An Oakland Eichler sells for list price; controversial lot sees price drop; plus at least one Berkeley resident is drinking water collected from the air.
Ian Wood was happy to return to Berkeley after a 20-year absence. He demonstrates his love for the city's beauty and weirdness with a visual chronicle of its garages
It was a turbulent year as Berkeley became the epicenter for a series of extremist protests and 'free speech' debacles. Berkeleyside was on the ground for all that and more.
The drill, which will start at 2:30 p.m., was prompted by recent wildfires, including in the North Bay, and may affect traffic locally.
The veteran Republican strategist Rick Wilson has an insider's view of Washington and nothing good to say about #45, which has prompted death threats to him and his family.
In real estate: Prices across the Bay Area are up while homes sales are down; hipsters AWOL in East Bay; plus: three houses for sale under 1,000 square feet.
A group of women who have kept alive a 100-year old Berkeley community organization this week marked its centennial with a gala in the neighborhood where they all live.
In real estate: Did a listing improperly evoke the name of Julia Morgan to sell a house?; controversial Berkeley housing case makes national headlines; dense housing can get built.
The victim reported he was attacked from behind by a male suspect with a cane at Ellsworth and Durant.
Jose Paz-Leja, 26, of Berkeley, a known member of the West Side Berkeley Norteño gang, was charged Tuesday with three felonies and an enhancement, says BPD.
The female winner of the Berkeley Half Marathon is from Berkeley while most of the other race winners Sunday were also local.