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A 15-unit condominium and building rehab project on the site of a historic house at 1725 Elm St. won Planning Commission approval Wednesday over objections from a couple of dozen residents...Property owner Edward Biggs of Albany wants to move the
A woman was arrested Wednesday after she was caught opening and emptying a package that had been delivered to a nearby home minutes before, police said. A police sergeant was riding his motorcycle in the 900 block of Richmond Street Wednesday morning
The free, self-guided Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour features 35 locations in Alameda and Contra Costa counties selected as models of using indigenous vegetation. They range from large hill parcels to small lots in the flats, but all share the
City officials are seeking community input on a sweeping plan to guide development in its main transportation and shopping corridor over the next 25 years. The San Pablo Avenue Specific Plan could allow for more than double the current amount of
Long after Oakland and Berkeley were built up with Victorian and Edwardian homes and distinctive downtowns, El Cerrito remained rural, a place of farmhouses and wide open spaces. And there is a group of what the El Cerrito Historical Society calls "
Writer and researcher, Dr. Liane Holliday Willey's autobiography is, "Pretending To Be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome." Gerta Farber Berkeley Voters must choose wisely The corporate-owned and -operated media's talking heads are still at it:
An El Cerrito man who beat a nurse to death with a table lamp while an inmate in the Martinez Detention Facility in 2010 was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison...Kennedy imposed the sentence -- the maximum allowed under the terms of Aaron Nygaard'
Developers of a proposed condominium project that fell by the wayside during the housing meltdown in 2009 are going full steam ahead with plans now that real estate prices and rents are rising into the stratosphere. Los Angeles-based Spectra America
The city is in discussions about taking possession of a house and 1.5-acre tract of land that was included in a living trust by a former UC Berkeley drama professor who died at age 90 in 2003. The professor, Marvin Rosenberg, specified that his home
Students in teacher Michael Kuntz's seventh grade science class participated in the planting of eight native coast live oak trees in the park at the Arbor Week planting event on March 12. The oaks replaced non-native Monterey pines that were nearing