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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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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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Hundreds gathered at the Berkeley High Community Theater last week to hear a moderated discussion between Assembly District 15 candidates Jovanka Beckles and Buffy Wicks. The League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany & Emeryville hosted...

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The Emeryville Planning Commission met on September 27th with three Public Hearings on the agenda. These items included a look at the proposed on-site consumption lounge for East Bay Therapeutics‘ new dispensary, a proposed senior housing...

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European Sporting Goods retailer ‘Decathlon’ has announced it will be moving into the former Emeryville Toys “R” Us space at the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center. The 47,000 square foot space was acquired by Benderson...

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The August 2018 Emeryville Crime Report saw 220 total crimes reported for the month (down from 241 in July or -9%). Auto burglaries continued to be problematic accounting for over half of our city’s reported crimes with districts...

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The City of Emeryville, The Emeryville Police and the Alameda County Fire Department held an Emergency Preparedness Fair last Saturday at Station 34 on Powell street. One of the purposes of the fair was to...

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick announced arrests and charges against 17 individuals on Thursday, September 27th. Those charged are accused of being involved in several “grab & run” thefts at...

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Wareham’s nearly complete EmeryStation West (dubbed the East Bay ‘Transit Center’) has landed their first tenants. South San Francisco based Profusa has signed a ten-year lease to occupy 18,000 square feet or about half of...

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The Emeryville PD sent a Nixle alert yesterday for another ‘grab & run’ robbery at the Bay Street Emeryville Apple Store. This was at least the fourth incident of this type in a one month...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. The Council typically holds recess for the month of August although they held a brief one-hour...

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The Emeryville PD released two Nixle alerts on Friday. One for an assault with an axe near 40th & Hubbard, the other for a shooting in the parking lot of 7-Eleven on the corner of...

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East Bay Therapeutics soft-opened our city’s first cannabis dispensary last month across from The Broken Rack Pool Hall on Peladeau Street. EBT beat out a large pool of applicants to nab one of Emeryville’s coveted...

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The E’ville Eye published its one thousandth story back in July. No, not all of them were pulitzer nominees, but I hope you’ll agree that we’ve assembled a fairly comprehensive timeline of local stories in...

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A few comings & goings at the Bay Street Shopping Center since our last update in June. OPENINGS: Shoe Palace Shoe Palace officially opened their doors a few weeks back. The retailer fills the vacancy...

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North-Western Emeryville neighbors were startled last night by what was described as 4-6 police cars and an ambulance near the parking garage of EMME apartments. According to Emeryville Police Captain Oliver Collins, dispatch received a...

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After a two month hiatus, the Planning Commission reconvened on August 23rd with two newly elected commissioners. Tito Young and Jonathan Hidalgo were both appointed by our City Council at the July 12 meeting to...

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The July 2018 Emeryville Crime Report saw 241 total crimes reported for the month (up dramatically from 179 in June or +35%). While violent crimes actually saw a significant decrease for the month, Property crimes rose substantially after a...

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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 July include the...

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The Emeryville Apple Store at Bay Street was the most recent victim in a string of “snatch-and-grab” thefts that have plagued the state. This one occurred at about 10:25 a.m. Saturday morning. “I saw three...

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Earlier this month, The Public Market announced another exciting tenant to its growing  list of purveyors and have three more in the queue. Public Market alumni Nyum Bai has become the ‘Toast of Oaktown’ and...

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The deadline for filing for candidacy for our November 6th election passed last Friday. Three candidates filed for the two expiring Emeryville city council seats including incumbents Dianne Martinez and Scott Donahue. Former City Councilmember...

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