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Bay City News Service has been following the courtroom happenings of those recently arrested in a string of Apple Store ‘Grab & Run’ thefts. 19-year-old Joshua Jamal Cole, who was one of ten suspects charged...

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Ground Up, a UC Berkeley student journal of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, recently published an online article advocating for a radical approach to protecting our mudflats from rising sea levels. The...

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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 three council meetings conducted during the month of October include approval...

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Entering its seventh year, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving founded by 92T.org and fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. #GivingTuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving following the more...

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KTVU Channel 2 reporter Leigh Martinez captured a heartwarming story of compassion and volunteerism by our youth that needs to be shared. Student volunteers of the Oakland School for the Arts (OSA) public charter school...

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Three armed robbers are in jail after a brief pursuit by Emeryville Police on Thanksgiving according to a report provided by EPD Sergeant Pablo Rojas. At approximately 11:30 p.m., Emeryville Police Officers responded to the...

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The SF Chronicle and East Bay Times are both reporting a possible breakthrough in the recent spate of arson cases at East Bay construction sites that includes Emeryville. 45-year-old Oakland resident Dustin Bellinger AKA “Faheem...

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Allegro Ballroom recently held a fundraiser to help complete construction of a new facility in El Cerrito. Allegro may be forced to leave its Emeryville location on Christie Avenue that they’ve called home for 17 years....

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For our readers that only browse our website stories, we regularly share Emeryville-related news from local sources on our social media channels that include Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. This edition of our ‘E’ville Wire’ focuses...

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Pizza Amigos officially took over the former Navi Kitchen space at 5000 Adeline Street back on October 18th. Pizza Amigos offers a more “American” style take on pizza compared to Navi’s gourmet, “Cali-Indian” interpretation. After...

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For decades, The Broken Rack has been Emeryville’s go-to spot for catching a game, enjoying happy hour with one’s coworkers and of course shooting a game of pool. For those that wanted a more tranquil...

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While the turnout and focus of yesterday’s election was largely driven by national and state politics, our city held a local election with two council seats, three school board seats and a local measure on...

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Ken Bukowski, who we profiled last June as a longtime councilmember during Emeryville’s redevelopment-fueled “Boomtown Era,” is at it again. Ken emerged as the only challenger to the current Donahue/Martinez slate of incumbents vying for...

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First term City Councilmember Scott Donahue is running for reelection after winning a seat in 2014. Donahue’s term oversaw an era of rapid political shift where a 2014 “progressive” majority has expanded to what might...

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First term City Councilmember Dianne Martinez is running for reelection after winning a seat in 2014. Martinez’ term oversaw an era of rapid political shift where a 2014 “progressive” majority has expanded to what might...

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With just days before Tuesday’s election, The Emery Teachers Association has distributed a press release endorsing Katy Brown and Brynnda Collins for two of the three vacant School Board seats. According to ETA President Ericka...

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The Emeryville Police Department published an alert back on September 30th of an “unattended death” in the storm drain tunnel along Horton Street. The Alameda County Coroner has since identified the deceased as a 26-year-old Livermore woman. Officers...

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The September 2018 Emeryville Crime Report saw 220 total crimes reported for the month (identical to the 220 reported in August). Violent crime has seen a 13% increase from last year with increases in all statistical categories...

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If you happen to be arrested or detained in Emeryville, you’ll likely be transported to an Oakland or County jail. The reasons are that the Emeryville Police Station no longer has a holding facility. They...

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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 council meetings conducted during the month of September include the...

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Ellis Partners has purchased a historic brick warehouse on the corner of Halleck and Park Avenue for $6.3 million. The former Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake Company was built in 1912 to manufacture air brakes for...

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The Public Market’s highly anticipated Public Bar opened in the market’s food hall last week. The bar is a centerpiece of the Public Market’s vision to provide a space that patrons will hang out and...

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This November 6th election, five candidates are vying for three expiring Emery School Board seats vacated by elected member Donn Lee Merriam and appointed members Bailey Langner and Brynnda Collins. Collins, the only incumbent, along with...

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This November 6th election, five candidates are vying for three expiring Emery School Board seats vacated by elected member Donn Lee Merriam and appointed members Bailey Langner and Brynnda Collins. Collins, the only incumbent, along with...

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