Portraits of a few of the hundreds of people who came to the festivities a year after the day became a national holiday.
There is a humanitarian crisis on our streets. I deeply believe that the best way to honor the legacy of People’s Park is to invest in the resources necessary to turn the tide on that crisis.
Leonard Powell hopes the court will find that Berkeley and a receiver mismanaged his home code problems.
Festivities returned to the Adeline Corridor, two years after the pandemic forced it online and the first since it became a federal holiday.
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 projects could bring more than 5,400 new residents to the city and result in 465 new jobs, according to staff.
The 43-year-old Balinese cultural group purchased its Shattuck Avenue headquarters from its landlord for $1.5 million.
Tony Walker described himself as a “washed-up nobody” who probably deserved to die in prison.
After suffering serious falls, Betty Gray hasn’t been able to leave her second-floor apartment to run Alice’s Relaxing Bath and Gift Shop.
Until now, the motive for the fatal shooting has been shrouded in mystery. That is set to change Monday as part of a recent plea deal.
One neighbor told Berkeleyside they were trying to nap when they “heard a series of gunshots and a crash followed by someone screaming.”