The city is making a key update to its housing plans. Here’s how the process works and how you can get involved.
About 1,100 students will be housed in two buildings in the long-contested park.
Micromobility rentals could start later this year after the city approved a set of long-delayed regulations for the industry.
RV residents are required to move by Oct. 6, but some plan to protest what they see as a rushed alternative.
Nearly 14,000 properties in Berkeley could add new housing under the law, but experts say its impact will likely be modest.
Where Do We Go Berkeley argued that the residents have disabilities that make shelter options unsuitable.
Fifty-one years ago, nine women’s tennis players and one zealous magazine publisher kicked off a revolution that changed the face of sports. Five of the 10 rebels had strong connections to the Berkeley Tennis Club.
Cal can now tear down 1921 Walnut St. and the $300 million Anchor House project can proceed.
Workers have until Nov. 15 to get vaccinated, unless they can claim a medical or religious exemption from the requirement.
It’s not yet common, but in high-risk fire neighborhoods, Berkeley Hills residents may find that keeping their home insurance depends on how well their neighbors prune their property.
The Red Flag Warning due to low humidity and windy conditions will be in place Sunday evening through Monday evening.
Frank Daar was a leader in the formation of the “April Coalition,” which made national news in 1971 by electing Loni Hancock, Ira Simmons and D’Army Bailey to the Berkeley City Council.