Postal workers said that only two of their colleagues got the virus but they may have exposed others, leading some to self-quarantine. A driver in Oakland has died of COVID-19.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín made the decision to pull the golden duplex item after so many council members recused themselves that it made it difficult to move the issue forward.
The City Council will look tonight at whether to place a measure on the November ballot eliminating the rent control exemption for golden duplexes.
For two days, on July 29 and July 30, people will be able do their own oral tests and drop the results in a receptacle. Results are expected in 24 to 48 hours.
Staffing shortages have impacted eight post offices in Berkeley and Albany. Some are opening late. Most only have one clerk so may be closed over their lunch break.
The house was moved a few blocks to make way for construction of a new 37-unit building on Bancroft Way between Shattuck Avenue and Milvia Street.
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Kala Bagai arrived in the U.S. with her family in 1915. Like many other Asians in Berkeley, she was discriminated against.
One of the plaintiffs worked at the Telegraph Avenue store and left after she was told to take off her Black Lives Matter pin.
Protesters came to support a former employee who quit after she was told to remove a face mask that had “Black Lives Matter” printed on it.
The city of Berkeley painted the red and white mural. In early June, Berkeley High students painted Black Lives Matter in giant yellow letters on Allston Way.
New state rules go into effect today prohibiting indoor worship services.
In a new graphic nonfiction book, ‘Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy,’ Daniel Newman, founder of Maplight, says people can be the change.