2023澳洲5开官网开奖记录-澳洲幸运5开奖结果体彩下载-查询开奖直播软件APP Berkeley health officer who led city through the pandemic is leaving
Dr. Lisa Hernandez was the city’s health officer for five years and headed up its COVID-19 response.
Thirst for community leads women into ‘Dignity Circle’ Ponzi scheme in new play at Berkeley’s Central Works
Playwright Lauren Smerkanich’s world premiere explores what drives people to perpetuate and fall for “gifting circle” cons.
Didn’t plan ahead? We’ve got tips for finding a scenic spot to sleep under the stars — even when traditional campsites are already reserved.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín says his proposal to redirect $1 million budgeted for initiatives to reimagine policing does not mean Berkeley is backing away from reform.
Berkeley’s Central Library is piloting a free lunch program for kids 18 and under. Kids can also eat free in the summer at some schools and community centers.
We compiled lists and resources that explain low-income housing requirements and how to apply for affordable housing in Berkeley.
We often hear from residents eager to find an inexpensive, safe place to live in the East Bay. We published a resource guide to help.
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Greek god takes form of crusading gardener in clever eco-tragicomedy ‘Hurricane Diane’ at Aurora Theatre
Dionysus — in the human form of Diane, a gay East Coast permaculture gardener — is out to stop the climate catastrophe in this smart, creative play from Madeleine George.
These communities have seen critical projects stalled in recent years due to understaffing at the city Transportation Division and an undue focus of limited resources on a single street in one of the wealthiest parts of town.
When I ran for the City Council District 2 seat, I committed to a vision of a revitalized, rejuvenated West Berkeley
The problematic nature of the likely ineffectiveness of these surveillance cameras is only amplified by considering their Orwellian nature. Big Brother will — literally — be watching.
Why divert funds from transportation that is vital to many low-income people … and at the same time use Berkeley dollars to get a limited number of people to San Francisco on a ferry that will cost millions?
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