Activist and historian David Mundstock’s political archive was recently donated to the Berkeley Historical Society. A sampling of papers, posters and more will be on display starting Nov. 6.
Berkeley Patients Group is moving its cannabis operations to University and San Pablo avenues
A number of neighbors oppose the move, expressing concerns about allowing customers to consume on-site and its proximity to a library.
Berkeley Patients Group celebrates 20th 4/20 with up to 50% off products, tips for consumers
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Post-legalization, there are clear benefits to having a medical marijuana recommendation
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Berkeley first city in nation to become a ‘sanctuary’ for cannabis
The City Council voted to prohibit city employees, including police officers, from spending city money to help the federal government crack down on cannabis businesses.
Berkeley halves business tax on recreational cannabis
Only a few weeks after the start of recreational cannabis sales, Berkeley decided to lower the business tax
Man, 22, arrested after 3 Berkeley shootings, charged with attempted murder, child abuse
A Richmond man has been charged with a shooting in San Pablo Park from May. Photo: hfidek A former Berkeley High student has been charged with 13 felonies, including attempted murder and child abuse, after three shootings in Berkeley this year, two of which left teenage boys with injuries. Two of the shootings took place in […]
Berkeley council picks Amoeba, Apothecarium as new cannabis dispensaries
Supporters of The Cannabis Center line up for public comment at last night’s city council meeting. Photo: Lance Knobel Supporters of The Cannabis Center line up for public comment at last night’s city council meeting. Photo: Lance Knobel Berkeley City Council last night approved the city’s fifth and sixth cannabis dispensaries, four months after approving the […]
Zoning Board says cannabis collective a public nuisance
The Zoning Adjustments Board ruled Nov. 6 that Forty Acres, at 1820-1828 San Pablo Ave., is a public nuisance. Photo: Google Street View Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board voted unanimously Nov. 6 to declare the Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Growers’ Collective a public nuisance – the latest step in Berkeley’s three-year odyssey to shut the place down. […]
3 busted in Berkeley with firearms, marijuana for sale
Image: Google Maps Police arrested a man and two teenagers last Friday night after finding a stolen handgun, a second firearm and a large amount of marijuana in their car during a traffic stop south of the UC Berkeley campus. Berkeley Police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Coats said officers conducted a vehicle stop shortly before 9 […]
Berkeley dismisses official who made ‘insensitive’ racial comment during cannabis collective appeal
Berkeley officials contend that Forty Acres operated an illegal cannabis operation on the top floor of this building at 1820-1828 San Pablo Ave. Photo: Google Street View Berkeley officials contend that Forty Acres operated an illegal cannabis operation on the top floor of this building at 1820-1828 San Pablo Ave. Photo: Google Street View The city of […]
Berkeley still battling Forty Acres cannabis collective
Berkeley officials contend that Forty Acres operated an illegal cannabis operation on the top floor of this building at 1820-1828 San Pablo Ave. Photo: Google Street View The lawyers for Chris Smith, the owner of Forty Acres Medical Marijuana Grower’s Collective, will ask an Alameda County judge Friday to force the city of Berkeley to […]