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Yesterday, the cities of Emeryville and Oakland held a joint press conference announcing the completion of the year-long Family Matters Shelter for homeless families. Today, this temporary emergency shelter opens for shelter, on-site housing navigation...

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The State of California recently launched an online tool to help local community members find their nearest COVID-19 testing facility. Released to the public on May 17, the tool is also being used by California...

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Emery Unified has always been a tiny school district packed with heart and spunk. That much hasn’t changed. But just about everything around it has. On Mar. 16, the EUSD closed its two schools. It’s...

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On Wednesday, Apr. 7 the city of Emeryville held a virtual City Council meeting with a substantial agenda. Arguably the most important item discussed was the city’s three-pronged approach to assist residents impacted by the...

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As part of our ongoing Coronavirus coverage and the impacts on various aspects of our community, The E’ville Eye News revisited Emeryville’s only organization of its kind, ECAP (Emeryville Citizens Assistance Program). ECAP is a...

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Emeryville’s Meals on Wheels Program will see a reduction in service days in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Emeryville City Manager Christine Daniel announced the changes at the March 19 Special City Council Meeting....

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The City of Emeryville took steps to provide relief to residents and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing shelter-in-place order. They did so by enacting a Moratorium on Residential and Commercial Evictions through...

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Emeryville-based Pixar won yet another Academy Award (that’s sixteen total) for best Animated Feature Film for their latest Toy Story franchise installment. They are now turning their attention to original story ideas including the 2020...

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It was just another day of commuting home after his job as a building engineer at Pixar this past Aug. 21 — except that it wasn’t. Shortly after leaving work, James Andereggen was struck by...

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Bay Wheels operator Lyft has come under heavy criticism after lengthy roll-out delays and recent recalls of their electric-assist bikes from Emeryville and other Bay Area cities. While the company has been grappling with local...

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Tenants of the Courtyards at 65th Apartments in Emeryville packed into the complex’s conference center Thursday evening, Sept. 12. The conference room has seen many holiday parties, study sessions and get-togethers throughout the years. But this...

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The Public Market recently unveiled its latest food offering in partnership with the La Cocina incubator program. Mama Lamees “Feast From the Middle East” soft-opened on September 10 after announcing their intent to open last...

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Wednesday evenings for James Andereggen and his two daughters, Kaylee and Lauren, have always been reserved for family dinners. This past Wednesday on Aug. 21, the plan was to grab Chipotle together. The 43-year-old Pixar...

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The latest point-in-time count shows that Emeryville’s homeless population increased by a staggering 513 percent this year accounting for 178 individuals. In troubling times like these, there are organizations working tirelessly to find ways to...

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Last Tuesday, July 2, first-year California Governor Gavin Newsom toured Emeryville’s nearly completed $64 million affordable housing development, Estrella Vista. The 87-unit apartment project has been in the works for nearly a decade and is...

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The eviction notices came during the night, left in mailboxes, and tied to boats in plastic bags. For many at the Emeryville Marina, the wave of evictions were a surprise. While some within the boating...

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In honor of this year’s International Women’s Day, culinary incubator ‘La Cocina’ hosted a weeklong series of gourmet dinners crafted and served by beloved Bay Area restaurateurs, winemakers, and mixologists. From March 3-9, La Cocina...

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In recent weeks, demolition crews razed the former Nady Systems building on Shellmound that had become prone to squatting and blight. Last December 7th, City of Berkeley crews dismantled the Aquatic Park Homeless Community where around 25...

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