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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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Berkeley’s multimillion-dollar affordable housing trust fund will be dedicated to the Berkeley Way project in order to build the largest number of permanent affordable housing units for the homeless in the city’s history.
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Berkeley’s multimillion-dollar affordable housing trust fund will be dedicated to the Berkeley Way project in order to build the largest number of permanent affordable housing units for the homeless in the city’s history.
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After decades of calling a tent his home, Guy "Mike" Lee finally received the keys to permanent housing last week.
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After decades of calling a tent his home, Guy "Mike" Lee finally received the keys to permanent housing last week.
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A poll conducted by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies showed that 51 percent of voters living in the San Francisco Bay Area have considered moving due to the rising cost of housing.
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A poll conducted by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies showed that 51 percent of voters living in the San Francisco Bay Area have considered moving due to the rising cost of housing.
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Four new donation boxes, where passersby can donate to fund social services meant to alleviate homelessness, opened Thursday in Downtown Berkeley.
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Four new donation boxes, where passersby can donate to fund social services meant to alleviate homelessness, opened Thursday in Downtown Berkeley.
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Local non-profit organization Berkeley Food and Housing Project (BFHP) announced on Friday that they have received about $1,00o,000 from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs as part of a $300 million nationwide effort to eradicate veterans’ homelessness.
Local non-profit organization Berkeley Food and Housing Project (BFHP) announced on Friday that they have received about $1,00o,000 from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs as part of a $300 million nationwide effort to eradicate veterans’ homelessness.
Women are more easily swayed by social pressure than men when it comes to charitable giving, according to a new study by UC Berkeley economists.
Women are more easily swayed by social pressure than men when it comes to charitable giving, according to a new study by UC Berkeley economists.
As many people across the country get ready to have their fill of turkey and pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, there are still those in Berkeley who are not as fortunate.
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As many people across the country get ready to have their fill of turkey and pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, there are still those in Berkeley who are not as fortunate.
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