Perhaps 30 years from now, the future leaders of Berkeley born today will read this and build something even better to further our legacy.
While purchasing wild-caught salmon from other sources, Berkeley salmon eaters should also advocate for healthy rivers, healthy oceans.
The historic and pedestrian swarmed street should be the first of many streets in the city to undergo this transition.
To keep up with population growth in Berkeley, it makes sense to build more housing according to the Regional Housing Needs Allocation.
In the case, U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen ruled for the plaintiffs, citing "irreparable injury" if it were closed.
Meeting the artificially high goal will force the city to make drastic revisions to its zoning and might mean it loses control of what is built.
Adding cameras and license plate readers can offer more security but privacy issues must also be considered.
The superintendent or the school board must build the Title IX infrastructure to make campuses safe for all students, a parent writes.
Destroying the park by building student housing is an attempt to kill the voices that have criticized UC Berkeley since the 1960s.
Cleaning out the tide tubes that provide tidal circulation to the lagoon was among 42 projects that were part of the first phase of the funds.
The mayor and City Council have secretly agreed to a deal that will bring irreversible and long-term harm to us all, two Berkeley residents write.
The new ridesharing tax approved by voters is estimated to bring in around $910,000 annually and could pay for the free bus service.