A man was found dead on a West Berkeley street Monday morning, but he has not been identified and little is known about the circumstances of his demise, authorities report.
After meeting at her father's Southwest Berkeley home, the group walked across the street to San Pablo Park to remember the 27-year-old who was on the way to work when she died.
Business and property owners, along with cycling advocates and other community members, had a chance to weigh in Wednesday about plans to build two large roundabouts on Gilman.
An AC Transit bus collided with a car on Ashby Avenue on Thursday morning, and the car driver was killed, authorities report.
Caltrans has just announced the closure of numerous eastbound Interstate 80 ramps between Ashby and University avenues from Thursday night through Saturday morning.
Police have warned motorists to consider avoiding Ashby Avenue due to a multi-car collision blocking both the on- and off-ramps to Interstate 80.
A man riding his bike in South Berkeley was in a collision with a vehicle Wednesday night, authorities report.
The Ashby Avenue offramp was temporarily closed Monday afternoon for a fire.
BioFuel Oasis on Ashby Avenue has launched a fundraising campaign to help it create an online store, get better signage, and buy a shipping container to use as storage on the site.
The California Highway Patrol reports that the Ashby Avenue on-ramp to eastbound Interstate 80 in Berkeley will be closed until about 4 p.m. after a traffic collision Wednesday morning.
Shotgun Players’ production of local playwright Christopher Chen’s stimulating, creative and complex work, Caught, confounded and ultimately conquered the Ashby Stage audience in its opening night performance. The mesmerizing Caught concerns truth and lies in their infinite varieties, and the place of truth in art, journalism and relationships. Since 2014, Caught has been produced in Philadelphia, Chicago, London, Seattle and New York to glowing reviews.
Early plans to build two large roundabouts at Interstate 80 and Gilman Street in Berkeley were on display for the public Wednesday night at the North Berkeley Senior Center.
The city must decide whether it can step in to save a cherished garden after it emerged the owner of one of the garden parcels has not paid property taxes for five years.