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Berkeley High's dean of students reckons 'up to a quarter' of the school's students has used an e-cigarette in the last year.
A woman walking north of the UC Berkeley campus was kicked and punched during an armed robbery Monday night, authorities report.
With less than a week before election day, a single poll shows the candidate who has served eight years in public office narrowly ahead of a campaign consultant in her first race.
Buffy wants to build more affordable housing, boost funding for public education, and take a regional approach to homelessness. She has the experience, skills and relationships to deliver real results.
New locations for Pyeong Chang Tofu, Benchmark Pizzeria, and Beauty's Bagel Shop join more than 20 new restaurants in the East Bay this month; while eight eateries closed.
She is kind, inclusive, and brave. She has integrity. She is hardworking and dedicated to public service and social change for the better of humanity.
Gunfire drew police to South Berkeley on Tuesday night but no injuries have been reported, authorities say.
Berkeley voters will get a say on city housing, homelessness and infrastructure on Nov. 6.
With one week to Election Day, Berkeleyside is gearing up for live coverage of all the issues on the Berkeley ballot. Review our 2018 Election hub to get informed before you vote.
14 three-point shots in a game? Pfft! In San Pablo Park, basketball is played with an added degree of difficulty. Check out our video story to see what we mean.
Having served on the Rent Stabilization Board, the Zoning Adjustments Board, the Housing Advisory Commission and the Sierra Club board, he has deep experience and understands the issues.
James Riseman bought a dilapidated four-plex in Berkeley last year and modernized it. The incentive to maintain apartments will decline if vacancy control is reinstated.
Bites: Philz to close Gourmet Ghetto café, Farm Burger shutters in Gilman Village, changes at Chick’n Rice
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The 150 pages of documents were released to a right-wing group after the teacher lost a lawsuit.