Berkeleyside covered Saturday’s protests right here beginning at about 11:30 a.m. Scroll through the live blog.
Many people say they’re interested in what happens at Berkeley City Council meetings, but don’t have time to go. So one man decided to try making the meetings more accessible.
The Berkeleyside team provided live rally coverage throughout the day Sunday, and much of it, including extensive photographs and video, appeared on Twitter.
Berkeleyside reporters and photographers were on scene at Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Way prior for a protest and appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos and supporters.
What were the biggest Berkeleyside public safety stories in 2018? Here’s a round-up of the most significant.
Perhaps not surprisingly, our housing and development coverage invariably prompts significant engagement from readers.
We ranked all the stories we published this year on a simple metric: how many page-views they got.
From longtime restaurants we thought would last forever to months-old businesses that we barely got to know, we still can hardly believe these spots closed.
Berkeleyside live-blogged and live-tweeted Sunday’s dynamic but largely peaceful demonstration activity in Berkeley.
Police in Berkeley are hoping to track down several people they said punched or kicked attendees at a political rally in August, or struck them with improvised weapons.
Measure P will replicate the successful soda tax to ensure funds are appropriately used. It places an additional surcharge on high real estate transactions to help those in need regain housing and rebuild their lives.