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The Emeryville Crime Report for June includes 168 total crimes (down from 194 in May or -13%). As typical, Auto Burglaries and Petty Thefts encompassed a bulk of all crimes committed in our city (in fact 67.8%). The EPD is also providing...

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A former Emeryville Police Officer convicted of rape in 1989 is set for a Parole hearing after spending the past 27 years in prison. According to the East Bay Times story, Ron Roy Choss was convicted of...

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Today officially marks the first day Emeryville residents can submit paperwork with the City to declare candidacy for one of the three vacating Council seats. 88-year-old Councilmember Nora Davis stated long ago that this would be her final...

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Oakland PD’s ShotSpotter system, that triangulates the location of gunfire, alerted authorities to a man who was shot on the corner of San Pablo Avenue and 35th street about 4:30 a.m. this morning. The location...

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In the wake of the 6-Alarm fire that leveled a 6 story in-development Emeryville apartment complex, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) was called upon to help investigate the cause of the blaze....

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612ONE Restaurant taking over former Bucci’s space Beloved Emeryville institution Bucci’s announced their decision to retire last August and since then the spot had sat vacant. Berkeleyside NOSH columnist Kate Williams recently uncovered in their bites roundup that an...

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Emeryville neighbors were startled by a distinct explosion right before 1 p.m. this afternoon followed by a large plume of black smoke that quickly engulfed the city. A diesel traveling on the Northbound 880 to Eastbound I-80...

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The site of a 6-alarm blaze on Wednesday was still smoldering when SF Business Times reporter Blanca Torres had already reached out to developer Rick Holliday on the future of the development. “I’m putting all of my...

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Under construction The Intersection project by notable Emeryville developer Rick Holliday was ravaged by a morning 6 alarm fire that began about 2:45 a.m. Fire crews from Alameda County, Oakland, Hayward, Fremont, Albany & Livermore/Pleasanton were dispatched...

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More than 70 news organizations united last week to spotlight our growing homeless epidemic that is impacting not only San Francisco, but the entire Bay Area. Large Media organizations like The Chronicle, KQED News, online publishing platform...

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As Emeryville approaches the one year anniversary of its implementation of its highest in the nation Minimum Wage Ordinance (MWO), another national publication has turned a curious eye towards our city. International news source The Economist joins...

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Emeryville’s Pixar may have regained its mojo after a two film “losing streak” as Finding Dory maintained the top box office spot for the second consecutive week. Pixar’s streak of fourteen consecutive films to debut number one in...

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The Emeryville Crime Report for May includes 194 total crimes (up from 185 in April). Emeryville experienced its second reported incident of rape in as many months as well as its second carjacking of the year. No specific address was...

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A shooting occurred approximately 5:05 p.m. at the Oaks Walk apartments behind 7-Eleven on San Pablo and 40th today. Shell casing markers could be seen near the disabled parking spot in front of the housing complex. #BREAKING:...

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YUZU Ramen & Broffee has announced it will be opening at the former Bacano Bakery spot on 1298 65th Street. Riding a recent food trend, Yuzu will join the Public Market’s Shiba Ramen as new Ramen...

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An estimated 125 Emeryville residents and neighbors turned out on Sunday to watch a documentary that directly intersected their own lives. The documentary featured familiar locations in West Oakland and Emeryville including Pixar, City Hall,...

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North Oakland’s Salsipuedes abruptly shuttered in May after less than a year but owner Jay Porter indicated that they were already in talks with someone to take over the space. Yesterday, Berkeleyside and Inside Scoop...

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Alliance Recycling Center in West Oakland will close its doors in August after a decades long battle with neighbors, forfeiting its Conditional Use Permit (CUP). The center’s walk-up, cash model of recycling services smaller recyclers, many of...

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Last month, Emeryville residents were appalled by the arrest of two Triangle neighborhood residents who allegedly tried to lure a minor into prostitution. Yesterday, another possible human trafficking case in a nearby North Oakland was disrupted by Oakland...

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Marquise R. Holloway entered a not guilty plea in a Oakland courtroom today. Holloway is accused of killing Emeryville resident Antonio Ramos while Ramos was painting a mural under an I-580 underpass last September. Holloway...

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Last October, Golden Gate neighborhood residents Brian Koloszyc and his wife Teresa announced their plans to build a brewery and tasting room along San Pablo Avenue. This Saturday June 4th, Novel Brewing Co. will open their doors...

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San Francisco and San Jose both have songs about them, now little Emeryville does too (although to be fair, so does Lodi). Miami based artist Sylvan LaCue has released a video for his latest single titled “Emeryville” off of...

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Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders made a brief appearance at the Hyatt House on Shellmound to speak at a 10 a.m. news conference today. CHP, throngs of secret service and a crowd of supportive Nurses filled the lobby and parking...

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Another tale that fortified Emeryville’s well-earned “Rotten City” era reputation has been unearthed by East Bay Times reporter Peter Hegarty. Amateur historian Alfred Janske pieced the story of a fallen lawman together by flipping thorough handwritten records, ancestry...

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