A creator of the 45-year-old People’s History of Telegraph Avenue mural says one of two proposed sites for a toilet near People’s Park would obscure an important landmark.
The city is making a key update to its housing plans. Here’s how the process works and how you can get involved.
Arrested or charged individuals are presumed innocent. Send tips to Berkeleyside with your public safety questions.
An Alameda County judge ruled that campus must study the impacts of its growth before it expands any further.
No, there won’t be any “corporate-style office park,” as flyers posted in the neighborhood and on social media falsely claimed.
It could be the first of several street changes in the Southside neighborhood to benefit pedestrians, bicyclists and public transit riders.
Even though the city of Berkeley has reached a settlement, others are fighting the university in court.
A final determination has not been made in the case: the Internal Affairs Bureau has not completed its report and the police chief has yet to weigh in.
Lines around the block for cupcakes and a boom year for a flower shop, but a shoe shop for the stars is calling it quits, one of several COVID-19 casualties.
Gabriel Jordan is also facing separate rape charges from a 2019 attack in Oakland.
The semi-permanent kitchen says it has provided over 5,000 meals since March