The old Looking Glass Photo building will be home to a Berkeley location for the MTO Center, an international nonprofit organization that centers on teaching Sufi meditation.
After being defeated two years ago, a group of Berkeley residents is trying once more to landmark the view from the base of Cal's Campanile.
Berkeley's watchdog campaign committee will hold a hearing to see if a property owners group violated election filing laws in 2016.
In recent months, the city and campus community have worked together to improve fire safety in large group homes, in particular, before special events or parties.
A new documentary about California Typewriter, a store on San Pablo Avenue, opens Friday. To celebrate that and typewriters, in general, the store held a typing gathering.
A group of Berkeley firefighters are among those assisting with the rescue and cleanup efforts post-Hurricane Irma.
The North Berkeley park has a natural feel. Some neighbors fear that will be impacted if Berkeley installs a patch of artificial grass for a swing set.
A broken chain-link fence that let a child get next to the train tracks last spring is still broken and the city says it does not know who it belongs to.
Downtown business owners and neighbors expressed frustration that a new center for young adults with mental illness and substance abuse problems was approved without public input.
In an ironic twist of drought economics, EBMUD is considering charging its customers more for water starting July 12 in part because they are consuming less.
Founded in the 1920s as the Berkeley Country Club, the Mira Vista Golf and Country Club in El Cerrito is going back to its original name.
The Public Health Institute and University of North Carolina study shows tax is doing "exactly what it is intended to do" says its lead author.
Gig Car Share, launching in Berkeley and Oakland on April 30, is the Bay Area’s first floating, one-way ride sharing program.
The Berkeley City Council will honor Marian Diamond tonight for her distinguished brain research.
The new shelter has storage space, bike racks and takes dogs. Berkeleyside spoke to some of its clients, as well as to others who won't use shelters.
Don’t expect lush green parks in Berkeley this summer, unless the watering is a surprise from the skies.