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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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At 11 a.m. on a Thursday, the 99 Cents Only Store on San Pablo Avenue is crowded. The shelves are emptying and sale signs are tacked up, but customers line up to check out with baskets filled to the brim.
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At 11 a.m. on a Thursday, the 99 Cents Only Store on San Pablo Avenue is crowded. The shelves are emptying and sale signs are tacked up, but customers line up to check out with baskets filled to the brim.
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A person was fatally struck by a Union Pacific train in West Berkeley at around 4 p.m. Thursday.
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A person was fatally struck by a Union Pacific train in West Berkeley at around 4 p.m. Thursday.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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From pottery to unique light fixtures, Berkeley’s small businesses are coming together to celebrate Bay Area Manufacturing Week, opening their workspaces to the public.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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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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Berkeley City Council endorsed a development plan for the expansion of the Bayer HealthCare West Berkeley campus at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council endorsed a development plan for the expansion of the Bayer HealthCare West Berkeley campus at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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The city of Berkeley took the first steps toward providing fare-free access to Sunday AC Transit bus rides originating in the city — garnering qualified support from many but facing an uncertain future.
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The city of Berkeley took the first steps toward providing fare-free access to Sunday AC Transit bus rides originating in the city — garnering qualified support from many but facing an uncertain future.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to advance two citywide affordable housing initiatives as well as a budget referral for a homelessness coordinator for a portion of South Shattuck Avenue at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to advance two citywide affordable housing initiatives as well as a budget referral for a homelessness coordinator for a portion of South Shattuck Avenue at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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