Instead of building 265 units for seniors, the Pacific School or Religion will lease and sell some of its buildings to meet its mission.
The drought has led to an increase of THMs, which can cause cancer, in the East Bay's drinking water.
The two women who went to the Supreme Court to defeat Prop. 8 have a new joint memoir that discusses their lives and the legal battle.
Services have returned to First Church after a fire which put a firefighter in danger. The future of the damaged Pilgrim Hall is being discussed.
Even though The Apothecarium has an agreement, the property owner is refusing to let the company gain entry to the space.
An Oakland woman said UC and Berkeley officials allowed conservatives to be attacked on campus driven by their own progressive political agendas.
The Oaks Theatre, once a central hubbub of Solano Avenue, is one of several properties owned by developer and realtor John Gordon.
Council decided Selawsky's experience is what is needed now for the board, even though it meant rejecting the lawyer nominated by the BOLT.
Marìa Poblet will serve out the rest of former Commissioner Katherine Harr's term, until Nov. 20, 2018.
Jesse Arreguín is suggesting appointing a political colleague to the Board of Library Trustees rather than the lawyer whom the board has nominated.
Robert Paylor faces a long and expensive rehabilitation path and a fundraising campaign has been launched to help him.
'Woman No. 17' is set in the luxurious Hollywood Hills, a far cry from the setting of Lepucki's dystopian novel, 'California.'