As the district recuperates from millions of dollars in budget cuts, officials are pondering three different ballot measures that would support the schools.
More than 120 people volunteered time on Saturday to help build the tiny homes.
This week: a magnificent magical realist fable from the slums of Mexico City; plus, a heartfelt paean to psychedelic sage Ram Dass.
The longtime Berkeley resident and ping pong aficionado, who was nominated for a Nobel Prize for his research on magnetic imaging, died at 97.
The Ecology Center and Colorado-based company Vessel are partnering on a nine-month pilot program in an effort to help Berkeley reach its zero-waste goal.
The scope of renovations at the North Berkeley park depend on finding a developer who can work within the city's budget.
Starting this fall, some unhoused people in Berkeley could spend every day and night in one downtown Berkeley basement without missing a meal, a shower or a full night's sleep.
Berkeley’s city manager misled the City Council and public about the true nature of surveillance cameras installed at San Pablo Park.
For residents in the surrounding neighborhoods who have pushed for this change since 2017, the two-year campaign has been about more than a community pool. It’s been about equity.
The City Council is set to vote on terms for a two-week RV parking permit and to pursue a three-month "safe parking" site. Officials had previously proposed the marina for the location, but have recently reversed course.
Even though the City Council passed a resolution calling for the installation of traffic lights or a stop sign, city staff is recommending 'a halfway measure" which is less safe.
The Berkeley City Council approved an ordinance that will eliminate masculine and feminine pronouns from the city's municipal code, changing gender-specific language to gender-neutral language.