With the drought and other factors placing Chinook salmon populations in peril, Mike Hudson is quitting the commercial fishing business after 25 years.
Activist and historian David Mundstock’s political archive was recently donated to the Berkeley Historical Society. A sampling of papers, posters and more will be on display starting Nov. 6.
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At least five students have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 700 people have been identified as close contacts in connection with an outbreak associated with a Berkeley High sports team.
The roadway, which was built on a causeway, has deteriorated so much that it has been reviled as one of the worst in the city.
Plus: A roundup of spooky Halloween and Dia de los Muertos happenings this weekend.
The North Berkeley post office on Solano Avenue, closed since Sunday due to rain damage, reopened on Friday.
A wittily playful teacher of legal writing at Berkeley Law, Lucinda Sikes loved novels, dancing and lattes.
With sediment building up, the future of the Tilden Park lake is now being decided.
Offices, gyms and more could soon drop face-covering requirements — but only if they follow strict guidelines.
Residents of Redwood Gardens, a low-income housing complex on the Clark Kerr campus, have learned to live with recurring flooding in some sections of the building’s first floor.
Sarah Cahill’s “Future is Female” concert this Saturday is a prelude of sorts to a “communal feminist immersive listening experience” planned Dec. 18 at BAMPFA.