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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Two mudslides were reported in Berkeley by police early this morning.
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Two mudslides were reported in Berkeley by police early this morning.
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Created and funded by UC Berkeley Haas School of Business professor Alan Ross, the Chris Kindness Award allows anybody who works, lives or attends school in Berkeley to be nominated for any random act of kindness, one of which will then be voted on by the community to receive $1,000 each month. 
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Created and funded by UC Berkeley Haas School of Business professor Alan Ross, the Chris Kindness Award allows anybody who works, lives or attends school in Berkeley to be nominated for any random act of kindness, one of which will then be voted on by the community to receive $1,000 each month. 
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City Councilmember Rigel Robinson is focusing on student housing, equitable growth and enhancing student involvement in local politics for his reelection campaign.
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City Councilmember Rigel Robinson is focusing on student housing, equitable growth and enhancing student involvement in local politics for his reelection campaign.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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Multiple gunshots were fired in the North Berkeley hills Thursday morning by suspects who were attempting to steal a catalytic converter, as first reported by The Berkeley Scanner.
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Multiple gunshots were fired in the North Berkeley hills Thursday morning by suspects who were attempting to steal a catalytic converter, as first reported by The Berkeley Scanner.
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It’s not always about going faster. Slowing down meant I heard the swaying grass, noticed the colorful beetle and had ample breath to converse with my crew.
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It’s not always about going faster. Slowing down meant I heard the swaying grass, noticed the colorful beetle and had ample breath to converse with my crew.
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BART and Berkeley representatives discussed zoning drafts at the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations and community concerns during a community workshop Saturday.
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BART and Berkeley representatives discussed zoning drafts at the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations and community concerns during a community workshop Saturday.
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The city of Berkeley is experiencing wide disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates, with the discrepancies being seen through comparisons made between ZIP codes.
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The city of Berkeley is experiencing wide disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates, with the discrepancies being seen through comparisons made between ZIP codes.
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