Caravans of cars carrying 30 to 40 people vandalized Farmacy Berkeley and other stores this weekend.
Patrons will be able to return checked-out books starting today.
Jay Kelekian is retiring in the middle of an investigation that appears to be examining alleged harassment of an employee.
The proposed changes to the rent control ordinance would take away an exemption first allowed 40 years ago.
Berkeleyside reporter Orenstein joining the Oakland newsroom brings the total number of staff there to seven.
Restaurants have been hard hit by COVID-19. Letting them set up tables outdoors would boost business while maintaining social distancing.
Retailers are allowed to deliver as long as they only deliver goods that were in their inventory at the start of the shutdown.
Some florists are reopening for curbside delivery Friday, just in time for Mother’s Day. Many think they have permission to do so.
The four-story apartment complex on Walnut Street sits on land that might become part of a new 850-bed student housing project known as the Gateway.
James “Jay” Kelekian, one of the city’s more highly paid employees, has been Executive Director of the Rent Stabilization Board for 18 years.
Small businesses got an average grant of $2,744, arts organizations $16,818. Restaurants and food service businesses made up the largest category of grantees.
Our series on corner stores in the age of COVID-19 turns to Star Grocery, a Claremont neighborhood market that has been feeding Berkeley for 98 years.
Jacob Simas, Ashley McBride and Ricky Rodas are hitting the ground running reporting on COVID-19 Oakland news ahead of the launch of our standalone Oakland newsroom.
Workers from Tartine said the Graduate Hotel had decided not to renew the bakery’s lease because of slow sales. Eighteen workers have now permanently lost their jobs.
The building would be part of a complex that could house as many as 1,200 students and 125 community members who need supportive housing. Cal is seeking public comment through April 27.
The person who had been living at the Pathways/STAIR Center has been moved to a hotel in Oakland to recover from the virus. Most of the other residents have moved to a nearby hotel.