A $1.1 trillion spending bill could help suspend the sale of historic post offices, like Berkeley’s.
Diminutive but not particularly shy, birds draw enthusiasts to city’s César Chávez Park.
Berkeley City Council approved a redistricting map that includes the first ever student majority council district.
Ordinance forbids smoking in multi-unit buildings. The law includes measures to get smokers on board.
Cal’s new chancellor talks about challenges facing UC’s elite campus, including soaring costs for students.
San Francisco’s rents are ‘toxic’ to early-stage startups. And besides, Berkeley’s kind of cool.
Berkeley resident and author Peggy Orenstein on the loss of the city’s Tuolumne Camp in the Rim Fire.
by Mary Flaherty, Berkeleyside Berkeley expects to get $12.7 million in grant funding for changes to BART Plaza, Shattuck Avenue and Hearst Street that should make life easier for people using the Downtown BART station and buses, biking to campus and even just driving through the center of town. On Thursday, May 23 the Alameda […]