The building at San Pablo Avenue and Addison Street will have room for a corner restaurant.
The city’s small size means fewer resources and staff, but scrappy business owners are managing to tread water with federal programs and crowdfunding.
We’ve gathered together a selection of Berkeley-based businesses selling masks and other face coverings for pickup or delivery.
With Ramadan, Passover and Easter all happening in April, Berkeley religious communities are adapting to spiritual life during a global pandemic.
What is an essential business? Can I take my kid to the park? Is the DMV open? Where can I get relief money? Answers to these and more of your frequently asked questions.
Where can you donate N95 masks? Should you be wearing one yourself? Here are your top questions answered.