A planned partnership between the organization and BHS never materialized, and the district plans to repurpose the space for new programs next year.
This network of more than 40 organizations and individuals finds efficient ways to redistribute food to low-income residents of Berkeley, but it needs an HQ.
Ben Bartlett has only been a Berkeley City Councilman for 1.5 years, but has the experience to be an Assemblyman because "a year in Berkeley is like 7 years anywhere else," he says
With 12 people now running to replace Assemblyman Tony Thurmond, developments in the race are fast and furious.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín let slip that the electric car company plans to open a service and parts operation in the former Pyramid Alehouse space.
On the anniversary of the death of 5-year-old Zachary Cruz, killed by a motorist on a crosswalk, his family called on people to "drive like your kid died here."
Berkeley-born LimeBike launches pilot programs for its dockless, shareable bikes in the East Bay
Everybody knows about the People's Park created in 1969, when thousands of students, activists, and neighbors worked to establish the place. Few know about an earlier park.
The City Council voted to prohibit city employees, including police officers, from spending city money to help the federal government crack down on cannabis businesses.
Only a few weeks after the start of recreational cannabis sales, Berkeley decided to lower the business tax