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New Emeryville Police Chief Jennifer Tejada will leave her Sausalito post on August 31st and begin her assignment in Emeryville on September 15th, taking the reigns from interim chief Dave Hall. Tejada called the decision motivated...

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20-year-old Emeryville resident and Ex’pression student Trevor Holminski, who was mysteriously killed last weekend in Plumas County, was remembered by his parents in a Contra Costa Times article posted this week. Allyson Holminski described Trevor as a kind...

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Change is coming to West Oakland. Not everybody is thrilled about it, but if the results of our WOSP poll a year ago were any indication, most West Oaklanders are ready for some sort of...

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A bizarre and tragic news story being reported has an Emeryville resident dead at the age of 20. The burned body of Ex’pression college music student Trevor Holminski was found by firefighters responding to a report of...

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Emeryville City Manager Carolyn Lehr announced today that the city has picked current Sausalito Chief Jennifer Tejada to be Emeryville’s next Chief pending formal acceptance and standard procedures. Tejada will replace interim Chief Dave Hall...

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Emeryville and North Oakland residents were disrupted this afternoon by the sound of circling helicopters once again. A shooting of a tourist near Lombard in SF led to a chase across the Bay Bridge through Emeryville...

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The Emeryville Police Crime Report for July includes 189 total crimes (down from 203 in June). Aggravated & Simple Assaults saw the largest increase with 24 reported incidents (more than double the 11 reported in June and a 71% increase to the...

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Scarlet City Espresso, Commonwealth Micropub and Basic Cafe have all opened up along Adeline Street in the last year. The latest addition to Adeline’s evolving “Restaurant Row” will be by SF’s Unicorn proprietor Kiet Truong. Truong...

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Emeryville residents and fans of the beloved Italian restaurant Bucci’s on Hollis are reeling after the announcement that the owners have decided to call it quits after 28 years. Amelia Bucci was a fixture of the establishment...

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If it felt like this morning’s 6:49 a.m. Earthquake was right underneath you … it was (nearly)! The USGS is reporting that the 4.0 magnitude quake was along the Hayward fault with an epicenter just two miles...

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In a good news/bad news kind of week, Emeryville made the national news for two decidedly different reasons. Mayor Ruth Atkin noted after the unanimous passing of the contentious Emeryville Minimum Wage Ordinance that she...

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If I was indeed ever able to turn The E’ville Eye into a full-time profession, I’d make a conscious effort to write more about our history. Emeryville is so rich in history, yet so little of it...

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Aggregated from around the web, a few local businesses making the news. Our first is Imperfect Produce, a local food delivery service who want to make a dent in the estimated 6 billion pounds of...

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Nearly four years ago when The E’ville Eye was in its infancy, we spotlighted the injustice of the demolition of “The Spot” DIY skatepark built by passionate local skateboarders under the MacArthur Maze. Shortly after its...

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Emeryville is an interesting town. We’ve talked about our statistically high level of crime (much fueled by our heavy retail presence) but how there is a relatively low-level of violent crime. We all know this...

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You’ve probably passed their previous showroom on Hollis Street next to Rotten City Pizza hundreds of times and wondered what Teak Me Home is. Perhaps you’ve even peeked into their showroom or punched up their website. As you probably...

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The Emeryville Police Crime Report for June includes 189 total crimes (down from 203 in May). The normally tranquil neighborhood of Park Avenue experienced a series of commercial burglaries with Plum Organics in particular being hit three times. Plum was also...

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A sad day for Emeryville as we lost 33-year old resident Daniel Mark Neil II to a horrific motorcycle accident. The crash occurred Thursday at 12:15 p.m. just east of Big Rock in San Rafael...

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Despite a housing crisis fueled by low inventory, a unanimous planning commission approval, hundreds of man-hours by staff and their subsequent recommendation for approval, concessions of public benefit including inclusion of affordable units, public art and...

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Amid rising labor, health care, rents, food costs, and throw in drought and fuel related surcharges, it’s a wonder why anyone would want to open a restaurant in this business climate. I can’t imagine living in a...

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For the second time in a month, gunshots were reported in broad daylight in the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center area along 40th Street [Correction]. On June 18th, a gun-battle between two vehicles took place...

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SF Chronicle freelance food writer Ethan Fletcher dedicates his latest column to our little 1.2 square mile wedge of the East Bay. Fletcher spotlights notable favorites that include Rotten City Pizza, Scarlet City Espresso, Commonwealth Micropub &...

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One of these days when the new development at 3900 Adeline is complete, people will talk about the legend of Acucare Oriental Spa. Even after the well-publicized raid in 2005, Acucare existed for nearly a...

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The future of the Emery Go-Round is mired in uncertainty as the current funding framework called a PBID (Property & Business Improvement District) is set to expire next year. The City has drafted a new PBID that...

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