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The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is investigating complaints of price-gouging in Emeryville after a citizen complaint was forwarded to a councilmember. The Alameda County District Attorney’s office recently provided updated protections against price gouging in...

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A two-year-old child is among three gunshot wound victims from a vehicle shooting early Sunday evening. The shooting occurred near the I-580/Hwy-24 onramp at 35th & Market Street in West Oakland around 6:30 p.m. A...

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For this edition of our E’ville Biz aggregate of news stories, we’ve put a focus on Emeryville Companies that are involved in the ongoing fight to contain COVID-19 aka “the Coronavirus.” Among these companies are...

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Amtrak’s daily California Zephyr service that begins and terminates in Emeryville will be temporarily suspended west of Denver. The result of an Amtrak employee testing positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus according to a press release...

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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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2020 Emeryville Mayor Christian Patz has taken drastic steps to curb what he called “non-essential binge-watching.” At a Special City Council meeting, Patz argued to dramatically limit video streaming services within city limits. “Our last...

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The City of Emeryville announced the closure of children’s play areas at City parks until further notice. In addition, the East Bay Regional Park system has announced closures and parking restrictions in reaction to sudden...

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The ongoing stay-at-home order by the state has the entire community on lockdown except for a small list of “essential services.” While restaurant dining rooms and bars have been ordered to close, food providers including...

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(Updated March 24th at 2:45pm to reflect new information from Amtrak.) Transit providers in the East Bay are adjusting service schedules in response to lowered demand for rides. This comes in response to the current...

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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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The City of Emeryville and Emery Unified School District are taking actions to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting public gatherings. These agencies take direction on health issues from the Alameda County Department...

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17-year old Emery High Junior Jayden Cummings was recently recognized as the winner of the 2019 Congressional App Challenge within California’s District 13. Cummings developed a social media management platform for small businesses that he...

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California Governor Gavin Newsom, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and an ensemble of city, state and federal officials held a joint press conference on Sunday. They briefed local news agencies on the joint preparations underway for...

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With some mail-in ballots still to be counted, local Measures K and Measure F were both victorious on Tuesday. Both measures required 2/3 voter support to pass. Lines at the polls went reasonably fast but...

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Emeryville voters will be asked to approve two measures at the ballot at Tuesday’s March 3rd primary election. Both measures require a two-thirds “yes” vote to pass. Measure F would raise Emeryville’s current 9.25% sales...

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Emeryville Police Chief Jennifer Tejada took to Twitter to express her support for recently dismissed Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick was abruptly fired from her post in a joint-decision by Oakland’s Police Commission and...

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The December, 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw a large surge in reported crime to end the year with 289 reports (up dramatically from the 199 reported in November). Violent crimes saw a relatively modest year-to-year...

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Arizmendi Emeryville made the exciting announcement that they will be soft-opening this week by offering coffee service. They will be ramping up their production over the next few days and gradually rolling out their selection...

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A man was found dead Sunday morning near a homeless encampment by the I-580/24 interchange in Oakland’s Longfellow Neighborhood. The victim died from wounds from an apparent stabbing according to Oakland Police. The body of...

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A “hands on” entrepreneur who greets his customers by name, Tarla Grill owner Yusuf Topal was waiting for the right opportunity to expand the Tarla brand. When the owners of Public Market Emeryville approached him...

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Officers of the Emeryville Police Department and members of the Alameda County Fire Department responded to a report early Saturday morning at 12:39 a.m.. The victim was found bleeding from a laceration after what was...

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The idea of a Bay Bridge Bus-only lane is gaining momentum after an unanimous vote by AC Transit. The idea is still in its infancy though and would require cooperation from a multitude of agencies...

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The November, 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw a return to “normalcy” after an uncharacteristic surge in October (down from the 311 reported in last month). Much of this increase stemmed from a 39% M-T-M auto...

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