Berkeley's Week: Ashkenaz Robbery Update, 24/7 Business Hours on Telegraph, BHS Lockdown

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These were among the most-read stories by Berkeley Patch viewers this past week:

Update: Employees Shot During Ashkenaz Robbery in Stable Condition, Expected to Recover

Detectives are investigating the incident and attempting to locate the outstanding suspect.

24/7 Business Hours Proposed for Telegraph Ave.

The Berkeley City Council agenda for Tuesday included a staff recommendation to allow 24/7 hours of operation for businesses on Telegraph Avenue between Dwight Way and the UC Berkeley campus.

Update: Attempted Robbery at Business Causes Brief Lockdown at Berkeley High

No injuries were reported, according to an email sent out by BHS.

Ashkenaz Manager, Employee Recovering After Robbery, Shooting

An Ashkenaz spokesman said many supporters and former employees turned out for a 40th anniversary event the evening after the shooting.

Berkeley Police Blotter: Battery on Bancroft, Residential Burglaries and More

The crime narratives for March 10—16 also include an armed robbery on Adeline.

And the week's most popular blog: How a Paper Towel Nearly Caused the Death of a Dog Named Sydney by Shea Cox, DVM.

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