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This E’ville Eye guest piece is written by five year Planning Commissioner Steven Keller. Keller is a resident of Pacific Park Plaza and has lived in Emeryville since 2002. Keller recently updated a letter he...

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Following a multi-month search, and after a diligent review of 19 highly qualified candidates, the Emery Unified School District Board of Trustees has unanimously selected Dr. Quiauna Scott as their lone finalist for the EUSD...

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John Muir Health and UCSF Health announced that they will be opening their first joint medical center for primary care and specialty care in our region. ‘Berkeley Outpatient Center’ is expected to open in June...

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Owen Dockham is the founder of Live Oak Strength & Nutrition — a private, appointment-based, high-intensity training facility in Emeryville that promises clients better health and fitness in less than 30 minutes per week. Dockham...

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Representatives from the Cities of Emeryville and Oakland joined EAH Housing, colleagues from Alameda County and guests for the groundbreaking of a new affordable Apartment community today. The $64M project was designed by international award-winning...

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Emeryville Celebration of the Arts, Inc., announces that the 31st Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition will be on display at the EmeryTech Building, located at 1475 66th Street in Emeryville. The annual juried show, featuring works...

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Jake Freed and Hiroko Nakamura, the husband and wife team behind the successful fast-casual ramen house, Shiba Ramen, are pleased to share that The Periodic Table, the highly anticipated new taproom and sake bar in...

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Manou Design Group, a residential design firm based in Oakland, announced the grand opening of Atomic City, the first net-zero, new home community in Oakland. Located in the vibrant pocket between North Oakland, Berkeley and...

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Clif Bar & Company’s Kali’s Kitchen, an employee-run sustainable café at Clif’s Emeryville headquarters, is the first to receive Gold certification in sustainability and nutrition from the United States Healthful Food Council’s (USHFC) non-profit organization...

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NEWS RELEASE: Officials from the MTC, Ford Motor Company and Motivate today announced that the San Francisco Bay Area’s eagerly anticipated regional bike share network will launch at the end of June. The new Ford...

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Participating in our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series is Emery Unified School District Superintendent Dr. John Rubio. Dr. Rubio was brought on board in May 2014 during a tumultuous time for the district to help “steady the...

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices within our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinion & conversation. This contribution is by Emeryville Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) member Krisna...

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Former SF Chronicle columnist Chip Johnson once famously referred to Emeryville as “the Little City that could” in this 1999 piece, acknowledging the business boom at the time that included the East Bay Bridge Mall and IKEA....

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices within our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinion & conversation. This contribution is by Emeryville Commission on Aging member Winifred Arbeiter. Arbeiter is...

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EMERYVILLE POLICE DEPT. PRESS RELEASE – Richard Miner a 73-old resident of North Oakland was the victim of a violent carjacking at Pak N Save at approx. 10:00am on July 4th The assailant, threatened the victim...

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The proposed Sherwin-Williams development will be the biggest residential project within Emeryville for the foreseeable future. It will have enormous impacts on not only the Park Avenue District neighborhood, but the entire region. Neighbors have expressed concerns ranging...

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PRESS RELEASE: Last Saturday, March 12th, the School Board of the Emery Unified School District held a special meeting of the District Board of Trustees at the new Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL). This...

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Emeryville resident and graphic designer Leila Singleton has teamed up with ONE Condoms in an online donation effort where enough online votes could mean up to ten thousand free condoms for the San Francisco AIDS...

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices within our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinion & conversation. Participating in the series is newly appointed Emeryville Mayor Dianne...

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Lockheed Martin and EUSD are co-sponsoring two after school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) classes specifically designed for girls starting on September 14th during fall 2015. 36 girls from Kindergarten – 5th grades at...

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices about our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinions, conversation and storytelling. Joining our guest blogger series is 19-year old,...

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As Emeryville residents look for ways to cut back on water usage during our State’s historic drought, one Emeryville mall seems to have been ignoring calls to conserve water. The Bay Street Shopping Center was observed power...

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Finding an Emeryville low-wage worker who also happens to live in Emeryville was no easy task. Unless you won the affordable housing lottery or are great friends with your landlord (or still living with your parents),...

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The City of Emeryville’s Council-initiated, $14.42 minimum wage ordinance would be the highest in the nation and a 60% overnight hike for most businesses. The E’ville Eye wanted to provide a forum for small business owners and...

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