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Three year Emeryville City Manager Carolyn Lehr announced her retirement today. In a memo addressed to her staff and sent to city committee members, Lehr acknowledged her decision was based on her recent 65th birthday...

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C CASA Taqueria quietly soft-opened last Friday February 16th and held their grand opening on Tuesday. C CASA made the original announcement of their opening back in October of last year. C CASA’s much-praised cuisine...

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The Emeryville Police Officers Association (EPOA) has issued a statement in response to recent online comments that they insist are not reflective of the current relationship with them and our local government. Some of these...

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While the abrupt decision by New Seasons Market to abandon their Public Market project caused concern and discussion among neighbors, Small Businesses are apparently also struggling in Emeryville. Dee Spot Cafe on 65th and Propaganda...

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The victim of Sunday evening’s shooting/robbery near the Emeryville Amtrak station has been identified by the Marin Independent Journal as 26-year-old Alex Madias of Novato. There have been no arrests and no suspect information has...

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The E’ville Eye broke the exclusive story last month that the Public Market New Seasons project was being put on pause. Today, news was handed down that New Seasons will indeed be pulling out of...

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Jackie Robinson is generally credited with breaking the modern color line by being the first black player to play in the 20th Century. Robinson took the field for the Montreal Royals of the International league in...

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The kids at Anna Yates elementary were expecting a representative from the Warriors organization to emcee an event as part of the “Get Fit” [after school] program they participate in. When the announcement was finally...

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The December 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 268 total crimes reported for the month (up from 262 in November or +2%). Violent crime saw an increase of 5% for the year and property crime an increase of 22%. Crime...

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Toys R Us announced its list of store closures yesterday. Sadly, the Emeryville store was among the eight Bay Area stores and twenty-six California stores that will close. The announcement was a bit of a surprise...

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The City of Emeryville and our Mayor are circulating a petition to apply for grant money to create three “quiet zones” at the 65th, 66th and 67th railway crossings. The petition, linked in multiple Nextdoor...

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Emily Yang has always been a bit of a workout fanatic. She’s tried a bit of everything throughout the years including Spinning, Yoga, CrossFit, etc. She ended up falling in love with the Lagree Fitness...

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The realigned Shellmound Way opened to traffic back in mid-December giving eager residents hope that the opening of the Emeryville New Seasons Market couldn’t be far away. Reports of a slowdown in activity at the...

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The Emeryville Community Garden at 59th and Doyle has been an oasis in the center of our town for decades. The popularity of the project has created a waiting list for a plot that often...

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The E’ville Eye reached a couple significant milestones in 2017. Last April we hit one million lifetime page views in our short lifespan. Perhaps most importantly for me personally, we began generating enough monthly revenue...

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The Emeryville PD issued two Nixle alerts this morning. One alerting the public to a man who was struck and injured by an Amtrak commuter train, the other of a strong-armed robbery where the culprits...

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The Subway sandwich shop at the corner of Christie Avenue and 64th was robbed at gunpoint this morning at about 10:47 am.. The news was circulated In an email addressed to residents of Avenue 64...

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Four Emeryville companies have made headlines recently including Embodied Intelligence, Cell Design Labs, Animation Mentor and Trader Vic’s. Embodied Intelligence, founded by an alum of Elon Musk’s OpenAI venture, has set up shop in Emeryville to...

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Emeryville is a dense 1.2 square mile city with a cherished greenway and well-trafficked bike boulevard that runs the length of the city. We even recently received a silver designation by The League of American...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. Among the highlights for the two meetings conducted during the month of November include the issuing...

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Christmas was looking pretty bleak for E’ville Eye historical contributor Joey Enos and his family this season. Joey, his wife Anna and son Sammy were facing possible displacement amid our ongoing Housing Crisis if they...

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The November 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 262 total crimes reported for the month (down from 291 in October or -11%). For the second time in as many months, our City Hall was burglarized. A reported Rape has doubled...

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Detectives with the Emeryville Police Department were informed yesterday that one of the victims from last Monday’s double-shooting has died. The homicide is considered Emeryville’s second of the year after the I-80 standoff of a...

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The butcher paper announcing a new business at the former E-22 Cafe space was first spotted by residents back in June. Proprietor Erik Hansen has spent the past sixth months building out the corner space at...

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