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Zoning board members have asked developer Realtex to rethink plans for an 8-story, 39-unit building on Telegraph, which is slated to replace quirky indoor mall "The Village."
Jim Novosel, a member of the library board, wants to set politics aside and start a "healing process" by convening a task force to look at some of the library's issues.
Police arrested Anthony Beamon after finding him with guns, thousands in cash and substantial amounts of drugs for sale, authorities report. Police say Beamon ran a "drug house."
Our picks: two plays to catch before they close, a one-night-only comedy show, island dancing, and a talk about Berkeley during wartime.
A video shows the man attempting to open car doors and entering a Spruce Street backyard on March 19.
Just because interest rates are low doesn't mean Berkeley should borrow $100M for T1. The city should only fund projects that have a higher return than its borrowing costs.
Los Angeles-based Golden Road Brewery plans to build a brewery and outdoor beer bar using shipping containers at 40th and Broadway.
There is a lot of bas relief sculpture in Berkeley and almost all of it is quite beautiful. Here's a look at just some the gems that we may often walk right by without noticing.