Berkeley pot dispensary focus of jury action (BANG)
Opponents of Measure S optimistic it will fail (Mercury News)
Tedford says Allan Bridgford to start at QB against Ducks (BANG)
Fate of Berkeley’s development measure up in the air (KTVU)
Berkeley research facility tackles renewable energy issue (Mercury News)
Berkeley Rep engages teens in arts advocacy (Mercury News)
Decorated Berkeley veteran has painful memories (Mercury News)
UC Berkeley student walk-out planned to protest cuts (Daily Cal)
A look back: aftermath of raucous Halloween in 1937 (Mercury News)
Oakland City Council set to vote on Claremont Safeway (BANG)
Calistoga hires retiring UC Berkeley Police Chief (Weekly Calistogan)
In the latest results from the Registrar of Voters, the Yes on T campaign has inched into the lead: 16,640 to 16,639.
Crush, the annual East Bay wine and food festival, takes place this Sunday, Nov. 11, and, incredibly, the gourmet get-together is marking its 17th year in Berkeley.
Nicholas B. Dirks, Columbia University’s executive vice president and dean of the faculty of Arts and Sciences, will succeed Robert J. Birgeneau as UC Berkeley’s 10th chancellor, the university announced Thursday.
Starting this week, the Berkeley Public Library is forgiving overdue fines for patrons with outstanding bills and items. The amnesty program, in effect through Saturday, Nov. 17, is a way to bring back books and boost circulation, officials said.
By November in a big election year, many residents are familiar with the daily handful of campaign literature that bursts forth from the mailbox in the form of pamphlets, sample ballots and oversized postcards.
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