The Berkeley City Council heard an update on the educational equity plan this week, learning about what has worked and what still needs to be done.
The city is looking to create a permit program for RV campers in the latest effort to respond to neighborhood concerns about an influx of new vehicle dwellers in West Berkeley.
Harrison tries to find a middle path in the world of Berkeley's contentious politics, according to the author.
Openings include Café Ohlone, The Payback and Mike Hess Brewing; while Cam Huong, Brennan's, Gordo Taqueria and three others closed.
The Nov. 11-18 week aims to highlight the prevalence of hate crimes and bring communities together to speak out against hate.
Finishing whiskeys in barrels from local makers like Drake's Brewing Co, The Rare Barrel and Bicycle Coffee gives Mosswood's spirits their distinct flavors.
Police: High school student stabbed, alleged assailant pepper-sprayed, during fight in Berkeley park
Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park was filled with police, firefighters and people who said they witnessed the fight Thursday morning.
There will be some great performances in Berkeley this weekend including by DakhaBrakha, by the Brazilian-born Berkeley High alum, Ian Faquini, and the klezmer trio Veretski Pass.
The pool at King Middle School stays open year-round. Why can't the pool at West Campus, which serves south Berkeley, do the same?
The ins and outs of Berkeley businesses.
A council majority approved a slightly revised version of the mayor’s proposal on arrest information at the end of Tuesday night’s meeting.