BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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On March 6, the city of Berkeley gave notice of violation of PC 647e, or lodging on public property, to the residents of the "Here There" encampment.
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On March 6, the city of Berkeley gave notice of violation of PC 647e, or lodging on public property, to the residents of the "Here There" encampment.
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On March 24 of this year, he turned 100 years old — an event that warranted celebration all around the world, including a birthday party at City Lights.
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On March 24 of this year, he turned 100 years old — an event that warranted celebration all around the world, including a birthday party at City Lights.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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The city of Berkeley launched its one-year secure storage pilot program Monday, providing 58 lockers for homeless individuals.
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The city of Berkeley launched its one-year secure storage pilot program Monday, providing 58 lockers for homeless individuals.
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The new location has a kitchen and showers — amenities not offered at any of the three previous locations.
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The new location has a kitchen and showers — amenities not offered at any of the three previous locations.
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Berkeley City Council will decide on anti-doxing policy, which would limit the Berkeley Police Department’s ability to publish arrest photos on social media platforms, during its regular meeting on Sept. 25.
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Berkeley City Council will decide on anti-doxing policy, which would limit the Berkeley Police Department’s ability to publish arrest photos on social media platforms, during its regular meeting on Sept. 25.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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According to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White, the passerby found Mendoza at 7:43 a.m. Thursday, and the death did not appear to be suspicious.
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According to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White, the passerby found Mendoza at 7:43 a.m. Thursday, and the death did not appear to be suspicious.
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