Every week, Berkeleyside publishes dozens of articles about what’s going on in Berkeley. You’re busy — some of them might have passed you by. Here are five stories, including the one featured above, we think you’ll want to catch up on.
2. What do you do when someone kills themselves with a potentially hazardous chemical?
What happened after a much-loved former Cal professor committed suicide using sodium azide at the Berkeley City Club.
3. Young man tries to buy 14 iPhones, 2 laptops at the Apple store
Will that be all sir? A 19-year-old walks into the Berkeley Apple store and, using a fake Visa card, attempts to buy $10,000 worth of gear.
4. Higher rates, evening hours for Berkeley parking meters?
Proposed changes include slightly higher hourly rates in some areas, and a new pilot program to extend metered hours until 8 p.m.
5. Question-mark over new Walgreens store on Solano Avenue
Regulation to limit the number of large drugstores in Berkeley was approved by the city’s Planning Commission Wednesday night. If approved by City Council, the law would prohibit a controversial new Walgreens from locating on Solano Avenue.
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