Bank of America on Solano Avenue in Albany robbed at gunpoint [Patch]
Dog shot 38 times with pellets and left in Berkeley parking lot [Berkeley Voice]
Berkeley medical clinics breaks ground on expansion [Oakland Tribune]
Berkeley City College student wins Norman Mailer award [Daily Planet]
UC Berkeley physicist changes his mind on global warming [WaPo]
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While the median price in Berkeley right now for a house is $576,000, there is still a lots of choice to be had among homes that come in at under half a million dollars. (Many of them are in the flats which gives them the added advantage of being out of fire zones and a little further away than some from those pesky earthquake fault lines.)
Food Day, on October 24th, will highlight the good, bad, and ugly of the way we consume food in this country.
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Twenty years after the Oakland-Berkeley fire ripped through the East Bay hills, killing 25 people and destroying close to 4,000 houses and apartments, houses have been rebuilt, trees and shrubs have grown back, and life has seemingly returned to normal.
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