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County Relaxes Covid Restrictions Allowing Full Capacity Reopening for Most Businesses

June 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

Alameda County rescinded its local Shelter-in-Place order on Tuesday to fully align with California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework. This action eliminates physical distancing requirements, capacity limits on businesses and relaxes...

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Coronavirus Coverage

Alameda County rescinded its local Shelter-in-Place order on Tuesday to fully align with California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework. This action eliminates physical distancing requirements, capacity limits on businesses and relaxes mask mandates. This new order...

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Crime & Public Safety

Richmond police are investigating a shooting Wednesday that left a 37-year-old Emeryville man dead and more than 40 shell casings at the scene. Officers responded at about 12:25 p.m. Wednesday to an activation of its...

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Food & Drink

Some silver linings amidst the rash of business closures we’ve been covering. Two businesses have recently opened their doors, a longtime restaurant is integrating a “ghost kitchen” and a pair of Oakland coffee shops have...

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Local Businesses

Some North Oakland neighbors are organizing to push back on a project that has already been approved by The City of Oakland. They claim the permitting of the 35 stall “Ghost Kitchen” business CloudKitchens at...

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Real Estate

The local Real Estate Market remained hot in April likely due to undersupply and still historically low, albeit rising, interest rates. Condominium prices remain stable and are selling near all-time highs. Available single-family homes, which...

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Planning & Development

The BioMed Realty “Emeryville Center of Innovation” project received approval from the City to expand its flagship Emeryville Center of Innovation campus. Plans for the 12-acre campus include 910,000 square feet of new Class A...

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Arts & Culture

A new mural honoring the late comic Robin Williams was recently completed at the former Old Navy space at the Bay Street Shopping Center. The mural was created by artist @KeeneVision and was a partnership...

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Local Government

Emeryville City Councilmember Christian Patz surprised his fellow councilmembers at the May 4th meeting by announcing that he will be stepping down from his position. Patz provided that he would be moving from the area...

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Community Voices & Interviews

Emeryville City Council held interviews to fill two vacant Planning Commission seats at the March 16th meeting. Six candidates were vying for the open positions. On the surface, the process yielded two reasonably qualified candidates...

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History & Archive

Black History Month Special: Jess “Long Shot” Conley & Oakland Trotting Park

February 27, 2021 | 0 Comments

Oakland Trotting Park was the host to many noteworthy Black jockeys around the turn of the 20th century. One of them was Jess “Long Shot” Conley who earned his moniker...

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