With its preschool in Berkeley and K-8 in El Cerrito, MFS celebrates 40 years of learning-by-doing and focusing on kindness and empathy.
As omicron has surged and disinformation persists, service groups and churches are urging the Black community to get vaccinated.
Alumni sign up their children for school that caters to both French-speaking children and those starting to learn the language.
Private school in North Berkeley helps students with dyslexia, ADHD and other learning disabilities thrive.
The donor-supported training program at the nonprofit music venue on University Avenue has a high placement rate for its graduates.
When the pandemic hit, the nonprofit adapted, and ended up serving four times as many people with online classes and outdoor recreation.
Giving Trees are decorated with wishes from organizations that provide housing, food, and support to at-risk members of our community.
The boats are back on the bay, with more departures, lower fares, and new non-stop service, along with fresh air and great views.
Head to Sonoma Valley for a winery tasting, a hike in the green hills, and dinner at one of the area’s many dazzling restaurants.
Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley has opened an International Track for non-French-speaking 6th-graders to achieve fluency by the end of 8th grade.
From bakers and roasters to artists, there’s a story behind each of the local businesses at the Dec. 9 Berkeley Holiday Gift Fair.
The first three months of reopening have also brought challenges dealing with safety requirements and COVID-related scheduling changes.