berkeley Outpatient Center patients will have access to primary and preventive care, urgent care and lab and imaging services, according to an FAQ on John Muir Health’s website.
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Berkeley Outpatient Center patients will have access to primary and preventive care, urgent care and lab and imaging services, according to an FAQ on John Muir Health’s website.
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The city of Berkeley and the state of California are working to reinstate net neutrality rules after the FCC’s decision last year allowed internet service providers to prioritize favorable content and treat internet traffic unequally.
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The city of Berkeley and the state of California are working to reinstate net neutrality rules after the FCC’s decision last year allowed internet service providers to prioritize favorable content and treat internet traffic unequally.
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U.S. District Judge William Alsup ruled Friday that homeless rights activist group First They Came for the Homeless can sue the city of Berkeley for allegedly punishing and silencing the group for criticizing city policy.
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U.S. District Judge William Alsup ruled Friday that homeless rights activist group First They Came for the Homeless can sue the city of Berkeley for allegedly punishing and silencing the group for criticizing city policy.
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An Alameda County judge approved a motion Friday that could greenlight a small-scale Berkeley housing development. The project, led by community developer Christian Szilagy, would demolish an uninhabited house at 1310 Haskell St. and erect three residential dwellings in its place.
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An Alameda County judge approved a motion Friday that could greenlight a small-scale Berkeley housing development. The project, led by community developer Christian Szilagy, would demolish an uninhabited house at 1310 Haskell St. and erect three residential dwellings in its place.
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