The case was first reported to employees in a text message alert on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The store remains open and the grocery chain says it is following health and safety guidelines.
From gooey mac and cheese to meaty dumplings and Middle Eastern fare, we’ve culled together a sampling of East Bay-made frozen foods that are ready to pop in the oven when you need a break.
Berkeley’s Chaparral House skilled nursing facility has had no COVID-19 infections or deaths to date, staff said Tuesday, despite being identified by the state as having had at least one coronavirus fatality there.
A state database reports COVID-19 deaths at two skilled nursing facilities in Berkeley, but one of them told Berkeleyside the information is wrong. Berkeleyside is seeking further information.
Patrons will be able to return checked-out books starting today.
Berkeley has pledged to complete COVID-19 testing for all residents and staff in the city’s skilled nursing and long-term care facilities by June 4.
A May 18 order from Berkeley’s health officer permitting a broad range of people to return to workplaces also allows them to use child care or summer camps, both of which are required to use disease prevention guidelines
The Berkeley School Board on Wednesday approved a general planning framework as the district gets ready for 2020-21.
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BUSD turned to issues specifically affecting black students and their families in a virtual town hall on Tuesday evening, hearing from over 100 community members.
Berkeley school news — in brief.
Sustained monetary support of black entrepreneurs is a meaningful way to help these local restaurants, cafés, catering companies and pop-ups.
Zero-waste supporters believe this time of tumultuous change can be an opportunity for growth.
Owners Preet Kaur and Gary Singh took over the North Berkeley market five years ago; with the help from the community, it’s become a reliable neighborhood go-to.
Joan Gallagher’s company Nourish You made hot lunches for students at three Berkeley schools, but since the pandemic, she’s found a new calling feeding low-income, senior and homeless communities.
News and notes from our Oakland newsletter.
Feeling “grounded” by the pandemic, Grammy-winning Oakland artist Fantastic Negrito talks about pushing the boundaries of blues on his upcoming album, “Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?”
Through creative solutions, EOC has more than doubled the number of meals it was distributing to East Oakland residents, now serving over 1,000 hot meals each week.
The city of Berkeley will help businesses and artists impacted by the coronavirus and is taking steps to help the homeless, seniors, and single parents, among others.
The outbreak of COVID-19 is now a global pandemic. People should take it seriously, yet also be wary of alarmist panic.
COVID-19 is also threatening a local economic crisis, which may affect the viability of Berkeley’s small businesses. Here are some steps we can take to help out.
The new “urgency ordinance” immediately expands Berkeley’s eviction moratorium, matching county rules.
The city of Berkeley is set to move dozens of unhoused people into 18 RVs and a rehabbed house as part of a new respite program approved by officials Tuesday night in response to the coronavirus pandemic.