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News & Commentary

When three year City Manager Carolyn Lehr announced her decision to retire back in February, it set off a search for new candidates to fill the city’s top administrator role. Lehr was hired in 2015...

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The Alameda County Coroner released the name of the female victim of Sunday’s horrific crash near MacArthur and Peralta. The name of the driver, an alleged pimp, was released by authorities. 42-year-old Michael Brown, the driver...

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This E’ville Eye guest piece is written by five year Planning Commissioner Steven Keller. Keller is a resident of Pacific Park Plaza and has lived in Emeryville since 2002. Keller recently updated a letter he...

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Following a multi-month search, and after a diligent review of 19 highly qualified candidates, the Emery Unified School District Board of Trustees has unanimously selected Dr. Quiauna Scott as their lone finalist for the EUSD...

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At least one person died Sunday afternoon after a police pursuit that started in San Francisco ended in a fiery crash at the intersection of West MacArthur Boulevard at Peralta Street. A harrowing video captured...

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Emeryville and West Oakland neighbors were rattled by a loud explosion last night at about 9 pm. A large plume of black smoke could be seen streaming from the area behind Home Depot that has...

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Voters came to the polls yesterday for a variety of primary races, state & local measures. On the ballot for Emeryville voters was a crowded State Assembly seat race and a $50 million Housing Bond....

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“Resident E’ville” is a new column where we ask our readers your perspective on important issues through a short, online survey. On today’s primary ballot, Emeryville voters will be faced with an important choice and...

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The April 2018 Emeryville Crime report saw 191 total crimes reported for the month (up slightly from 189 in March or +1%). While Property Crimes continued a steady decline, Violent Crimes are up. The 18% increase for the year...

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If you notice folks leaving Pixar a bit later than usual, then it can only mean one thing: deadlines! The local Animation studio kicked off the countdown to the June 15 release of its 2004...

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The Emeryville Planning Commission held a special meeting last week to discuss the city’s contentious Parking Management Plan. For a quick summation of the plan, the City is contemplating an overhaul of how parking is...

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For the large percentage of residents that vote via mail, you should have already received your ballot for the June 5th Primary election. Among the local measures on the ballot is the “Measure C” Housing...

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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 four council meetings conducted during the months of March & April...

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The City of Emeryville recently posted additional details on its proposed Parking Management Plan. The draft plan would introduce parking permits and meters throughout the city to encourage better use of transit, parking turnover and...

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The Alameda County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim of Saturday’s falling tragedy as 71-year-old Nancy Jacot-Bell. Bell was a recent resident of the facility having only moved into the assisted-living home a few days prior...

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A person fell to their death this morning at about 10 a.m. in front of the Bayside Park Assisted Living Facility at 40th & Horton. The name of the deceased is not being released pending...

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Two hot-button topics were on the agenda at a planned ‘community meeting’ at the Watergate Clipper Club last week. The Measure C $50 million ‘Affordable Housing’ Bond and the City’s Parking Management Plan have both...

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The April Planning Commission meeting had discussions on a replacement for the Art.com signs as well as updates on the proposed AT&T cell facilities and East Bay Therapeutics’ new dispensary that will occupy 5745 Peladeau...

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An initial report of a “downed aircraft” apparently overheard through chatter on a police scanner turned into something almost equally bizarre on Sunday afternoon: An unmanned submarine painted with Captain America graphics (Spoiler Alert: It...

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At least two residents at the Artistry Apartments on 64th and Shellmound were the victims of armed robberies recently. According to one account, the suspect(s) confronted one of the victims in an elevator where the robbery...

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The March 2018 Emeryville Crime report saw 189 total crimes reported for the month (up slightly from 188 in February or +.5%). Auto Burglaries, despite being up from last month, are down 18% for the year. Petty thefts, generally...

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Two Emery High students took home honors at a recent National Association for Urban Debate Leagues (NAUDL) Tournament. The annual event was held at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. last weekend. They are the first...

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Cornology, the gourmet popcorn shop at Bay Street, is under fire after witnesses attest the use of a racial slur by an employee following an alleged theft. The incident is leading to calls for a...

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The Emeryville Police released a surveillance video to the public today showing a suspect from the February 11th shooting of Alex Madias. Madias was shot during a robbery while picking up a friend from our Emeryville...

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