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Emeryville Tax Business Charged by Feds for Tax Fraud

December 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

The owner of Emeryville Tax Services, a tax return preparation business on San Pablo Avenue, has been charged with aiding and assisting in the preparation of fraudulent tax returns. The...

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Crime & Public Safety

A jury has convicted two men in the death of a man employed by a local Emeryville Technology company according to a press release by the Alameda County District Attorney’s office. 34-year-old Shuo Zeng worked...

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Crime Reports in Emeryville Gradually Ticking Up

September 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Food & Drink

Our typically every-other-month Openings & Closings reports have increased in frequency recently. In the span of two months, Emeryville has lost Roba’s, Moomie’s, Hip-Hop Juice Box and now Emery Bay Café which has been a...

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Local Businesses

Our typically every-other-month Openings & Closings reports have increased in frequency recently. In the span of two months, Emeryville has lost Roba’s, Moomie’s, Hip-Hop Juice Box and now Emery Bay Café which has been a...

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Real Estate

Emeryville property sales were up, prices were high and and inventory remained low in this month’s Real Estate & Rental Report. New Legislature Hopes to Shift Housing Landscape in California Following his failed recall attempt,...

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Planning & Development

Rick Holliday’s The Intersection housing project received its occupancy permit by the City at the end of September. The project, whose planning goes back to 2013, endured as many obstacles as a construction project could including...

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Arts & Culture

After being an exclusively virtual event in 2020, the Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition is slated to return in-person on October 1. In addition, the rotating event will return to Bay Street for the first time...

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Local Government

Emeryville will likely elect its first Black female in 34 years after all mail-in ballots have been counted and the election has been certified. Christie Core resident Courtney Welch maintains a 124 vote advantage over...

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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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