A merchant who loved shopping for antiques as much as selling them leaves a neighborhood of antique shops. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
There were some reports that the would-be robber also was shot and was seen limping away from the area.
Police do not yet know what may have caused the crash but are looking into whether Street may have experienced a medical emergency.
Police performed CPR on the man until firefighters arrived to take over life-saving efforts, but they were unsuccessful.
The man’s death first appeared to have been due to a medical emergency. On Wednesday, police asked for help to find the driver who hit him.
The commission says the percentage is not a requirement, but an aspiration. Community and BART talks are ongoing.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín said it’s the largest amount he could recall Berkeley ever having gotten from the state for affordable housing over his 16 years serving the city.
The festival, which celebrates the abolition of slavery in the United States, was slated to happen Sunday but instead will go online this year.
Cooperative Center will move so that a 100% affordable housing project, which includes units for tenants who were formerly homeless, can be built.
Three months after a driver struck and killed a 64-year-old Oakland man walking near the Ashby BART station, authorities have charged that driver with leaving the scene of the fatal crash, according to court papers.
The store looked like an overflowing attic full of antique finds.
A man who threatened to shoot up a South Berkeley barbershop because he was angry when he couldn’t get a haircut was charged with two felonies this week, according to authorities and court papers.