Candidates each had one minute to answer questions on a range of topics, from housing and crime to homelessness and animal rights.
Candidates each had one minute to answer questions on a range of topics, from housing and crime to homelessness and their vision for Berkeley.
The reason African Americans and other minorities mostly live in South and West Berkeley can be traced back to government-supported racist housing practices.
Now that the Ninth Street shelter has closed, homeless people are alternating between two properties. Seniors at the North Berkeley Senior Center are adapting to the situation.
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Two council members and the mayor are asking the city to limit the amount and type of arrest information released to the public. First Amendment experts say it’s a slippery slope.
The pool was shut down last week after broken equipment fed too much chlorine into the water and caused bad physical reactions.
Peter Williams, the program director, is diversifying the type of music being performed beyond Americana. He has tapped into the Bay Area’s deep pool of Afro-Caribbean music.
Want to relax on a comfortable chair or couch and browse the internet? Need a laptop to use? A new space in the library’s Central Branch provides that, and more.
Ben Bartlett’s traffic stop in July, where he brought up the police contract and raise he supported, wasn’t his first encounter with police in the past year, new records show.