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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 City of Emeryville’s experimental protected bike lanes on Horton street caused a stir recently when the post office ceased delivery to the Terraces housing complex. The mail carrier had apparently been in the practice...

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For our readers that only browse our website stories, we regularly share Emeryville-related news from local sources on our social media channels that include Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. This edition of our ‘E’ville Wire’ focuses...

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The Emeryville Police Department received a report of a suspicious item in a garage level storage room at the Artistry Apartments this afternoon. A maintenance worker at the complex discovered the device that was described...

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A vehicle smashed into the VersaGenix Cannabis manufacturing business at 1350 67th street at about 3:45 p.m. on Friday. Damage to a shared water line closed the adjacent Prizefighter Bar for the evening. The pictured...

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A few news stories aggregated from around the web relevant to Emeryville residents in this E’ville News Wire. The long-awaited replacement to the shuttered Fusebox in West Oakland has finally opened. Soba Ichi, who are...

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The sinking of a 90-year-old wooden sailboat named ‘Helaine’ had Emeryville Marina residents shaking their heads and crews scrambling this afternoon. Once she started to slip under, submerging took only a few frightening seconds. The...

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Neptune Society’s Apollo Crematory will begin winding down operations at its Emeryville Horton Street facility and begin its move to East Oakland after a protracted legal fight. The move was initially planned five years ago...

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About a year ago, it was reported that the parents of murdered Emeryville resident Antonio Ramos had filed a claim against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after it was revealed that the gun used in...

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Mercury News investigative reporter Matthias Gafni is probing the EUSD and EPD for possible mishandling of our state’s mandated reporting laws in the wake of two alleged sexual assaults at the ECCL. The story provides varying...

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Wednesday marked a somber anniversary that may have been lost on most newer Oakland and Emeryville residents. 10 years ago, on August 2, 2007, 57-year-old Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey was gunned down in broad...

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Saturday’s fire at 3800 San Pablo hadn’t even been contained before suspicions of arson began circulating throughout the community. The comment threads of our Facebook page and Nextdoor were filled with theories and speculation. “A lot of people aren’t...

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The residential project at 3800 San Pablo Avenue dubbed “The Intersection” succumbed to a massive blaze this morning. This was the second time in less than a year that the project was the victim of...

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Considering the transient nature of Emeryville residents, there’s a good chance you’ve never heard of the 2007 Woodfin Hotel ICE “raids”. Emeryville honored the 10 year anniversary of this event at the last council meeting with...

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Emeryville & West Oakland residents awoke to the sound of helicopters circling above and a massive billow of smoke centered near San Pablo Avenue. Crews at the four alarm fire battled to contain the blaze that was...

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The Emeryville PD is asking for help from members of the public who may have seen or know the whereabouts of a stolen French Bulldog. “Max” was reportedly given to a family at the Emeryville Public...

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Fallen Tree damages Emeryville Marina Structure

January 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Heavy rainstorms were thought to be at blame for a fallen tree that damaged an Emeryville Marina structure. A Monterey Pine toppled about 3 a.m. early Sunday morning damaging the roof of a shower and laundry structure used by Emeryville liveaboards, slipholders and...

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The Top Five E’ville Eye Stories of 2016

January 1, 2017 | 3 Comments

Happy New Year E’villains! While I think most of us are glad that 2016 is behind us, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the stories that helped The E’ville Eye...

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I’ve heard many stories from decades past when Emeryville was vast warehouse spaces for artists, musicians and underground music events. The Emeryville Warehouse Lofts, where I now live with my family, was one of these spaces and hosted bands...

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In what was beginning to feel like a cruel joke to cyclists, Caltrans officially announced the opening of the final segment of the Bay Bridge Bike Path to Yerba Buena this Sunday at noon. The existing...

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Wareham Development is defending itself from accusations by Richmond Mayor Tom Butt who has alleged them of “a form of toxic dumping” in his city. Wareham admits it temporarily moved clean commercial fill soil from their forthcoming Emeryville Transit...

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Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHS), a nonprofit that facilitated the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project, honored the life of Antonio Ramos today. Ramos was a 27-year-old Emeryville resident who was tragically killed one year ago while working on an underpass mural. A mural series...

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Last Tuesday’s Park Avenue District National Night Out event was nearly marred by tragedy when a tree limb fell on a crowd busy socializing. The limb, directly over the food table, snapped and fell on a group...

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In the wake of the 6-Alarm fire that leveled a 6 story in-development Emeryville apartment complex, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) was called upon to help investigate the cause of the blaze....

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