Philthy Clean Tattoo paints itself a new future downtown. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
Firefighters are still working with the pharmaceutical company to determine the cause of the blaze as of Wednesday.
Six maps show voting patterns for local ballot measures and races for rent board, school board and city council.
RV residents at the Grayson Street safe parking site are worried they’ll have to move back to the streets by the end of the year.
While CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid refocus on online delivery, the store shutdowns and limited hours have directly affected customers in Berkeley, Oakland and Emeryville.
At Monsen Silversmiths, Gary Reopelle is busy polishing and repairing metalware for the holidays. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
All you need is some chalk and climbing shoes to scale heights of around 15 feet at Benchmark Climbing. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
A seven-story mixed-use complex with about 270 homes has been proposed for the site. The store is inside the 100-year-old Rivoli Theatre, which operated until the late 1950s.
A new roof on Finnish Hall, owned by a defunct nonprofit and mired in property tax debt, should shore up the structure. But the future of the landmarked building, also the home for 30 years to a family of caretakers, is anything but certain.
The project faced stiff resistance from many of its neighbors, but benefited from a state law meant to overcome local opposition to new housing.
Blaine Brende worked as an arborist in Berkeley for nearly 40 years as a partner in the company Brende and Lamb.
The future of the Grayson shelter is still undecided, but residents say it helped them get back on their feet.