Berkeley is poised to buy the old Premier Cru complex on University and may use it for new City Council chambers and, eventually, affordable housing.
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.
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.
Unless the Parks and Waterfront Department gets real, the T1 bond money will be a case of pouring new wine into cracked old bottles.
We live in an age of surveillance. We can no longer afford to bury our heads in the sand and hope that benign actors in local, state or alphabet-soup federal agencies will do the right thing.
Berkeley will cut ties with any company involved in funding, designing, or building a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Berkeleyside will be at City Hall and will broadcast the event, which starts at 3 p.m., live on Facebook.
Because of mistrust, the Board of Library Trustees should resign or be replaced.
The Berkeley City Council will honor Marian Diamond tonight for her distinguished brain research.
A new report lays out possible first steps for severing ties with Wells Fargo, as other cities move money out of the mega-bank.
Harrison beat Ben Gould, a UC Berkeley graduate student, by capturing 62% of the vote.
With recent decisions, Mayor Arreguín and the majority of the City Council have demonstrated their commitment to a public process that consists of backroom deals and disregard for the rule of law.
In a bizarre twist both sides said was unforeseen, a deal more than a year in the making stalled out Tuesday night prior to a council vote that was expected to bring 50 new units to Berkeley.