A man authorities said appeared to be under the influence of alcohol is reported to have stabbed two acquaintances at a West Berkeley home early Tuesday morning, but they are expected to survive.
Berkeley community and zoning board members had a chance Thursday to weigh in on what the environmental impact report for a large mixed-use project planned for 1900 Fourth St. should focus on.
The Berkeley City Council is packing up and moving its meetings.
Update, 9:45 p.m. In other breaking news, BART service has stopped in Berkeley due to a person on the tracks between the MacArthur and Ashby stations. A major power outage also hit West Berkeley on Sunday night. Tune in to Berkeleyside’s Facebook page and Twitter for updates. (Accounts are not needed to view the pages.)
The new, sleek coffee shop takes the place of Café Yesterday, with a streamlined, coffee- and pastries-focused menu.
Berkeley will soon be home to not one, but two, salad-centric restaurants — SoCal-based Tender Greens is planning to set up shop at 2071 University Ave.
It’s going to cost so much to repair Berkeley’s historic fishing pier that the city can’t even afford to study the issue until mid-2017 at the soonest.
You're likely to feel mellow after knocking back kava in a coconut shell at MeloMelo Kava Bar, a trippy, tranquil booze-free spot that has developed a cult-like following in its first year.
The FBI is investigating claims of a Ponzi scheme involving the Berkeley wine company Premier Cru.
Ace Hardware, which has been operating out of its space at 2145 University Ave. since 1945, will be moving sometime in the spring to 2020 Milvia St, just two blocks away.
As the Chapter 7 bankruptcy case of the Berkeley wine store winds its way through court, significant details emerge about its operations.
Al Lasher’s Electronics may be on the brink of closing after 56 years at 1734 University Ave.