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Our Emeryville Marina was the recipient of a new V5 Seabin earlier this month. The device rolled out as part of a pilot program and paid for by Safe Harbor Marinas who professionally manage our Marina and many...

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Detectives with the Emeryville Police Department were informed yesterday that one of the victims from last Monday’s double-shooting has died. The homicide is considered Emeryville’s second of the year after the I-80 standoff of a...

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The City of Emeryville is considering major changes to citywide parking regulations, hoping to address ongoing resident & business dissatisfaction with a lack of available parking in high-traffic areas. During two community workshops on November...

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The Emeryville Police Department has identified the suspect involved in the shooting that occurred near Target on Monday night. Cameron Smith, 22, of Oakland has been charged with a total of eight counts including two...

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Neighbors, commuters and shoppers were rattled this evening by the increasingly familiar sound of gunfire. A double shooting took place at approximately 6:00 p.m. near the Oakland/Emeryville Target. Two people were hit by gunfire in the...

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Oakland Police evacuated several buildings centered around the intersection of San Pablo Avenue and Stanford on Saturday after a suspicious package was discovered at about 3 p.m. A postal carrier discovered a device at the...

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Emeryville Police Officers, on an early a.m. routine security patrol of the frequently burglarized Denny’s parking lot, ended up nabbing an ex-convict in violation of his parole on Friday. Reuben Phill was spotted walking away...

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Emeryville City Council met for a Special Meeting on November 21st with significant developments including issuing the city’s first use permits for cannabis dispensaries. The meeting also saw the appointment of Councilmember John Bauters to...

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The October 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 291 total crimes reported for the month (up from 237 in September or +23%). There were two rapes reported for the month, both in the District 5 area that encompasses Bay Street...

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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 meetings conducted during the month of October include the adoption...

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Emeryville Park Avenue District neighbors were awoken early Sunday morning to the familiar sound of a series of rapid “claps” followed by screeching cars. Apparently as many as 100 cars and an estimated 500 spectators...

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Our August 2017 Crime report noted a peculiar trend, the snatching robbery of laptops at Starbucks and other cafes in our city. KRON4 reporter Stanley Roberts apparently took note of this trend and spotlighted it in...

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Emeryville Public Market developer City Center Realty Partners has provided us an update on the ongoing construction for their 14.5 acre redevelopment project. Updates include construction progress, the sale of their office tower, and a...

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A few Local Businesses have made headlines in recent weeks that we’ve aggregated into this month’s E’ville Biz column. If there’s news in biotech, SF Business Times reporter Ron Leuty is on it. Leuty has...

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The October 25th Planning Commission meeting involved discussions on several ongoing projects in our city. The biggest agenda item was the final development plan study session for the architecture and park space of the massive...

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The September 2017 Emeryville Crime report saw 237 total crimes reported for the month (up from 217 in August or +9%). Aggravated assault reports saw an unusual spike in activity with 15 reported incidents for a violent crime category...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. Council returned from its August recess with a packed agenda including the final meeting and subsequent...

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Emeryville Child abduction ends peacefully

October 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Emeryville PD released a Nixle alert today at 11:18 a.m. alerting subscribers to the child abduction of two month old Keith Ruffin Jr.. The Nixle alert provided the above picture and described Ruffin Jr. as...

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Emeryville Police responded to an incident at AMC Bay Street last night involving a large group of juveniles fighting in front of Sephora at about 9:30 p.m. Chatter overheard via police scanner and subsequent tweets...

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An alert Emeryville resident disrupted a rash of auto burglaries last night. The resident phoned the Emeryville Police Department to report two males seen inside the parking garage of the Avenue 64 parking garage peering...

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The smoke-filled air from the Santa Rosa wildfires are a reminder of how vulnerable we are to disasters — and how important it is for agencies and residents to be prepared. While recent natural disasters like...

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Representatives from the Cities of Emeryville and Oakland joined EAH Housing, colleagues from Alameda County and guests for the groundbreaking of a new affordable Apartment community today. The $64M project was designed by international award-winning...

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The City of Emeryville provides a monthly progress report outlining significant developments and milestones that occurred throughout the period. City Council and most committees did not meet in August due to summer recess but there...

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The September 27th Planning Commission saw two developments on the agenda. One being an update to the “Doyle Street Mews” project that was previously reviewed in the July recap, and a new development located at...

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