The agency will convert its two at-large seats to district elections, redrawing ward boundaries in time for the 2024 election.
Workers voted for a union at the Southside Berkeley, Temescal and Piedmont Avenue locations on Wednesday.
A mudslide last week in the Claremont Hills on the Berkeley-Oakland border is the second collapse in the area since 2006. Who’s responsible for shoring up the hill?
Election maps show hills residents, who tend to be more affluent and white, supported Loren Taylor, while Sheng Thao drew support from the more diverse and lower-income flatlands.
We spoke with a labor nurse, fire captain, restaurant owner and others to see how their feelings have evolved about the pandemic.
Case rates are “plateauing at a high rate,” fueled by the BA.5 variant.
Oakland and Berkeley residents with family in Ukraine fear for their loved ones’ safety.
Doctors say Bay Area cases are rising quickly due to the omicron and delta variants, but this time, residents have added protection from vaccines and boosters, masks and social distancing.
In “Still I Rise,” three women take a deep look at the root causes of child exploitation.
Noble bird or nuisance? Gerald the rose garden turkey inspired a debate among Oaklanders about the place of nature in our city.
A virtual celebration October 23 will feature guest speakers and a discussion about the ‘challenges of conservation, environmentalism, and racial justice.’
Grants of up to $33k and two new shared manufacturing kitchens will help, but equity advocates say there’s more to be done.
Citizen scientists are documenting the strange creatures living in the lake, and helping us understand how to rewild it.
Black and brown dispensary owners say they’re working together to pick up the pieces.