The plan is to build about 110 units for teachers and staff in the parking lot of the Adult School.
The union needs to ratify the agreement and teachers need to be vaccinated, but more in-person instruction could ramp up by late-March to mid-April.
The school district is pairing up with Sonic to provide free internet access during remote learning.
With echoes of People’s Park’s legacy of resistance, protesters reacted Friday to UC Berkeley taking the first steps towards developing the land for student housing.
Berkeley Unified has reduced special education services during distance learning. Some parents say this violates federal law.
Alameda County restaurants have been ordered to close outdoor dining for the third time this year. Diners and restaurant workers are frustrated, resigned, but also understanding.
Fed up with distance learning, a few families are finding alternative ways to educate their children.
These kids are delivering good news and fostering community in the “DelCalMcGee” neighborhood just when people need it most.
Young and old, from all walks of life, nine people — including a rabbi, a sound engineer and a student — share how they are coping since being made unemployed.
RogueMark Studios’ Abby VanMuijen hopes gatherings that grew organically signal a new era for the business, one that’s driven by relationships with Berkeley neighbors.
A warehouse that makes massive sculptures for Burning Man is now turning out protective gear for hospitals.
While the local housing market slumbers, some buyers will try to land a better deal. But the whole process of buying, and selling, has been transformed.
Individuals and communities are raising money to give directly to those struggling because of COVID-19.
Hospitals have strict procedures on who should be tested.
As the library prepared to close for an indefinite amount of time, people rushed to stock up. Some walked out with a tower of books