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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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For Bill Stewart, a forestry and cooperative extension specialist at UC Berkeley, finding massive herds of goats chomping on dry vegetation in Berkeley has been a regular occurrence for the last 40 years.
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For Bill Stewart, a forestry and cooperative extension specialist at UC Berkeley, finding massive herds of goats chomping on dry vegetation in Berkeley has been a regular occurrence for the last 40 years.
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Alameda County announced Thursday that it had administered 2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, urging unvaccinated residents to seek out resources.
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Alameda County announced Thursday that it had administered 2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, urging unvaccinated residents to seek out resources.
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Following an investigation into Alameda County’s mental care system, the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, issued a report April 22 detailing potential constitutional violations.
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Following an investigation into Alameda County’s mental care system, the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, issued a report April 22 detailing potential constitutional violations.
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Crazy. Bewildering. Momentous. A “time of great confusion.” These are the words that come to mind for Berkeley and Oakland public librarians when thinking about March 2020, the month that changed their jobs.
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Crazy. Bewildering. Momentous. A “time of great confusion.” These are the words that come to mind for Berkeley and Oakland public librarians when thinking about March 2020, the month that changed their jobs.
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The city of Emeryville was served a temporary restraining order April 19, halting its efforts to evict residents of the Ashby/Shellmound encampment.
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The city of Emeryville was served a temporary restraining order April 19, halting its efforts to evict residents of the Ashby/Shellmound encampment.
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Amid efforts across the United States to increase the availability of vaccines, the city of Berkeley announced Friday that all residents above the age of 16 in Alameda County may make appointments to receive the vaccine.
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Amid efforts across the United States to increase the availability of vaccines, the city of Berkeley announced Friday that all residents above the age of 16 in Alameda County may make appointments to receive the vaccine.
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The Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site, which was scheduled to close on April 11, will remain open for another four weeks due to an agreement the state has reached with Contra Costa and Alameda counties.
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The Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site, which was scheduled to close on April 11, will remain open for another four weeks due to an agreement the state has reached with Contra Costa and Alameda counties.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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Volunteers scheduled to work at the Golden Gate Fields vaccination site were informed via an email March 11 that the site would no longer be utilizing volunteers due to liability fears surrounding the risk of medical malpractice and injury.
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Volunteers scheduled to work at the Golden Gate Fields vaccination site were informed via an email March 11 that the site would no longer be utilizing volunteers due to liability fears surrounding the risk of medical malpractice and injury.
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