By Lisa Tsering
Officials voted Tuesday night to step up the fight against sugary drinks in Berkeley.
Through its groundbreaking policy work, educational initiatives and engaging social media presence, Roots of Change challenges easy thinking about food issues.
By Yasmin Anwar/Berkeley News
By Hanna Miller
When David Prinz goes before a gathering of Telegraph Avenue neighbors Thursday to talk about the cannabis dispensary he would like to open at Amoeba Music, he will emphasize how his experience selling records will help him create a welcoming spot for cannabis patients. Plus, it will help revitalize the street, he will argue.
Alta Bates is offering free mental health screenings in Berkeley, Oakland and online Thursday, Oct. 8, the hospital announced Wednesday.
East Bay chefs gathered for a competition held to spotlight efforts to bring healthier food options to low-income neighborhoods in Oakland.
By Lisa Tsering
A plea by the chair of the Medical Cannabis Commission to reinstate his application for Berkeley’s fourth medical cannabis dispensary was ignored by the City Council Tuesday night, but council members did vote to slightly jigger the selection process.
The North Branch of the Berkeley Public Library was shuttered Friday morning after officials discovered bedbugs in three different areas of the branch.
The East Bay Regional Park District has just closed Lake Anza, in Tilden Regional Park, to swimming due to high levels of toxic algae, which can be fatal for dogs.
© Berkeleyside All Rights Reserved.