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November Emeryville Crime Report: Carjacking at The Towers Office Complex

January 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

The November, 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw a return to “normalcy” after an uncharacteristic surge in October (down from the 311 reported in last month). Much of this increase stemmed...

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Crime & Public Safety

The November, 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw a return to “normalcy” after an uncharacteristic surge in October (down from the 311 reported in last month). Much of this increase stemmed from a 39% M-T-M auto...

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Food & Drink

The Public Market recently unveiled its latest food offering in partnership with the La Cocina incubator program. Mama Lamees “Feast From the Middle East” soft-opened on September 10 after announcing their intent to open last...

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Local Businesses

2019 ended on a down note for Emeryville diners as two more establishments called it quits prior to ringing in the new year. While fewer residents will mourn the loss of one of Emeryville’s five...

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Real Estate

The Real Estate & Rental Report for Dec. 2019 saw a decline in sales inventory and an increase in median prices while rents finished down 4% for the year. Median Rents Up Slightly to End...

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Planning & Development

Emeryville’s latest Major Project Update revealed a whopping 2,307 housing units in the pipeline in various states of planning and approval. All are slated to be rental units. 1,930 of these units are slated to...

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Arts & Culture

Emeryville City Councilmember Scott Donahue is taking legal steps against the City of Berkeley to delay the planned removal of his “Berkeley Big People” sculptures. The pair of sculptures are installed on the pedestrian bridge...

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Local Government

The City of Emeryville held three council meeting during the month of May. Among the highlights that emerged from these meetings were discussions of the 2019/20 Budget, our Capital Improvement Program and a Minimum Wage...

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Community Voices & Interviews

It was just another day of commuting home after his job as a building engineer at Pixar this past Aug. 21 — except that it wasn’t. Shortly after leaving work, James Andereggen was struck by...

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History & Archive

Nobel Prize Winning Emeryville Scientist Kary Mullis Passes at 74

August 11, 2019 | 3 Comments

Kary Mullis, a chemist whose work with a pioneering Emeryville Biotech company awarded him a Nobel Prize, passed away last Wednesday at the age of 74. Mullis is credited with...

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