Local restaurants where you can get food during the shelter-in-place order.
With customers scarce or non-existent, many businesses have laid off their entire staffs. Some are pivoting online to capture revenue. All are hoping for community support.
Berkeley schools are undergoing identity crises as they scramble to try to keep serving all their students.
The city is closing its basketball courts and tot lots and working to set up eight new trailers where homeless people who are infected with COVID-19 can get medical help without putting other campers in danger.
New rules for dog owners are now in effect to maintain safe social distancing.
More than just a restorative drink, tea is a reminder that peace and normalcy will return when we make it through dark, uncertain times.
Where can you donate N95 masks? Should you be wearing one yourself? Here are your top questions answered.
Hospitals have strict procedures on who should be tested.
Although some owners are hopeful that eased alcohol regulations will help their businesses stay afloat, so far sales remain slow.
Healthcare workers are concerned about a shortage of personal protective equipment, especially N95 masks.
The Berkeley Relief Fund will pool $3 million in city funds and funds raised from private and corporate donations to provide emergency grants to local businesses, nonprofits and tenants.
The patient is recovering in isolation, but his experience is another indication that the novel coronavirus is spreading throughout Berkeley.
There’s ample evidence that our community is pulling together, neighbors are checking on each other and ingenious ideas are popping up to prevent isolation. The worst of times is bringing out the best in people.