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Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHS), a nonprofit that facilitated the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project, honored the life of Antonio Ramos today. Ramos was a 27-year-old Emeryville resident who was tragically killed one year ago while working on an underpass mural. A mural series...

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Emeryville Public Market owner City Center Realty Partners announced two new lease-signings today including a Poke Bar and a craft beer and sake spot. Fish Face Poke Bar and Periodic Table are both scheduled to open...

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Buried at the “tail-end” of five hours of city meetings on September 6th was a resolution for the Halleck-Beach Dog Park. A project that had just been an idea for several years but was recently buoyed by a community...

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The Park Avenue District, long hailed as the Arts District for the city, will host the 30th Emeryville Art Exhibition it was announced today in the below press release. The Pelco building at 1550 Park Avenue has been...

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I’ve often complained about the lack of news coverage that Emeryville receives. Well, Australia at least has taken note of our unique little city. GovNews.com sat down with Emeryville’s Community Development Director Charles Bryant for what is described...

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The Emeryville Crime Report for August includes 195 total crimes (up from 181 in July or +8%). Violent Crime plummeted for the month with only 17 reported incidents. There were no reported Rapes or CarJackings. Offsetting this was a jump Property...

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In-Shape CEO Paul Rothbard broke the sad news to club members of the decision to close their Emeryville location in a letter dated September 7th. “Unfortunately, we have made the difficult decision to close this location. effective October 31, 2016.”...

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A robbery and another attempted robbery by three male juveniles led to two arrests by the Emeryville Police Department on Wednesday September 14th according to an EPD press release. A third suspect is still being sought. The first incident...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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This 2016 Emeryville City Council election will see six candidates vying for three available seats in what could see a shift in city priorities. The E’ville Eye distributed twenty questions covering a gamut of relevant topics in...

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A day before Apple is expected to unveil its latest iPhone model, the local news is that Apple Bay Street will be expanding into the former Pottery Barn space. Many have inquired about that mysterious black...

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Tonight, the Emeryville City Council will finally weigh in on certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed development of the Sherwin-Williams site. The EIR will be presented to council at the regular meeting...

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The Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) was born under controversy. It endured plenty along the way and crossed the finish line with some as well (the site is still in fact under construction and expected to...

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A triggered alarm alerted authorities to an in-progress Commercial Burglary resulting in two arrests early Saturday morning August 27th. The EmeryTech building, where the attempted burglary occurred, is home of Clif Bar, Reveal (formerly Center for...

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In what will be a surprise to no one, the “Bridge to Nowhere” Bay Bridge bike Path to Yerba Buena Island has been delayed again (was this the fifth?, six? … I’ve lost count). CalTrans is now...

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A 1986 video segment recently surfaced on YouTube of a KGO Channel 7 news segment detailing the sudden closing of Judson Steel thirty years ago. News anchor Van Amburg began the segment by reporting “the end of an...

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For the second time in a week, shots rang out in Emeryville’s Triangle neighborhood. Oakland’s ShotSpotter Technology alerted the EPD to gunfire in the border area of 47th and Adeline in the early morning of Sunday,...

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Two more Emeryville small business owners have announced their departure from our city and a third is in limbo. The popular Farley’s Cafe on 65th is the latest on a growing list of establishments to announce its...

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The final day to file papers for one of the three vacating Emeryville Council seats was yesterday at 5:30 p.m.. The original 8/12 date was extended five days when, as expected, none of the three incumbents filed. 88-year-old...

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Helicopters circled Emeryville once again as reports of a daytime gun exchange between two vehicles emerged. The second daytime shooting reported in the area in less than a month. A surveillance image released by EPD Chief Jennifer Tejada...

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