Chuck Feezel had struggled since childhood with a constellation of physical and mental challenges that required serious psychiatric treatment.
Charles Franklin Feezel was taken to Highland Hospital with critical injuries and died 12 days later.
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.
The driver left the area in what police described as a “lowered, dark-color, mid 90’s sedan, with tinted windows (possibly a Nissan Altima).”
It’s the second hate crime arrest for Antoinette Archimede, and the first time the DA’s office has filed hate crime charges in Berkeley, this year.
Workers voted on March 9 to join a union in order to address what they consider a lack of COVID-19 safety controls.
Ten artists have recorded fictional and true stories about a place they love in Berkeley. The public can submit their own pieces.
Three campaigns raised the most money in 2020: for Moe’s Books, Rialto Theaters and a West Berkeley metal shop making plastic face shields for health workers.
A Dead Fest; Michael Pollan talks agroecology; Heyday Harvest honors author Greg Sarris; Halloween on Fourth Street; and decoding Chinese opera — who says there’s nothing to do?
Tamai Pearson moved to Berkeley 45 years ago and became a Telegraph Avenue vendor, but he’s facing immobilizing financial worries during the pandemic.
Two men with a gun fired it twice in separate incidents Sunday night in Berkeley and one of them pointed the gun at a woman walking alone that night when she rejected his “flirtatious advances,” police report.
Police arrested two men outside the 7-Eleven in Southside Berkeley after hearing gunfire there Sunday night, authorities report.