The wildly popular pizza spot operated completely without permits until Alameda County’s health department took notice.
Owner Roy Fong says that employees were reluctant to come work at his longstanding business.
The project is planned for the site of Berkeley’s Grayson Street homeless shelter. City officials have long known the site was only temporary.
All the restaurants of note that closed this September in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
Eudemonia, a popular tabletop card store that had been a refuge for Berkeley gamers of all ages, closed after 18 years.
The city’s manufacturing ranges from woodworking to wine-making, and from pouring metals to molding new materials.
The new owners, who have experience in sales and the publishing world, will take over on Nov. 1.
Pharmaceutical giant intends to add 1,000 jobs — from warehouse to manufacturing to research — to Berkeley campus over next 30 years.
Joshua A. Miele won a prestigious MacArthur Foundation fellowship for his pragmatic inventions that help blind people navigate the physical and digital world.
Hayward-based Lucky Dog Hot Sauce lost half of its business when the pandemic began, but a viral YouTube moment kept the company afloat.
Attendance at a local company’s chaperoned Sunday swim from the Berkeley Marina has quadrupled since 2018. And while Homer might chase you, he probably won’t bite.
Financial planner Jonathan DeYoe reflects on impermanence after the death of his brother David this summer.