Rich Avella went from trick-riding BMX bikes to co-founding one of the most successful specialty coffee chains in the East Bay.
[Sponsored] As it enters its fifth decade as a youth soccer club, the newly renamed Spurs FC retains its deep commitment to what gives it its core strength: its coaches, its players and its community.
Launched today, the Berkeleyside 2019 Summer Camp Guide, with its directory of paid-for listings, is your one-stop-shop to a great summer for your kids — and for you.
The facility has features designed for students with disabilities, non-gender-conforming students and others who want more privacy in the locker room.
People connected to the pool reported cases of hair loss and eye irritation this week. The school says chemical levels are back to normal.
The female winner of the Berkeley Half Marathon is from Berkeley while most of the other race winners Sunday were also local.
A new cost estimate presents a hurdle to a plan to build on the staff parking lot on Milvia Street.
A fast-pitch pick-up softball game that began at Cal and has survived 10 presidents and at least 10 locales, celebrated its 50th year Saturday.
The East Bay offers a wonderful choice of pools for swimming laps. Here's a roundup of a selection tried so far by a relative newcomer to Berkeley.
The new 2017 Berkeleyside Summer Camp Guide lets you browse a great selection of local camps that run the gamut from skateboarding to coding.
Berkeley resident Chris Corr-Barberis carried the torch at the opening ceremonies of the Northern California Special Olympics Softball Tournament on Saturday. The tournament, which brought together some 300 athletes from throughout the region, was held at Heather Farm Park in Walnut Creek.
By James Corr