Activists gathered to discuss economic and racial inequality, reparations, police violence – and to celebrate accomplishments.
Artist and business owner Frida Godoy crafts fantastical creations from recycled materials at Reuse Arts and Crafts.
“100 years is a long time, but it’s been a rewarding 100 for me,” Horace Whitmore told Berkeleyside this week.
Jim Manheimer was reunited with his yearbook, which had been at the Berkeley Public Library, after the Wall Street Journal ran an article on the origins of the word “hella.”
Honoree Mukund Raguram says it’s very much a team effort of the work he does providing health care and case management to unhoused communities in the East Bay.
A coalition of advocates for Berkeley’s homeless community gathered online to sing, pray and demand justice for the unhoused people.
Berkeley streets are among the worst in the Bay Area.
LeConte Hall and Barrows Hall will be renamed because their former namesakes advocated white supremacy.
Residents who live near the Cedar Rose Park pickleball courts are asking the city to remove the courts.
Supporters said Measure HH losing is a missed opportunity to put resources toward climate justice.
Incumbent Elizabeth Echols has won the race for East Bay Regional Park Board Ward 1 directorship, securing 65% of the cast votes in Alameda Couty and 56% in Contra Costa County.
Voters in Berkeley can walk, roll or drive by to drop off their ballots at a no-contact “drop stop” Thursday and Friday.
Bayer wants to add more than 1 million square feet of work space, erect taller buildings and, eventually, hire 1,000 more employees.
The longtime, no-frills Berkeley haunt known for its late hours, affordable eats and diverse, down-to-earth clientele, is closing on Friday.
This week, Alameda County added four new 24-hour ballot boxes in Berkeley.
Incumbent Susan Wengraf and challenger Richard Illgen both have decades of experience, but differ on the best approaches to address Berkeley’s challenges.