The two owners are hoping to find buyers who love books and the community as much as they do.
Dave Brannigan has served as chief for three years.
Caltrans will begin work in May to install two new roundabouts and a new pedestrian/bike bridge at what some call the “most dysfunctional intersection in the country.”
Visitors will be able to view the spectacular retrospective of the quilts of Rosie Lee Tompkins, an exhibit once scheduled to close in December.
Turntine brings decades of editing experience and a knack for breaking news. A new managing editor also joins the team as we launch a founders’ fund for local journalism.
The plan is for a fully accessible camp to reopen in 2022, its 100th anniversary.
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The owners of 1900 Fourth St. want to build housing and retail on the old Spenger’s parking lot, which sits in the middle of Berkeley’s shellmound district.
In another ironic twist, the collision happened on one of the “Healthy Streets” Berkeley has set aside for walkers and bicyclists.
Berkeley can use the money to help pay for emergency COVID-19 operations, infrastructure improvements and more.
The current owners of the home are concerned landmarking will disrupt the neighborhood.
The city may adjust its laws in order to landmark the Bancroft Way home the vice-president lived in as a child.
‘Half Moon Bay,’ by the father and son duo, is just one of hundreds of novels published in the past few decades that have been set in Berkeley.
The university’s new long-range plan includes building 12,000 housing units for a projected larger population.
He was sentenced to six and a half years but is getting out two years early.
But the news is not all bad, as a new economic report shows investors put $700 million into Berkeley’s biotech and clean-tech sectors.