A loss of funding has forced researchers to find new homes for the noisy and unusual animals.
The city hopes to learn from a study where it might make sense to expand the permit parking program.
Carpenter turned sculptor creates a whimsical world with baseball caps, rope and other washed-up junk.
The EPA settlement requires Berkeley, Oakland and EBMUD to make repairs in their sewage lines.
Three events will mark the anniversary of the Rim Fire, which destroyed the beloved facility.
Damage to site honoring late farmworkers’ leader may be part of battle over adjacent dog park.
Some residents like efficient new lighting, but critics complain the fixtures are too bright.
UC Berkeley is updating its irrigation system in an effort to save water.
It has tiny letters on tiny stationery sealed with wax inside a little tiny stamped envelope.
Sale comes after longtime owners declared bankruptcy. Company says it believes business will stay open.