She was born a coal miner’s daughter and went on to achieve global impact as a physician activist. Coady was 80.
Call takers at The Hub field inquiries about shelter beds, housing and other issues as part of a process to determine who is most in need. Photo: Emilie Raguso It used to be that those who were homeless in Berkeley had to navigate a complex tangle of services to try to find help. In January, the city launched what it hopes […]
Drug and alcohol treatment program Options Recovery Services is expanding this month. Photo: Melati Citrawireja Drug and alcohol treatment program Options Recovery Services is expanding this month. Photo: Melati Citrawireja Options Recovery Services is set to expand to Berkeley’s Old City Hall annex space this month. The drug and alcohol treatment program is currently located on Center Street, and will retain that […]
FCPC commissioners review papers in a May 2013 meeting. (Note: Some of these commissioners are no longer serving.) Photo: Frances Dinkelspiel Update, Jan. 17: Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission voted Thursday night to increase the fine for “Yes on S” campaign violations to $3,750, according to the East Bay Express. The campaign had failed to list the individual […]
Bobby Miller will set out on a 216-mile, two-day fundraising ride on Sunday. Photo: Lance Knobel On Sunday morning at 6 a.m., Bobby Miller will get on his bike in front of the Veteran’s Memorial Building on Center Street, and set off on a ride. He’ll head first to the Carquinez Bridge, then to Napa, […]