Safety Improvements On Telegraph Ave. Could Squeeze Oakland's First FridaysWork now underway on Telegraph Avenue in Oakland that was intended to improve safety may not be doing that and it may threaten the popular First Fridays events, local business district leaders say.
Berkeley Eyes Banning Cars On Stretch Of Telegraph AvenueA stretch of Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley could be the next major Bay Area thoroughfare to ban cars.
Start-Up Uses Robots To Deliver Food To Hungry UC Berkeley StudentsThey say the wheels of progress turn slowly. But a few blocks from the UC Berkeley campus, those wheels are currently bringing food to hungry students.
Best Vintage Clothing Stores In The East BayA profile of five of the best and most popular vintage clothing stores in the East Bay.
Oakland Mayor Schaaf Would Consider First Fridays' Request For Financial HelpOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf says the city would be willing to entertain First Fridays street arts festival's requests for financial help, but the city is dealing with its own money problems.
Businesses In Oakland’s Temescal Neighborhood Cleaning Up After Another Night Of Ferguson ProtestsBusinesses on Telegraph Avenue were hit hardest following a second night of protests in Oakland over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.
Fire Closes CommonWealth Cafe On Oakland's Telegraph AvenueA single-alarm fire in the space between floors in a building on Telegraph Avenue shut down a cafe and displaced more than a dozen residents Sunday afternoon.
Man Charged In 1993 Murder Of Oakland Sizzler ManagerCharles Luckett, who works as a painter, pleaded not guilty on Monday to a murder charge stemming from the slaying of Anthoney Vaughn at the Sizzler at 2710 Telegraph Ave. at about 10:45 p.m. on July 16, 1993.
Berkeley Council Approves Public Vote On Sit-Lie Ban After a lengthy debate, the Berkeley City Council voted 6-3 early Wednesday morning in favor of putting a measure on the November ballot that would prohibit sitting on sidewalks near businesses during daytime hours.
Berkeley Council Considers Putting Sidewalk Sitting Ban On BallotCity leaders in Berkeley are considering Tuesday night whether to put a measure before voters this November that bans sitting on public sidewalks, a plan backed by the city’s mayor.
Berkeley Mayor Wants To Ban Sitting On SidewalksBerkeley voters may be asked this November to consider a measure that would ban sitting on the city's commercial sidewalks.
Berkeley Merchants Rebound From Fire For Holiday Street FairA month after a five-alarm fire destroyed an historic building on Telegraph Avenue, the major Berkeley thoroughfare is open for business again.
Demolition Begins On Fire Damaged Berkeley Building Demolition work began Monday on the top two floors of a four-story apartment building near the University of California at Berkeley that was badly damaged in a five-alarm fire earlier this month.