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1 Arreguin, Alfredo (b. 1935)
2 Mayor Jesse Arreguín shares policy priorities and challenges
3 Milwaukee's Mounted Patrol Unit takes police work to new heights
4 Berkeley shelters support the unhoused despite capacity restrictions
5 Berkeley City Council allows larger home additions, garage conversions
6 COVID: Berkeley Mayor Lauds Community On Achieving 93% Full Vaccination Rate
7 COVID-19 impacting comic book stores despite influx of customers it's bringing in
8 Berkeley City Council considers proposal to install security cameras
9 Grocery store workers still without hazard pay despite Delta variant
10 Berkeley's Housing Element: How the city will plan for 8934 new homes
11 Berkeley City Council approves permit program for electric micromobility
12 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center brings live theatre back to honor Hispanic heritage month
13 We can fix the Bay Area's housing and equity issues, planners say
14 Guadalupe in the Guest Room, more local events
15 This Seattle artist has taken inspiration from nature and his hometown for 50 years
16 Trailer with antique cars inside stolen in Temple
17 Fine Arts Center kicks off new season in Colorado Springs with heartfelt play about grief
18 Indigenous Peoples' Day Pow Wow goes virtual for second year in a row
19 There's a new $1.4 trillion plan to make the Bay Area better. Here's where the money would go
20 The end of the 1960s? Regents vote to put housing in People's Park.
21 L.A. Unified enrollment drops by more than 27,000 students, steepest decline in years
22 Association of Bay Area Governments likely to remain firm on RHNA numbers despite flurry of appeals from jurisdictions
23 Student Opinion: The Regents' Approval to Build on People's Park Ignores Community and Collective Struggle
24 Berkeley among highest vaccination rates in the US
25 People's Park housing project draws support, criticism
26 Unstoppable: Banegas pours in six goals as Trojan soccer team advances to Section 2AA finals | The Globe
27 Guntersville beats Boaz to clinch region championship
28 'An artificial crisis': City Council to vote on sanctuary waiver for Motorola
29 Berkeley City Council discusses ZAB appeal, security cameras
30 Officials vow to increase police staffing, with available officers at historic low
31 Say no to waiving Berkeley's Sanctuary Contracting Ordinance
32 Alfredo Arreguin: There are 'incredible things' on the river of life
33 Meet the North Bay family dominating the concrete business
34 UC Berkeley will pay Berkeley more than $4 million a year for city services.
35 Moyses Arreguin murder in Houston: Judge was 'sympathetic' to convicted killer, victim's family says
36 Mayor: Tenants' 'first dibs to buy' policy on hold until fall due to feasibility, timing
37 Reflecting the state Supreme Court's diversity, one portrait at a time
38 The Berkeley Activist's Calendar, October 24-31. Category: Extra from The Berkeley Daily Planet
39 Good Samaritan killed: Moyses Arreguin's killer Gilbert Gomez could walk free after transfer hearing
40 Mayor calls for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, or testing, for city workers
41 The Berkeley Activist's Diary, Week Ending October 3. Category: Public Comment from The Berkeley Daily Planet
42 Berkeley's millennial mayor changed his mind on the housing crisis
43 The debate that could change the future of housing in Berkeley: How do you define a shadow?
44 Enrique Serrano Arreguin | Obituaries |
45 Berkeley's Motorola Solutions contract was rushed, lacked transparency
46 Henry County voters have nine issues, five contested races
47 Bri Arreguin-Malloy back at The Republic as digital producer
48 'They can do more': City pushes Bayer to boost $30M community benefits package
49 DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Art, friendship, music and nature
50 Final Plan Bay Area 2050 initiatives adopted by oversight agencies
51 Opinion: New campus agreement is an $80M win for the city
52 A Berkeley Activist's Diary, Week Ending 10/23. Category: Extra from The Berkeley Daily Planet
53 Berkeley hosts town hall to discuss delta variant, health order
54 Arrests Made for Trafficking Fentanyl and Hundreds of Pounds of Methamphetamine out of Bakersfield
55 Dolores Martinez (Arreguin)
56 Helping families in distress COPA assists Castroville residents applying for rent relief
57 Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin Wins 65% Of Vote in Early Results
58 Berkeley considering vaccine mandate similar to San Francisco’s, mayor says
59 Berkeley mayor calls for masking mandate as delta variant spreads
60 City grapples with housing crisis, fire danger as it writes rules for ADUs in hills
61 Berkeley City Council Adopts ‘Groundbreaking' Police Reforms
62 Family offers healthy options at The Back Alley Cafe
63 Mother Lode Fairgrounds Actively Searching For New CEO
64 Temple police marking tires to catch parking violators downtown
65 City Council maps terms of UC Berkeley's Long Range Development Plan
66 BPD pulled over, used force with disproportionate number of Black people in last year
67 Life Patterns: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art celebrates artist Alfredo Arreguín
68 Berkeley wants to make all city-provided meals vegan
69 Berkeley mayor encourages residents to fly the American flag
70 The Berkeley Activist's Calendar, October 17-24l. Category: Arts & Events from The Berkeley Daily Planet
71 The outreach effort to vaccinate Sonoma County's farmworker community amid covid conspiracy theories
72 Vote Jesse Arreguín for Berkeley mayor
73 Berkeley officials consider controversial real estate proposal
74 Citing Climate Change, Berkeley to Offer Vegan Meals at Public Events, Buildings
75 Rattlesnake bites child on foot on playground of local elementary school
76 Berkeley community criticizes $82.6M deal between city, campus
77 US Secretary of Energy visits Berkeley, advocates for solar energy
78 Berkeley mayor: Defunding the police is 'reimagining public safety'
79 San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Art That Reframes American Independence
80 Berkeley mayor objects to appointment of Bazian to city commission
81 Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin Says NO to the Recall
82 The Napa County Poet's Corner: A visit with a young poet
83 Gavin Newsom's recall defense heats up in Berkeley
84 Berkeley City Council passes resolution to end single-family zoning
85 Central Texas officer fires at vehicle that nearly hit him as driver flees, teenager arrested
86 City Of Berkeley Hauls 35 Tons Of Trash, Debris From Homeless Encampments Along I-80
87 Ogden women removing racially restrictive wording from covenants
88 COVID-19 and Personal Grief: Advice from Experts
89 Berkeley Allocates $53 Million to Affordable Housing Projects at BART Stations
90 Mother Lode Fair to return July 1 through 4 | News |
91 Berkeley reveals when general public can expect COVID vaccine
92 Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month | UW College of Arts & Sciences
93 Follow the money in the settlement between City Council, UC Berkeley
94 Juan Jose Arreguin, Jr. | Obituaries
95 First-ever Berkeley Bird Festival celebrates avians with poetry, songs and chalk art
96 Ogle County Sheriff 10-25-21
97 Save 1921 Walnut St. Berkeley – Tenants Protest Demolition, UC Berkeley, Mayor Jesse Arreguin Actions
98 Josephine Arreguin Marin, age 98, of Belton, died Saturday.
99 WSU professor uncovering discrimination in Ogden's housing economy
100 ‘Our New York Moment’: Southern California Reels as Virus Surges