Residents have long been concerned about odors and other pollutants emanating from Pacific Steel Casting on Second Street, lodging hundreds of complaints with local and regional bodies.
The bureau of Alcohol and Beverage Control released figures for the first two weekends of the school year indicating alcohol-related incidents spiked 110% this year.
As Cal students return to campus, we visit the avenue which has visibly changed in the past year. Local merchants, and the TBID that represents them, say more positive transformations are on the way.
The litigation comes as the Berkeley Property Owners Association is pushing for its own competing tax initiative, Measure DD.
For the first time since 1968, UC Berkeley has banned dog owners from walking their dogs without a leash on the Cal campus
After 41 years and a stellar career, Capt. Cynthia F. Harris retires from Berkeley Police Department
To hear other Berkeley cops tell it, Harris was a strong leader, fair, and she treated those she worked with like family.
Four former Haas students have created a company in the education field that is thriving in downtown Berkeley.
“We were devastated when we found out. It was a big loss and we moved very quickly ... to address the procedures in place so that it wouldn’t happen again,” said Lawrence Hall Deputy Director Susan Gregory.