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.
Longfellow Middle School and John Muir, Sylvia Mendez and Rosa Parks elementary schools all have new leaders at the helm for the 2022-23 school year.
The Berkeley Marina is slated to receive an influx of cash following a successful lobbying campaign for a $15 million earmark from the state.
Robert’s son has taken over at Robert’s Hot Tubs, new to Fourth Street. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
Pete Engelhart has been crafting bells, bangers and clangers with distinct personalities since the mid-’70s. You’ve heard them in the music of the Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin and in the soundtracks of ‘Wall-E’ and ‘Tenet.’
Following in a mother’s footsteps. Love at the jewelry store. A poignant yellow balloon. We present six very personal audio stories behind the small businesses on a short stretch of San Pablo.
The man and his company will be responsible for the $2.1 million freeway repairs, officials said.
Suspects were seen leaving the area by car. No arrests have been made, but the investigation is ongoing.
The kite shop owner who ran the festival for over 30 years says the city’s over-$40,000 event-fee increase will mean an end to the Berkeley Marina tradition.
Authorities say they have identified the driver from Wednesday’s hit-and-run collision in northwest Berkeley.
After the collision, one lane of the freeway was shut down “to accommodate crews inspecting the overcrossing.”