Residents found the bullet on the ground after it pierced their front door and struck their child’s toy.
BUSD is continually updating its plans, but the five new schedules offer a broad view of the upcoming school year.
More businesses will now be able to set on sidewalks and in parking lots after the City Council expanded a law.
Along with nail technicians and massage therapists, hair stylists are among the last group excluded from re-opening during the pandemic.
If adopted, a new proposal would make it harder to order curfews in relation to protests, as was done in May.
The university is still working on hybrid learning models if health conditions improve, but it will begin fall semester remotely.
Both Alameda County and Berkeley were able to secure a state variance today that allows them to make some of their own rules around reopening.
BUSD is pivoting on plans for a hybrid back-to-school model as local COVID-19 conditions worsen, with all students distance learning when school begins in August.
UberEats, Postmates, DoorDash, Caviar and Grubhub can only charge restaurants up to 15% in service fees under a new temporary ordinance.
Berkeley school news — in brief.
BUSD will pair in-person classes with distance learning for K-12 students beginning in August — if, and only if, county and local shelter-in-place guidelines move to the next phase of reopening.
The owner is troubled by the rise of alcohol sales during the pandemic, and hopes to offer healthy, local foods instead.
Several roads and parking lots commonly used as viewpoints will be closed this year, UC Police reported.
Loud pops, cracks and fireworks in recent weeks have prompted hundreds of posts on social media, passionate threads on neighborhood forums and, perhaps inevitably, conspiracy theories.
A march organized by Berkeley High students began at Ashby BART and ended at Codornices Park.
Appel is stepping down, partly, she says, to focus on healing after a car crash in January 2019 that left her and her wife in critical condition.