For Judy Wilkinson, her story as a UC Berkeley student in the 1960s was the story of T22.
The city of Berkeley is hoping to dramatically rethink many elements of South Berkeley, thanks to a $750,000 planning grant it received from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in May.
A new Domino’s Pizza shop won approval from the Berkeley City Council to open in South Berkeley after a lengthy battle with some neighbors.
A push to clean up and improve Sacramento Street, driven by Berkeley city staff as well as local residents and merchants, continues to gain momentum.
Recently opened Berkeley spot Easy Creole says it's “Creole, Cajun, Kind of." We pick the dishes to order off their chalkboard menu.
Armed robbers have been targeting the South Berkeley neighborhood east of the Ashby BART station in recent months, with a spike in robbery reports since mid-November.
South Berkeley U.S. Postal Service users may have noticed the removal and subsequent return of an outdoor mailbox on Adeline Street in mid-September.
Two local organizations have put out separate calls seeking artists to participate in projects underway in collaboration with the city of Berkeley.
More than 50 Berkeley neighborhood and business groups came out Tuesday night to meet, mingle, eat together and get to know each other during the 30th annual National Night Out celebration. The festivities included visits from police and fire department staffers, as well as local officials and other municipal representatives. Berkeleyside reporter Emilie Raguso rode along with Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan and Capt. Andy Greenwood as they visited some of the parties around town. See photographs from the event, including several submitted by Berkeleyside readers, below.
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