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Posted inCity, Crime, Crime & Safety

3 years on, city of Berkeley still stuck on social media

Nearly three years after Berkeley city staff said the municipality was working on a social media policy to allow for greater transparency and communication, the city still has virtually no online presence apart from its official website. In the meantime, surrounding cities have taken up the challenge, particularly in the area of crime fighting, with […]

Posted inCity

A councilmember takes to Twitter, other officials lag

Councilmember Kriss Worthington took to the Twitterverse on Thursday, and he did so with a vengeance. Worthington signed up for Twitter in the morning, and began sending out a steady stream of tweets. “Congratulations to Berkeley High RISE students (EBAYC) on filming immigration documentary “The Next Step,” was one tweet. “Pinkberry’s grand opening on Telegraph Avenue […]