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The Emeryville PD Crime Report for April includes 164 total crimes (down from 182 in March). Nearly half of all crimes in the city were Petty Thefts and over 3/4 of these occurred in the combined shopping areas of Bay Street, The Powell St. Plaza...

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The Bay Area News Group is reporting the tragic death of KGB Kiteboarding proprietor Royce V. Vaughn who was deliberately struck and killed by a vehicle in West Oakland. Vaughn operated KGB out of the Emeryville Marina and was...

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PRESS RELEASE: Thousands are expected to take to the streets of North Oakland and Southwest Berkeley this Saturday, May 30, from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for car-free fun at the 2nd Annual Love Our...

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E’ville is no stranger to fame and we provided a fairly comprehensive list back in August. One we failed to mention that has come into the spotlight recently because of the success of the team he...

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Love our Neighborhood Day returns this Saturday May 30th after a successful 2014 event that saw as many as 3,000 people attend the inaugural Open Streets event in North Oakland/Emeryville. A one-mile stretch of California State...

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The revised first reading of the contentious Minimum Wage ordinance that would give Emeryville the highest minimum wage in the nation was unanimously approved to move forward last Tuesday. Absent this meeting was the support of labor groups...

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Emeryville Poet Laureate Sarah Kobrinsky’s exodus from E’ville made headlines recently mostly because it came at the hands of a Planning Commissioner. Kobrinsky gives SF Chronicle reporter Ryan Kost a tour of our city (that she refers to...

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If you happen to be driving or biking down Horton and spot a herd of goats in Emeryville of all places, you’re not seeing things. The goats have been employed to remove the vegetation while the remediated...

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Former Nopalito chef Jose Ramos kicked off an Indiegogo fundraising campaign this month to raise money for a new Emeryville based taco cart and catering service dubbed “Leon”. The Campaign is seeking $9,000 in contributions to pay...

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Mayor Ruth Atkin stated her desire for Emeryville to “make history” while in attendance with three other Councilmembers at a recent Berkeley “Fight for $15″ rally. It looks like council is posed to do this...

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RULE founding member Brian Donahue, brother of Councilmember Scott Donahue and The Emeryville Tattler opinion blog writer apparently took exception to small businesses requesting a non-partisan Minimum Wage Impact Study through an online petition. The riled Donahue...

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Bay Area News reporter Doug Oakley is reporting that The Emery USD is again having financial difficulty and will have to more than likely cut staff to balance its books. State funding is of course...

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Oakland Police officers dubbed the gritty but rapidly changing area of West Oakland “Dogtown” apparently because of a large population of stray dogs in the early 80’s. Dogtown Athletic honors this nickname today with a new 8000 sq. ft. gym on the...

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Back in 2011, then Public Market leasing company Main Street Property Services teased of being in talks with food-truck vendors who might want to transition to brick & mortar establishments. Four years later after being sold to...

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At the Tuesday April 7th Minimum Wage Study Session, a coalition of Emeryville Small Businesses and Residents pleaded with Council to factor them into the conversation of how best to implement a sensible compromise that would...

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The Emeryville Crime Report for March includes 86 reported cases of petty theft with 70% of them occurring in the East Bay Bridge shopping area (Target/Home Depot). 90% of all Petty Thefts occurred in the combined Districts...

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City Attorney Michael Biddle quietly announced his decision to Council in closed session that he would not be seeking re-appointment when his contract expires on June 30th. Biddle joins City Manager Sabrina Landreth, Police Chief Ken James & Chamber of...

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On February 26th, we announced that the California Department of Finance filed an appeal with the State Supreme Court regarding the recently upheld appeals court decision siding with The City of Emeryville. Today it was...

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A reported Berkeley armed robbery near the UC campus ended up with two suspects in custody after a vehicle pursuit and subsequent foot-chase in Emeryville. The video footage by the KTVU weather-cam captured the harrowing dash across...

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The month of April will be declared National Poetry Month in Emeryville at tonight’s April 21st City Council meeting. Emeryville’s Poet Laureate Sarah Kobrinsky will kick things off with a special reading inside chambers. Ironically, Kobrinsky will be commuting...

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Development in the long vacant “Site A” that has mostly served as a seasonal pumpkin & Christmas tree lot since the popular Flower Outlet was demolished, is finally underway. In its place will be a 175-room Hyatt...

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Oakland Police are seeking tips in the tragic shooting of 26-year-old Emilio Nevarez on April 4th. A bass player and vocalist for the punk rock band The Lucky Eejits, Nevarez was packing up his equipment in front of the...

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In honor of the forthcoming 2015 Earth Day celebration and shoreline cleanup event, we thought it a good time to spotlight a few good things happening in the community that will hopefully make a dent...

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The successful defense of Net Neutrality by a 3-2 vote back in February ensured that ISP’s could not block, throttle or utilize paid prioritization of content. A battle that saw a collection of small internet activists (and...

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