Officials said more information will be available by Wednesday.
What happens when you combine a viral pandemic, an empty laboratory and a bunch of biologists who’ve been forced to put their regular work on pause?
BUSD released its highly anticipated “distance learning plan” Wednesday.
Berkeley schools are undergoing identity crises as they scramble to try to keep serving all their students.
The patient is recovering in isolation, but his experience is another indication that the novel coronavirus is spreading throughout Berkeley.
BUSD meals are available to anyone 18 or younger. Other groups are working to feed adults.
Parks were temporarily closed Tuesday but will reopen within the next day or two, said EBRPD.
The graduate students are forming a “digital picket,” refusing to teach online classes or provide grades.
The region-wide rules go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and ban non-essential movement and business.
COVID-19 has shut down Berkeley’s public schools. Here’s why.
Stacey Wyatt’s resignation after two years comes at a pivotal moment for the school.
Berkeley High will close Friday over concerns of coronavirus spread, and all other schools will follow suit Monday.
Update: Berkeley Unified announced Thursday night that the district will close all schools, starting with Berkeley High on Friday and all campuses Monday.
The Berkeley City Council unanimously approved the “fair chance” legislation Tuesday, after hearing emotional testimony.
There are now two COVID-19 cases in Berkeley. The health risk to residents is considered low.
The Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act has not even reached the City Council, but it’s already generating plenty of controversy, and support.