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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 20, 2023

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HBF, a public health grassroots organization dedicated to building a thriving Black community in Berkeley, focuses on housing, health and birth equity and the promotion of healthy foods and beverages. 
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HBF, a public health grassroots organization dedicated to building a thriving Black community in Berkeley, focuses on housing, health and birth equity and the promotion of healthy foods and beverages. 
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South Berkeley residents gathered at 3163 Adeline St. on Thursday morning, eagerly anticipating the unveiling ceremony of a mural by local artist and Berkeley resident Doran Dada. 
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South Berkeley residents gathered at 3163 Adeline St. on Thursday morning, eagerly anticipating the unveiling ceremony of a mural by local artist and Berkeley resident Doran Dada. 
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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On May 2, 2017, the city of Berkeley approved the Berkeley Bicycle Plan 2017. The plan recommended a network of bike facilities that would connect Berkeley as a whole, making it possible for people to get around without unsafe intersections and high volumes of traffic.
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The city of Berkeley recently released its draft Housing Element that outlines how the city plans to build the state-mandated 8,934 residential units by 2031.
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The city of Berkeley recently released its draft Housing Element that outlines how the city plans to build the state-mandated 8,934 residential units by 2031.
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A shooting occurred Monday in the 2900 block of Sacramento Street in South Berkeley, about 2 miles away from campus. 
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A shooting occurred Monday in the 2900 block of Sacramento Street in South Berkeley, about 2 miles away from campus. 
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For decades, Willard Park has been a staple in the South Berkeley community, beloved for its tennis courts, greenery and beautiful sunset views.
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For decades, Willard Park has been a staple in the South Berkeley community, beloved for its tennis courts, greenery and beautiful sunset views.
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Joining the city of Berkeley, the U.S. Senate and the UC system officially observed Juneteenth as a holiday for the first time.
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Joining the city of Berkeley, the U.S. Senate and the UC system officially observed Juneteenth as a holiday for the first time.
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The urban heat island effect is an issue of environmental health and justice. The city of Berkeley should draw inspiration from other cities across the country that have taken bold steps to address temperature inequity.
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The urban heat island effect is an issue of environmental health and justice. The city of Berkeley should draw inspiration from other cities across the country that have taken bold steps to address temperature inequity.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday evening to discuss a proposed "navigable cities" framework and UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday evening to discuss a proposed "navigable cities" framework and UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP.
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Sitting on the edge of South Berkeley and formed by various disability organizations, the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, provides resources and services at a universally accessible transit hub.
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Sitting on the edge of South Berkeley and formed by various disability organizations, the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, provides resources and services at a universally accessible transit hub.
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