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Emeryville Public Works Director & City Engineer Maurice Kaufman announced his unexpected resignation on Monday. “I want to inform you that I will be resigning my employment with the City of Emeryville to pursue other endeavors,”...

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The long anticipated grand opening of Paradita Eatery at the Emeryville Public Market will finally take place today. Paradita is the sixth venture by Peruvian Chef Carlos Altamirano. “I am thrilled to open Paradita; it embodies the welcoming, cheerful...

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This Thursday, April 27th more than 300 students from high schools in Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, and Richmond will descend on West Berkeley to participate in the 6th Annual East Bay STEM Career Awareness Day. Industry, academia,...

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His name is unforgettable, and so is his art. Mark Bulwinkle is the artist behind those whimsical steel plate silhouettes scattered around the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center. His “The Traffic Jam” pieces are arguably the lone bright spot...

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The March 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 234 total crimes reported (up from 212 in February or +10%). The city saw a spike in residential burglary for the month, specifically at the new 3900 Adeline complex (welcome to the neighborhood!)....

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It was perfect spring weather and it seemed as if every family within a square mile was on hand for the annual Emeryville Spring Carnival and Egg Hunt held at Doyle-Hollis Park. Our included photo gallery, captured...

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Just miss your Emery Go-Round shuttle? Why not walk across the street to the new Arthur Mac’s and a grab a bite and a cold one while you wait for the next one? Arthur Mac’s...

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This month’s edition of E’ville Biz features two growing biotech companies, and one decidedly low-tech company. Vanity Fair profiles Zymergen, who have succeeded in establishing gender diversity in a sector where larger players like Google and Facebook...

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Eater SF originally broke the story of “Navi Kitchen” opening in the former Basic Cafe spot on Adeline back in October 2016. They now have new information about their menu, hours and their “imminent” grand opening. Navi...

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Considering the transient nature of Emeryville residents, there’s a good chance you’ve never heard of the 2007 Woodfin Hotel ICE “raids”. Emeryville honored the 10 year anniversary of this event at the last council meeting with...

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The Emeryville PD disrupted what was originally thought to be a potential armed robbery last night. Officers responding to a call from a resident at the Artistry Emeryville Apartment Complex on Shellmound who reported seeing...

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When we conducted a recent interview with former Actual Cafe owner Sal Bednarz last February, he noted optimism in finding a new owner soon. “I’m in contract with a great buyer. Fingers crossed that the process...

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One Medical opened their new Emeryville office to the public today. The primary care provider that was founded in San Francisco in 2007 has expanded rapidly with offices in neighboring Oakland and Berkeley. “With the new...

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Overshadowed by our coverage of the 500 unit Sherwin-Williams development is the groundbreaking of 389 apartment units as part of the Public Market Redevelopment. Avalon Bay Communities’ AVA “Public Market” and AVA “Market Place” will come...

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Baseball may be coming back to Emeryville if members of the Planning Commission and Council approve the latest “Sherwin Stadium” plans. Lennar development spokesman Kevin Ma confirmed in an email that they were shifting course on their...

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Roughly 25 current and new members turned out at the March 20th Emeryville Bike East Bay member organizing meeting held at Doyle St Co-housing. They came to strategize about priority Bike/Ped improvements in our city and how to build public support...

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It’s easy to take for granted the Emeryville Shoreline and the beauty it brings to our city. We also take for granted the personal sacrifices and determination of those that fought to save this valuable land during...

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Emeryville & West Oakland residents awoke to the sound of helicopters circling above and a massive billow of smoke centered near San Pablo Avenue. Crews at the four alarm fire battled to contain the blaze that was...

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After revealing their expansion plans into Emeryville just last month, Mr. Dewie’s Cashew Creamery announced the grand opening of their Public Market stall on Saturday through Twitter. “So it is now official! Mr. Dewie’s ‘West’, in the...

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The February 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 212 total crimes reported (down from 238 in January or -11%). Auto Burglaries continued to plague our city with 105 reports putting us on an alarming 50% projected increase from 2016. Auto...

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A December Reuters investigative report exposed that parts of California and even some Bay Area communities have higher levels of lead exposure than those in Flint, Michigan. Cities like Emeryville with aging housing and a legacy of industry...

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Construction at the 14.5-acre Emeryville Public Market redevelopment project entered a new phase last week with the creation of the Shellmound bypass road. The road will enable the completion of undergrounding of utilities for an...

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Despite being recognized at the “Silver” level by The League of American Bicyclists, Emeryville still ranks fairly low in some key bicycle-friendly metrics. Admittedly, we have a long way to go to make our city truly “Bikable” and our...

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A U.S. magistrate Judge has refused to dismiss a civil suit filed against the City of Emeryville filed back in October of 2015 in the officer-involved shooting death of Yuvette Henderson. The City of Emeryville presented...

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