The grant will pay for design and environmental review work on the project building a ferry terminal at the Berkeley Marina.
A freeway has long separated Berkeley from its waterfront. Is it time to rethink I-80?
From a freeway-covering park to miles of tunnels, Berkeley could seek federal funds to study changes to one of the Bay Area’s most congested roadways.
Remembering David Rowinski, a ‘garden fairy’ and the yenta of West Berkeley
A creative force and a voracious gossip — a curmudgeon who inspired great loyalty — Rowinski, 86, worked as a photographer, river guide, gardener, and plantsman.
Update: 7-week closure of Gilman Street approach to I-80 starts Tuesday
Gilman Street will be closed between Fourth and Second streets from Tuesday until June 21.
With permit in hand, West Berkeley co-housing seeking residents
The group hopes the co-housing model can be a “force for good” in the West Berkeley neighborhood.
Berkeley’s Gilman District is launching its first street fair this Sunday
The kid-friendly street fair will offer art, shopping and food trucks on three closed-down blocks of Fifth and Camelia streets.
After pandemic pause, bus service to return to Ashby Avenue
Starting in August, Line 7 will be extended to Emeryville and run on the weekends.
Update: Urban Ore union vote certified without challenge from owners
Workers at the iconic salvage store voted 14-7 to join IWW Union 670. The store’s owners said the election was unfair but did not file an objection.
Update: Woman found dead near Berkeley Marina is identified
The cause and manner of the woman’s death remained pending as of April 18. She was discovered the evening of April 10.
Hot off the press: New printmaking festival debuts in West Berkeley this weekend
See artists at work, tour the art space that’s in an old ketchup factory, bring a tote or tee and screen-print it at the West Berkeley Community Print Festival on Saturday.
Big changes are coming to San Pablo Avenue. Here’s what residents have to say
At a community meeting Thursday night, locals chimed in about new bike lanes, parking, bus stops, pedestrian crossings and more.
Quilts, corsets and yarn bombs: 8 Berkeley needlecraft shops catering to the crafty
Stores serving sewers, crocheters, dressmakers and other needleworkers form a tightly knit community in Berkeley.