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A five-time recipient of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand award, C CASA has chosen Emeryville for its initial expansion. C CASA, known for its inventive and fresh interpretation of the traditional taqueria, was among the first purveyors...

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Three divergent businesses are profiled in this month’s E’ville Biz slate of stories including a startup that makes Cannabis Tea, a “cancer vaccine” biotech company and the trailblazing Center for Investigative Reporting. With the passing...

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The August 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 217 total crimes reported for the month (down from 262 in July or -17%). The Starbucks at the Powell Street Plaza was again the victim of a laptop-snatching robbery. [Update] EPD Crime Analyst...

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The suspect that was killed in yesterday’s I-80 shootout near the Powell off-ramp in Emeryville has been identified by Fairfield Police. 45-year-old San Leandro resident Demilo Trayuon Hodge died after a shootout with Richmond and Fairfield...

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Hovering copters and racing police cruisers alerted residents to activity in Emeryville this morning at about 9:30 a.m.. A high-speed police chase of a reported Fairfield murder suspect originating in Richmond led to a standoff...

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There’s an area that many of us drive through regularly. An area strewn with needles, human waste, piles of festering trash and shattered glass from rampant auto burglaries. It’s not Oakland though, it’s the Southeast...

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign and premiere last week at the Grand Lake Theater to a sold out audience, ‘The North Pole’ political comedy made its online debut this week. The seven episode web series...

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Neptune Society’s Apollo Crematory will begin winding down operations at its Emeryville Horton Street facility and begin its move to East Oakland after a protracted legal fight. The move was initially planned five years ago...

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In a noteworthy piece of news that was not reported, The City of Emeryville settled with the family of Yuvette Henderson last April ending a dark chapter for the EPD and the city. It’s been...

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The Emeryville Police Department have released surveillance video from the early morning armed takeover robbery of the Oakland/Emeryville Target store. The harrowing one minute sequence shows three masked, armed gunmen confront employees of the store...

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Officers from the Emeryville Police Department responded to a take-over robbery at the Oakland Emeryville Target on Saturday, September 2nd at 12:07 a.m. The robbery occurred shortly after their midnight closing and it was not...

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When former Emeryville Poet Laureate Sarah Kobrinsky and her family left Emeryville in 2015, it wasn’t exactly on the best of terms. Kobrinsky’s rent at a duplex owned by a former Emeryville Planning Commissioner was increased nearly...

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For those wondering about the mysterious space along the Emeryville Greenway with the bright green picnic benches, we finally have an answer for you. The E’ville Eye has learned that the striped asphalt lot behind...

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Four Emeryville companies have grabbed headlines for different reasons over the past month. Grifols USA has been busy renovating their campus that they acquired from Novartis in 2013 as part of a business unit acquisition. The...

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The July 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 262 total crimes reported for the month (up from 225 in June or +16%). After  a downward trend in auto burglaries that saw the number bottom out at 63 last month, they spiked...

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Many of us pass the Bayside Park elder community on 40th Street without thinking too much of our neighbors that dwell inside. Active seniors can often be seen strolling the Park Avenue District neighborhood or...

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About a year ago, the Public Market made announcements of two new tenants that would be opening food stalls. Both The Periodic Table and Fish Face Poke have recently announced that they will be opening...

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The CNBC show American Greed is a true crime series narrated by Stacy Keach that examines “the dark side of the American Dream”. Last week’s episode profiled the downward spiral of John Fox who built...

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Back in April, it was revealed that The Park Cafe group would be taking over the Actual Cafe/Victory Burger spaces after owner Sal Bednarz announced their closing. The new cafe will be the fourth in...

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About a year ago, it was reported that the parents of murdered Emeryville resident Antonio Ramos had filed a claim against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after it was revealed that the gun used in...

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Mercury News investigative reporter Matthias Gafni is probing the EUSD and EPD for possible mishandling of our state’s mandated reporting laws in the wake of two alleged sexual assaults at the ECCL. The story provides varying...

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Wednesday marked a somber anniversary that may have been lost on most newer Oakland and Emeryville residents. 10 years ago, on August 2, 2007, 57-year-old Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey was gunned down in broad...

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A sad conclusion to a long battle between the City of Emeryville and nearly 50 year-long Emeryville resident Andre Carpiaux came to a close on Tuesday as Council approved “abatement” of his home citing fears...

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The Emeryville Greenway has been lauded for its creative conversion of a former rail spur into a walkable/bikeable path that has become a centerpiece of the north-east Emeryville neighborhoods. In fact, it was recently selected for a...

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