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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Myself, I opposed lawn.
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Myself, I opposed lawn.
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A recent increase in rainfall in the East Bay has flushed out toxic algae from Tilden Regional Park’s Lake Anza.
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A recent increase in rainfall in the East Bay has flushed out toxic algae from Tilden Regional Park’s Lake Anza.
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Emergency responders held training exercises all last week, in which Berkeley Fire Department, Berkeley Police Department, the Berkeley Office of Emergency Services and regional municipality fire departments not only simulated wildfire response but also educated the surrounding community on how to prepare for emergencies.
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Emergency responders held training exercises all last week, in which Berkeley Fire Department, Berkeley Police Department, the Berkeley Office of Emergency Services and regional municipality fire departments not only simulated wildfire response but also educated the surrounding community on how to prepare for emergencies.
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Emergency responders quelled a fire near Tilden Park on Sunday after a vegetation fire erupted in the Berkeley-Oakland hills early that morning.
Emergency responders quelled a fire near Tilden Park on Sunday after a vegetation fire erupted in the Berkeley-Oakland hills early that morning.
Summer session students relaxing on Memorial Glade may notice the recent effects of the state-mandated water conservation efforts on the once lush, green field.
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Summer session students relaxing on Memorial Glade may notice the recent effects of the state-mandated water conservation efforts on the once lush, green field.
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In a study published this month, UC Berkeley researchers examined the mysterious abandonment of an ancient Mexican city, analyzing the effect dry weather might have had on the city’s rise and fall.
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In a study published this month, UC Berkeley researchers examined the mysterious abandonment of an ancient Mexican city, analyzing the effect dry weather might have had on the city’s rise and fall.
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