Volunteers spent the weekend in West Berkeley sprucing up the city's new Pathways center to prep it for its scheduled opening June 23. See how plans have changed.
The plan to help the unhoused falls short because there is no mechanism to place people in long-term housing and the city is not building any low-income housing to help them.
The Berkeley Path Wanderers take care of, promote and celebrate the city's 136 public paths and staircases.
On Sunday, La Loma Path was added to the network of approximately 140 walkways that meander between houses and streets in the Berkeley hills.
Greg wants to help families come out of poverty by building housing all along the economic spectrum. Ensuring that Berkeley remains a welcoming place for all is his priority.
When the Ninth St. shelter closes on Aug, 30, 90 people will have to return to the streets. Come to a Tuesday meeting to help identify a new, permanent home for the shelter.
How do we get the value of Urban Shield training without the militaristic agendas that are antithetical to most people in Berkeley and to its police and fire departments?
The Pathways navigation center opened two weeks ago and offers wrap-around services and support for 45 homeless people.
A charming "small village" in a front yard turns out to be the tip of the iceberg of a creative wonderland, created with the help of children, in North Berkeley.
Berkeley Unified is among districts embracing "career technical education," despite uncertain funding and a stigma they want to erase.
Residents at the new West Berkeley shelter will have 24/7 access, showers, laundry facilities, the ability to bring pets and store their belongings on site.
Last week, it was RVs at the Marina. This week, the city of Berkeley set its sights on Second and Cedar streets. Homeless campers in the area have been told they need to move.
The city will establish a new parking structure, a final attempt to address issues around overnight parking. RV dwellers say they have nowhere to go.