Cal creates global engagement office, taps Ron Gronsky as boss (SF Biz Times)
Car crashes into liquor store on San Pablo Avenue (Berkeley Daily Planet)
Composer Dylan Mattingly hits stride — at 21 (San Francisco Chronicle)
Berkeleyan creates a Hanukkah sweater, and it’s not even ugly (Coco Times)
Waterside Workshops holds Berkeley fundraiser for troubled teens (Tribune)
Sandy Barbour: Cal “real close” to hiring new football coach (BANG)
The discovery of a 24-inch fish, believed to be a Chinook salmon, in a creek along Berkeley’s northern border with Albany, has inspired a ripple of excitement in the community.
Campaigners who hope to persuade the U.S. Post Office not to sell Berkeley’s main post office at 2000 Allston Way took their protest to San Francisco on Tuesday, Dec. 4. This followed on the heels of a rally in Berkeley on Nov. 14.
Update, 6:44 p.m.: The Berkeley Police Department has confirmed the identity of shooting victim Pamela Mullins, 50, of Berkeley. Mullins was killed in the 2700 block of Sacramento Street. According to a written statement released at 6:28 p.m.: “BPD detectives are continuing to work hard to gather information and determine a motive for this incident.”
This story was updated at 10:42 a.m. See the updated post here. The original story appears below.
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