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The E’ville Eye started as a community passion project and spawned from the need for better communication & connectivity in our town. Nearly four years and over 400 posts later, we’ve reached over 5,000 subscribers and surpassed...

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Love our Neighborhood Day returns this Saturday May 30th after a successful 2014 event that saw as many as 3,000 people attend the inaugural Open Streets event in North Oakland/Emeryville. A one-mile stretch of California State...

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If you happen to be driving or biking down Horton and spot a herd of goats in Emeryville of all places, you’re not seeing things. The goats have been employed to remove the vegetation while the remediated...

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In honor of the forthcoming 2015 Earth Day celebration and shoreline cleanup event, we thought it a good time to spotlight a few good things happening in the community that will hopefully make a dent...

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Some good Emeryville News from around the web to start your week off. A local Berkeley transitional house was recently awarded an Emeryville IKEA Makeover worth $10,000. The Peet’s Headquarters on Park Avenue is involved in...

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2014 was quite a year for The E’ville Eye and we want to personally thank all of our subscribers, commenters, contributors, sponsors & donators. In just our third year of existence as a hyperlocal news blog,...

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Emeryville Citizens Assistance Program, or “ECAP”, hosted its annual holiday dinner at Anna Yates Elementary for members of the community that need our help the most. Nellie Hannon, who founded and has run ECAP for 27...

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Rejoice Christie Core neighbors, a new park is coming your way! The Emeryville Planning Commission met on July 24th, to review and discuss plans for the expansion of Christie Avenue Park. The existing park is approximately 0.81 acres...

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Thank you for visiting The E’ville Eye Community News. We set out over two years ago with the goal of being a community resource for Emeryville and the adjacent communities by spotlighting happenings & initiating important conversations....

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One of the ideas I’ve been “shopping around” to my neighbors and the city staff as a member of the Park Avenue District Advisory Committee is what I’ve coined “The Target Bullseye Dog run” named...

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One of the main objectives of this site besides communicating happenings in the city is to hopefully bring some pride to living in Emeryville. Our neighbors in Berkeley and Oakland have their own “vibe” and...

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Jac Asher: Triangle resident, parent of two, Lecturer in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at Cal and Vice-Mayor of our city has somehow found the time to write a personal blog. In Jac’s initial post,...

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William He, The E’ville Eye’s latest contributor, tackles getting to SF without BART: Whether you were for or against the BART unions, everyone was affected by their strike two weeks ago. From July 1st to 5th,...

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Our Nations birthday, the America’s Cup opening ceremony, live music and delicious food set to the backdrop of the picturesque Emeryville Marina. The stage was set for a fabulous day for Emeryville residents and neighbors...

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The Emery Unified School District held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 26th to celebrate the opening of the Family Resource and Wellness Center. The ceremony was attended by many of the local partners that made...

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