The ruling comes as the city and Berkeley are nearing an agreement on issues surrounding payments, housing, and enrollment.
The Helen Diller Family Foundation is paying for the complex, but building it may require evicting people from a rent-controlled building.
Lines around the block for cupcakes and a boom year for a flower shop, but a shoe shop for the stars is calling it quits, one of several COVID-19 casualties.
The Tarea Hall Pittman/South Branch will open for in-person browsing on June 22 and the Claremont branch will open on June 28.
Some of the city’s most prominent authors have new books out, including Alice Waters, Michael Lewis and Michael Pollan.
Developers will construct two modern buildings and add a strolling path with native plants along Bolivar Drive by Aquatic Park.
Patrons will be able to walk into the North Branch on May 28, the West Branch on June 7, and the Central Branch on June 15.
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He was instrumental in helping get the Ed Roberts Campus built.
Residents of Panoramic Hill sued the university to get it to further study the impacts of the $28 million project.
UC Berkeley wants to add 12,000 people to its campus in the next 15 years and build 8 million square feet of housing, research space and parking.
The court ruling, which Berkeley may appeal, is the latest development in a long-running fight about the property.
Young died at 81, two years after suffering a stroke.
The two owners are hoping to find buyers who love books and the community as much as they do.
Dave Brannigan has served as chief for three years.
Caltrans will begin work in May to install two new roundabouts and a new pedestrian/bike bridge at what some call the “most dysfunctional intersection in the country.”