A magnitude 3.5 earthquake slightly shook the East Bay Sunday night, causing little or no damage, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Stephanie Baer is the city news editor.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s second campus may not find its home in Albany after a recent City Council meeting where community members raised concerns about the lack of information surrounding the project.
In response to an upcoming controversial bake sale on campus, a list of seven tentative demands by a coalition of UC Berkeley students of the campus administration were posted online — but leaders of that coalition said the demands are not finalized and their release was premature.
The Public Policy Institute of California recently released the results of its 48th Californians and Their Government survey assessing public opinion on the economy, elected officials, policy and other social, economic and political factors. Of the results, Californians — regardless of party, regional differences or other influencing characteristics — overwhelmingly Read More…
By installing new equipment in its computer lab, Berkeley High School has changed the way its students get connected. After more than seven years of working with outdated equipment, the high school’s computer lab — located inside the library — completed the installation of 32 new Mac computers. The new Read More…
The window on David Crane’s confirmation to the UC Board of Regents is closing, with the California State Senate entering interim study recess earlier this month without taking any action on the appointment.
Andronico’s Community Markets and A.G. Ferrari Foods, two grocery chains with locations in Berkeley, are lined up to be bought by a private investment firm after declaring bankruptcy and closing several branches this year.
Last night the ASUC passed a controversial bill recognizing, mourning and commemorating the “direct and indirect victims of 9/11.”
Berkeley coffee and tea enthusiasts will have the opportunity to celebrate their love for caffeine at the city’s first annual Coffee and Tea Festival this weekend.
The following is sample of crime in the city of Berkeley this week, provided by the Berkeley Police Department. Stephanie Baer is the city news editor.