The body of a homeless woman was found Saturday near Berkeley High School. She appears to have died of exposure.
Someone fired gunshots at Russell and Acton this morning, damaging several cars.
Changes in the local political landscape have prompted two groups to nix a project to build 265 apartments for seniors on Holy Hill.
There is a proposal to add a neon 'Skydeck' sign at the top of 2150 Shattuck Ave. Not everyone is happy about the idea.
The city of Berkeley is on a mission to improve its website, as well as to determine if there are more services it can offer online.
Joe Lurie has spent most of his adult life interacting and engaging with other cultures and promoting cross-cultural understanding. As a young man, he served in the Peace Corps in Kenya, the beginning of his life of “intercultural encounters.”
It was a chilly 38 degrees in Berkeley on Friday morning, but the cold snap is nothing compared to what is coming.
Almost every day for the past few weeks Celia McCarthy has sat down to knit a pink hat. To be specific, a pink hat with ears, colloquially known as a “pussy hat.”
The cat-and-mouse game between Berkeley and a homeless activist group continued early on Wednesday when city officials rousted about 25 people from their tents and sleeping bags on a median on Adeline Street near Oregon Avenue.
On Dec. 16, Berkeleyside published the Best Books of 2016 compiled by Berkeleyside staff and community members. But there is another category of books, those about Berkeley, that is also worth noting. Here then is a list of recently published books about Berkeley that will make great gifts.
There are cat people and there are dog people. This article is for cat people.
Berkeley firefighters are looking for volunteers Saturday to help them stuff 800 grocery bags with food and deliver them to some of Berkeley’s elderly for the holidays. (Berkeley police are also looking for donations of toys. See below.)
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