A man police say grabbed a teenager's buttocks last week, then hit her in the face after she took his photograph, was arrested Thursday, authorities report.
Heritage breeds find refuge at Little Farm in Tilden Park (East Bay Times)
The Coffeewoman takes Berkeley by storm (Barista)
Remembering Gerson P. Bakar, ’48 (UCB News)
Professor of epidemiology William Satariano dies at 70 (Daily Cal)
Juneteenth festival celebrates the legacy of the South Side (Express)
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The woman charged this week with feeding methamphetamine to a 2-year-old boy has a history of violence against authorities, the Alameda County sheriff's office told Berkeleyside.
Changes are afoot in Uptown Oakland on Broadway, including the closure of Southern restaurant, Picán, which is serving its last meal at this space on Sunday, June 11.
By relying on outdated information, the City Council is putting hundreds of affordable housing units and millions of dollars in funding at risk.
The multi-instrumentalist is performing as part of the Nature of Music series. Plus: Amethyst Starr at Jupiter.
Berkeley has hired 73 new employees in the past three years. Before it adds any more, officials must understand and reveal what the long term costs will be.
Even though The Apothecarium has an agreement, the property owner is refusing to let the company gain entry to the space.
Peregrine falcons are the fastest animal in the world. They were also once nearly extinct. Meet the Cal Campanile’s first-known peregrine falcon family.