When Coille Hooven first came to Berkeley in 1970 she knew she’d found her home. Since then, the porcelain artist has garnered a loyal following.
Fans of Joseph Charles, who stood waving on a street corner for 30 years, carried on his legacy Thursday, when the Grove Park tennis courts were rededicated in his honor.
The Berkeley Path Wanderers take care of, promote and celebrate the city's 136 public paths and staircases.
As an investor in Berkeleyside you are proving there is a model to potentially sustain local journalism across the country.
Soaked by the rain, hundreds of students at Berkeley High and elsewhere walked out of class and mourned for the young victims of mass shootings.
BFD invited 28 female college athletes to the Cedar Street station over the weekend in an effort to attract more women to the fire service.
In this episode of Nosh's video series, Meet Your Maker, we spoke to the husband-and-wife team behind the family-friendly taproom in Temescal.
Berkeley has several homeless camps, including one in the area around Second Street. Over several days, we spent time with Kinndra Martin who lives there. This is her story.
With the start of Women’s History Month, check out all the great options locally to enjoy music made by women over the next few weeks.
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."
Photographer Orie Rutchick captures the spirit of some of his neighbors through beautiful black-and-white portraits taken at his free mobile studio.
A fire at a homeless camp in West Berkeley caused black, billowing smoke to be visible across the city Friday morning.
After meeting at her father's Southwest Berkeley home, the group walked across the street to San Pablo Park to remember the 27-year-old who was on the way to work when she died.