03/16/2021 5:49 pm (The Berkeley Post) - by Max Levine - In the Mayors virtual town hall meeting today, hosted by Jesse Arreguin, Mayor of Berkeley, the City announced that those 16-64 who are medically compromised, with underlying medical conditions, are now eligible to be vacinated.
02/19/2021 7:49am (The Berkeley Post) - by Max Levine - In one of the latest developments of new tech players landing in Berkeley, Taiwan based HTC Corp has recently purchased a 3 story building in a prime Berkeley neighborhood centralized to UC Berkeley and great restaurants. Co-founder, Cher Wang, actually has roots in Berkeley, having graduated UCB with a Master of Arts. It appears that some of all of their San Francisco operations may move out of SF.
01/08/2021 7:49am (The Berkeley Post) - by Max Levine - University Ave Exit has been an eyesore for many as they exit I80 to enter Berkeley. Trash from illegal contractor dumping, local inhabitants and the Freeway have marred the landscape.
01/05/2021 5:49pm (The Berkeley Post) - by Max Levine - Jesse Arreguin, Mayor of Berkeley, has launched one of the most thorough and transparent COVID-19 public update programs in the Bay Area.
12/31/2020 5:49pm (The Berkeley Post) - by Verenice Berroa -12 As of 12/31 the City of Berkeley has acquired 1000 doses with expectations of 100 more on Monday, according to Ben Bartlett, Berkeley Citycouncilman. “These are being used for Berkeley healthcare workers. Long term care facilities will be receiving through the CDC Pharmacy Partnership and CAL will receive (their vaccine from) CAL”, says Bartlett.
12/29/20 12:53pm (The Berkeley Post) - The following was released by The City of Berkeley: There will be no refuse, recycling, or compost collection on Christmas Day or New Year's Day
12/27/20 6:30am (The Berkeley Post) - by Verenice Berroa - Oakland, Ca - An Increase in ICU COVID cases causes Kaiser Permanente in Oakland to delay “elective and non-urgent surgeries and procedures” through Jan. 4th.
12/23/20 9:01pm - The Berkeley Post reached out to Dr. Lisa Warhuus, Director Health, Housing and Community Services, City of Berkeley who explained, “The CIty of Berkeley anticipates receipt of 700 doses of Moderna Vaccine toward the end of this week.”
12/23/20 2:07pm (The Berkeley Post) - Car explosion under freeway recorded by passerby and sent it to The Berkeley Post.
12/22/20 3:10pm (The Berkeley Post), BERKELEY, Ca - by Max Levine - Imagine getting out off the BART train at the Ashby stop, riding up the escalator and walking out in to a huge thriving park with shops, families picnicking and live music.
12/15/20 6:10am The Berkeley Post BERKELEY, Ca. - The CFO of Sports Basement, Tom Trauger and 4 other cyclists were hit and killed by a truck in Las Vegas. The group was on a 130 mile cycling loop when the accident occurred.
12/14/20 4pm am The Berkeley Post BERKELEY, Ca. - Around 3:30pm a water main broke at3000 Colby in Berkeley directly in front of UCSFs Emergency Room entrance.
12/12/20 7:32am The Berkeley Post BERKELEY, Ca. Chancellor Carol Christ says that the university lost $340 million since the start of the pandemic.
12/09/20 7:12am (The Berkeley Post) - BERKELEY, Ca..- A surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations is pushing six Bay Area Health Officers to quickly align.
UC Berkeley recipients of the Noble Prize will not be receiving the awards from the King as usual
12/09/20 6:22am (The Berkeley Post) - The King of Sweden, for the first time since WWII, will not be handing out medals or diplomas to this years winners of the Nobel Prize.
Berkeley home to Kamala Harris growing up plaque up for vote by City Council. Perhaps a statue?
12/08/20 11:39am (The Berkeley Post) - On 12/15/20 the City Council will vote on supporting the installation of a plaque
Berkeley elects sworn in.
12/03/20 11:39am (The Berkeley Post) - Jesse Arreguín, Ben Bartlett, Terry Taplin and Sophie Hahn sworn in.
(UPDATE) Berkeley’s Goldengate Fields sees COVID-19 cases skyrocket after death of famous trainer.
12/08/20 11:39am (The Berkeley Post) - The field is on lock down after 100 people who tested positive
Horse trainer at Golden Gate Fields, Bob Hess Sr., died from COVID-19
12/05/20 6pm (UPDATE) BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley post) – most revered and trusted horse trainers passes away from COVID-19 complications.
Berkeley streets rank almost the worst in Bay Area according to City Auditor
11/27/20 10:39pm (The Berkeley Post) - “Without significant additional funding, Berkeley streets will continue to deteriorate”
Community: UC Berkeley renaming Halls because of slavery connection.
11/17/2020 1:10pm BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley Post) - LeConte and Barrows halls will no longer have their names after next week. 13% of the staff and students did not support renaming or no-naming.
Berkeley News Community: Should we remove the statues in Berkeley off the I-80
11/19/2020 9:32 p.m. BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley post) -
6-Alarm fire in downtown Berkeley (UPDATE)
11/23/2020 9PM (The Berkeley Post) -The fire in downtown Berkeley continues to burn almost 72 hours in to it.
University Exit encampment cleaned by Untrash he world
11/25/2020 2:45pm BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley post) - Over 20 volunteers get together
Berkeley news: Google.org grants millions of dollars to local non-profits and those in need
11/17/2020 12:32am BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley Post) - Google.org is helping low-income people by investing in companies like Family Independence Initiative (FII).
Berkeley News: Car chase through Berkeley ends with arrest in Oakland
11/23/2020 12:32am BERKELEY, Calif. (The Berkeley Post) A high speed chase through Oakland in pursuit
Berkeley News: Ashby and San Pablo hit and run - 3 car accident. More police presence needed.
11/26/2020 9:10am (The Berkeley Post) - Every night there are cars speeding up and down Ashby Avenue.
Berkeley News Art: Eco-printing
Berkeley leaves turned in to botanical scarves by local artist
Weekly interview: From their perspective
Over the next 8 weeks The Berkeley Post will be releasing a series of interviews conducted across 8 encampments in Berkeley,
Community: How can I help?
5 things you and your kids can do to help the homeless
Family: 5 cool bike rides in Berkeley the whole family can do
Best easies bike rides the whole family can do
Adventure: Secret Stair cases in Berkeley
This is an ongoing series that will add in new secret staircase hikes weekly.
Google supports racial justice through non-profit
This is an ongoing series.