The city of Berkeley is soliciting ideas on how to make Hopkins Street available to all, but the process has not been smooth.
The public has until April 9 to give feedback on giving two playgrounds a facelift and installing native gardens.
Work at the site included a seismic retrofit and maintenance upgrades, as well as other improvements, and was funded by the Measure T1 bond.
Officer Cheri Miller committed no crime but she did violate city policy, according to the police investigation, and ultimately lost her job.
Police are investigating an attempted carjacking outside Monterey Market, gunfire on Sacramento Street, and the violent attempted robbery of a dog during a walk on Channing Way.
These Berkeleyans are crafting beautiful messages outside their homes — sharing information and offering hope.
Berkeley in 1916 was the first city to enact single-family zoning, which had the effect of pushing nonwhite people to more impoverished neighborhoods in the south and west.
Sonny Han, owner of Payn’s Stationery on Solano Avenue, talks about survival and his fortuitous decision to install mailboxes before the pandemic lockdown.
The city is collecting community input on affordable housing, land use, building form and public space as part of the public process around plans to build housing at BART.
The developer will build 10 townhouses at 1915 Berryman St. after it was determined it didn’t warrant landmark status.
Alcoholic Beverage Control suspended the Safeway store’s license after it sold alcohol to minors three times within two weeks.
The fire is at a residential address in the 500 block of The Alameda, according to fire dispatch scanner.