Universal locker room opened at Berkeley

October 7, 2018 by  

A universal locker room recently opened at the University of California-Berkeley’s Recreational Sports Facility (RSF), the first such large-scale universal collegiate locker room in the state.

The $2.7m addition to [Read more]

Mayor commits Berkeley to greater climate goals than the state

September 20, 2018 by  

Mayor Jesse Arrequin has laid in a course for Berkeley reaching a zero carbon footprint, which is more ambitious than that agreed to for California by Governor Jerry Brown.

The new climate goal for [Read more]

Bay Area CoRoasters introduces Berkeley to new coffee room

August 1, 2018 by  

Helping to make new coffee brands available to Berkeley residents for the last two years, Bay Area CoRoasters (CoRo) is now introducing those same brands to the public via a retail café.

In Berkeley, CoRo has supplied the [Read more]

Microsoft announces purchase of Berkeley startup

July 4, 2018 by  

Personnel at the Berkeley-based Bonsai, a startup company specializing in machine learning, will likely need to consult a business card printing service, because their company has been acquired by Microsoft.

Bonsai is working on a [Read more]

Berkeley to give tips on raising chickens

June 4, 2018 by  

A workshop detailing how to humanely raise chickens in your backyard, while following the law and not upsetting your neighbors, is being held by Berkeley Animal Care Services (BACS).

The workshop will cover [Read more]

Berkeley workshop about sharing community with coyotes

May 1, 2018 by  

As coyotes continue to make their way into our neighborhoods, Berkeley Animal Care Services and Project Coyote have partnered to present ‘Living with Coyotes’ an educational workshop.

Thanks to their outstanding ability to [Read more]

All systems go for 2018 Berkeley Bay Festival

April 13, 2018 by  

A celebration of the environmental education and other activities that surround the Berkeley Waterfront will take place this weekend.

The City of Berkeley organizes the [Read more]

Berkeley YouthWorks job application deadline coming up fast

March 15, 2018 by  

There is still time for Berkeley residents ages 14 through 25 to apply for a paid summer job with YouthWorks, but it will need to be done within the [Read more]

City of Berkeley wishing to board cryptocurrency train

February 20, 2018 by  

The Business Insider has revealed that, according to a Berkeley city council member, the city is considering offering its own initial coin offering (ICO) in an effort to cut its dependency on federal funding.

The ICO, digital coins would be [Read more]

Berkeley given kudos for innovation in energy conservation

January 22, 2018 by  

Cities nationwide were recently evaluated for the Georgetown University Energy Prize based on their success in formulating innovative ways to cut back energy consumption, and Berkeley was among the [Read more]

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