BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

tag

Berkeley Way

Page 1 of 3

Berkeley fire and police units responded to a fire in a residential apartment building on Berkeley Way, according to an alert from BPD at 5:09 p.m. Monday.
featured article
Berkeley fire and police units responded to a fire in a residential apartment building on Berkeley Way, according to an alert from BPD at 5:09 p.m. Monday.
featured article
Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
featured article
Demolition is currently underway for the University Garage, a landmarked garage and gas station, in order to accommodate more housing for UC Berkeley students.
featured article
In efforts to ensure safer pedestrian traffic, Berkeley City Council approved multiple pedestrian improvements near Downtown Berkeley and the UC Berkeley campus. 
featured article
In efforts to ensure safer pedestrian traffic, Berkeley City Council approved multiple pedestrian improvements near Downtown Berkeley and the UC Berkeley campus. 
featured article
Incumbent Jesse Arreguín is leading the race for Berkeley mayor with 64.92% of the vote, defeating candidates Wayne Hsiung, Aidan Hill and Naomi Pete as of press time.
featured article
Incumbent Jesse Arreguín is leading the race for Berkeley mayor with 64.92% of the vote, defeating candidates Wayne Hsiung, Aidan Hill and Naomi Pete as of press time.
featured article
On Wednesday, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma announced an additional $450 million in funding for the state’s No Place Like Home, or NPLH, program to address housing issues.
featured article
On Wednesday, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma announced an additional $450 million in funding for the state’s No Place Like Home, or NPLH, program to address housing issues.
featured article
Chants of "Black lives matter," booming music and the names of people who have died at the hands of police — all of these could be heard in the Berkeley streets this weekend as thousands of protesters reacted to the death of George Floyd.
featured article
Chants of "Black lives matter," booming music and the names of people who have died at the hands of police — all of these could be heard in the Berkeley streets this weekend as thousands of protesters reacted to the death of George Floyd.
featured article
Tuesday’s city council meeting saw an overflowing docket after reconvening from summer recess — ranging from bold drug policies to addressing homelessness.
featured article
Tuesday’s city council meeting saw an overflowing docket after reconvening from summer recess — ranging from bold drug policies to addressing homelessness.
featured article
A plan to turn two standing commercial buildings on Shattuck Avenue into a 156-unit apartment and commercial complex was officially approved Thursday, which marked the end of the city of Berkeley’s appeal period for the project.
featured article
A plan to turn two standing commercial buildings on Shattuck Avenue into a 156-unit apartment and commercial complex was officially approved Thursday, which marked the end of the city of Berkeley’s appeal period for the project.
featured article
featured article
featured article
After the stabbing of a man Wednesday evening, Berkeley Police Department responded to a second stabbing on Shattuck Avenue on Thursday, according to BPD spokesperson Officer Byron White.
featured article
After the stabbing of a man Wednesday evening, Berkeley Police Department responded to a second stabbing on Shattuck Avenue on Thursday, according to BPD spokesperson Officer Byron White.
featured article