Tenants began moving into the 34-unit affordable senior housing project in March after being chosen among 1,000 applicants.
UC Berkeley has been denied relief from a court-ordered enrollment freeze. It may be forced to mail out 5,100 fewer acceptance letters next month.
Police believe there may be other victims and are asking the public to call BPD’s Sex Crimes Unit with tips.
La Crepe a Moi owners opened their dream brick and mortar in Berkeley’s Northside neighborhood in May 2020 and are determined to hold on until Cal students return.
Six months into the pandemic, businesses set up to serve UC Berkeley see little business. Property owners who usually rent to students have lots of vacancies.
Since Cal closed, Stuffed Inn’s business dropped from 250 customers a day to 20. But its new owner is determined to keep the restaurant and its longtime employees around for as long as he can.
The cyclist who reportedly struck a female pedestrian waiting at a Berkeley stoplight earlier this month, causing serious injuries to himself and the woman, may not ever recover from the crash, authorities said Tuesday.
As of Monday, the cyclist and pedestrian — a 60-year-old Berkeley woman — were still in the ICU, BPD said.
The Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday night to increase parking ticket fines on Cal football game days to $225. The vote was part of a package of changes staff asked officials to make to the city’s parking program.
The Regents of the University of California are scheduled to vote Wednesday on the Upper Hearst Development project to create faculty housing, a parking garage and a new academic building for the Goldman School.
The city of Berkeley says it may file a lawsuit against the University of California tied to concerns about hefty population growth on campus and what it sees as unplanned impacts on the city.
A food deliveryman returned to his vehicle Sunday night to find a stranger with a gun in the driver’s seat, authorities report. The stranger drove off with the man’s vehicle after a brief struggle.